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Delhi Dialogue 9 begins today, Sushma Swaraj to host ministeri...

The Delhi Dialogue 9, themed this year on "ASEAN-India RelationsPolitical leaders, policy makers, senior officials, diplomats, business leaders, think tanks and academicians from both sides are participating in the discussions.The Delhi Dialogue, being held ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Refugee or migrant? Sometimes the line is blurred

A dozen years before the influx of refugees and migrants to Europe’s shores would force policymakers to take heed, Michael Winterbottom’s 2002 docudrama In this World brought the inside story of international migration to the big screen. In ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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India@70: How RSS-linked think-tanks are helping it capture Indian mind-space

When the administration of Jawaharlal Nehru University celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas first time ever on the campus on 23 July, a particularly aggressive former General of the Indian Army described it as the “capture” of JNU by the Army. That one ...
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Is Karnataka India's most corrupt state?

'When a newspaper says that Karnataka leads in corruption, one must also know it means Karnataka leads in patronising corruption.''You can't be corrupt without me succumbing to your corruption.'Nikita Puri investigates.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In May, when the Niranjans (name changed) went to the registrar of marriages office in Varthur (also home to one of Bengaluru's infamous foaming lakes), they were surprised with how smooth things were, till they were asked to step out of the ...
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Will China set the new world order?

China is where the action is, and from where new ideas ('String of Pearls', 'One Belt, One Road') emanate.The Belt-and-Road initiative alone is unmatched in its sweeping dimensions, says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It didn't require a Nostradamus to predict the happenings at Hamburg, Germany, during the meeting of the G-20, held on July 7-8. It was expected that hordes of protesters from far and near would descend in their thousands, ...
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In India, a legislative reform is needed to push corporate social responsibility

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) movement began as a response to advocacy for corporations to play a role in ameliorating social problems due to their economic power and overarching presence in daily life. Now, the movement is transitioning from its ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

India, Portugal sign 11 MoUs across various fields

[Portugal], June 25 (ANI): India and Portugal have signed eleven MOUs for cooperation in areas including double taxation avoidance, science and technology, trade and investment, nanotechnology, space research, administrative reforms and culture. "11 MoU's ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Indian-Americans gear up to welcome PM Modi

Indian-Americans are eagerly looking forward to welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a big way during his visit to the United States capital to meet President Donald Trump. The Indian community in Washington might not be as big the community as in New York/New Jersey area or the Silicon Valley, where the prime minister addressed two massive rallies in recent years, but the enthusiasm among the diaspora is at the same level. The community is planning to welcome Modi at every possible ...
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'Modi and Shah are more chatur than Gandhi'

'This is the first time a majority ruling government is nominating a Dalit for President.''So, the moral credibility definitely will go with the BJP, particularly Narendra Modi.' IMAGE: Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd believes that the Modi-Shah decision to nominate Ram Nath Kovind as the BJP's presidential candidate is a shrewd political move. Photograph: Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd, professor and director at the Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy at ...
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'People seem to be mesmerised by Modi'

'The BJP has latched on to the idea of nationalism, but the nationalism they advocate is not nationalism as we have understood it since the time of the freedom movement.' 'This is not secular nationalism, it is Hindu nationalism.' 'It is a form of nationalism that is exclusionary and it tends to conflate national interest with the government.' 'So, if you disagree with the government, for example, on surgical strikes or demonetisation, you are anti-national or holder of black money.' Zoya ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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