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India has one of the world's biggest armies; why doesn't it use it?
MUMBAI, India — Following a raid that killed 18 Indian soldiers at an army base in Kashmir, some commentators bayed for a thundering retaliatory strike against neighbor and rival Pakistan. A jaw for a tooth, said one member of the governing ...
 Stars and Stripes3 days ago
Bad air kills 6.2 lakh Indians every year: WHO
More than 6,20,000 Indians are killed by air pollution every year, making India the world's second worst country to live in after China, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has noted. China tops the list with an annual death count of 10,32,833 followed by ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
Indian Express
Gwalior is the most polluted Indian city, not Delhi: WHO report
Comparing between Indian cities on levels of particulate matter PM10 and the more harmful PM2.5, Delhi features in the top lists in India. In terms of pollution levels, Delhi ranks fourth in PM10 list and and fifth in the PM2.5 list. A recent report ...
 Indian Express3 days ago
AFP
India evacuates border villages after strikes on Pakistan
AFP / Narinder Nanu Indian villagers follow instructions to evacuate a 10km area near the India-Pakistan border in Kashmir on September 29, 2016 India evacuated thousands of people living near the border with Pakistan on Friday, a day after ...
 AFP8 hours ago
JeM chief Azhar: India only attacks Pakistani camps, its jihadis in Bollywood films
Pakistan based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad, back in the spotlight post Pathankot attack this time for its alleged role in the deadly strike on an army headquarters in Uri, has released an audio of its chief Maulana Masood Azhar on its online ...
 DNA India1 week ago
India and Pakistan: Towards catastrophe?
9:50PM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2016 9:50PM Representational Pic Despite all the hopes raised by the India-Pakistan peace process of 2004-2008, the two countries seem to be on a collision course, which can only end up in nuclear catastrophe. The ...
 Greater Kashmir1 week ago
Livemint.com
India's war of words
The matter of breaking Pakistan's jaw for causing India's persistent toothache has been around for a while And so, to India's arsenal of responses to the attack in Jammu & Kashmir on 18 September that killed 18 soldiers. It's a relief that India's ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
HDFC is India's most valuable brand: Brandz India top 50 (2016)
MUMBAI: The third annualBrandZTop 50 Most Valuable Indian Brands ranking released byWPPandKantar Millward Brownhas lot of good and something bad for the marketing industry. On the positive side,the total value of India's most valuable brandshas ...
 Indian Television1 week ago
India's great drying out
By: Amitabh Kant Bengaluru, a city that contributes nearly a third of India's software exports of $108 billion came to a standstill on account of the Cauvery river water dispute. Riots over water are increasingly shattering peace, tranquillity and ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
News18.com
Uri Attack: Pakistan Isolated Globally; US, UK, France, Russia Back India
New Delhi: India has launched a strong diplomatic offensive against Pakistan trying to isolate it internationally over the terror attack at the Army base camp in Uri. Because of this, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's missives to the US, UK, ...
 News18.com1 week ago
India warns Pakistan of action
As clamour for strong action against Pakistan over the Uri attack grew, the Army Monday said it reserves the right to respond at a time and place of its choosing even as various options were discussed in a flurry of high-level meetings. Prime ...
 Nagaland Post1 week ago
News18.com
India Weighs Its Options Against Pakistan As World Condemns Uri Attack
New Delhi : India on Monday weighed its options against Pakistan in the wake of the Uri terror attack, with the army vowing to pick its own "time and place" to retaliate and the political leadership authorising a global diplomatic blitz aimed at ...
 News18.com1 week ago
Rediff.com
'India's dominance in IT will continue'
'India is the number one IT destination in the world as we have the largest number of IT professionals in the world.' IMAGE: A scene from an Indian start-up company. Photograph: Reuters   Infosys Co-founder, Senapathy Gopalakrishnan, who was the company's CEO and MD from 2007 to 2011 and Infy's vice-chairman from 2011 to 2014, is now co-founder at Axilor Ventures, an accelerator that helps early-stage start-ups succeed. 'Kris' Gopalakrishnan spoke with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Trak.in
More Indian School Kids Know Coding Compared With US; Indian Teen Awarded By Google For Creating Path breaking App
Things are wrong in India, no doubt. Public welfare system is broken, Govt. machinery often fails to deliver results, and fights break out on trivial issues. But still, there is something which drives, motivates us to achieve the impossible, and to shock the ...
 Trak.in2 months ago

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