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There is no better neighbour for an Indian Muslim than a Hindu...

The BJP spokesperson suggests actor Aamir Khan to visit his ancestoral village to see harmony. As the debate over rising intolerance in the country rages on, the BJP on Thursday accused the Congress of running a negative campaign to defame the ... The Hindu, 7 hours ago
Khaleej Times

No indication of intolerance on ground in India: Arun Jaitley

"On the ground I see an environment of public harmony in India. That's why I initially referred to this debate as a manufactured one," Jaitley, who arrived here on Sunday on a two-day visit to the UAE, said. "It becomes an issue for discussion when ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago No indication of intolerance in India: Jaitley  Sify1 week ago No on-ground intolerance in India, says FM Jaitley  Economic Times1 week ago No indication of intolerance on the ground in India: Arun Jaitley  ZeeNews.com1 week ago
Public Radio International

Can Pakistan and India ever live in harmony?

Within hours of winning the May 2013 elections, Nawaz Sharif made a point of meeting with Indian journalists who had been covering the campaign. He told them that, as he looked ahead to his third term in power, improving relations with Delhi was one of his top priorities.A year later, when Narendra Modi stormed to victory in India, he seemed to have similar ideas and immediately invited Nawaz Sharif to Delhi. It was the first time a Pakistani leader had attended an Indian prime minister's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago How India built the International Space Station, and other lessons from an Indian propaganda video  GlobalPost1 week ago InterContinental Hotels Group introduces Crowne Plaza® in Jaipur - the Pink City of India  PressReleasePoint1 day ago
DNA India

PK Wouldn't Have Been a Success if India was 'Intolerant': Shatrughan Sinha

Amid the controversy over Bollywood actor Aamir Khan's remarks, actor-politician and BJP lawmaker Shatrughan Sinha today said he disapproved of India 'being labelled intolerant' by him and others. (Also Read: People Have Right to Speak up: Jackie ...
 NDTV4 hours ago If India was intolerant, 'PK' would not have been a hit:  Deccan Chronicle6 hours ago Tolerance debate: Mamata Banerjee supports Aamir Khan, says India belongs to everyone  DNA India8 hours ago No one has the right to ask Aamir to leave India: Mamata Banerjee  Deccan Chronicle8 hours ago

Intolerance debate: BJP suggests Aamir Khan to visit his village to witness harmony

Hussain said, "Whenever his new film is scheduled to be released, he is very much in discussion." BJP on Thursday advised Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who is embroiled in controversy over his remarks on intolerance, to visit his ancestral ...
 DNA India9 hours ago Aamir should visit his native village to witness love, communal harmony: BJP  ZeeNews.com10 hours ago BJP suggests Aamir to visit his village to witness harmony  Press Trust of India11 hours ago BJP to Aamir: visit your village to witness harmony  IndiaPost8 hours ago
Odisha Samaya

Assam CM Heaps Praise upon Indian Constitution

GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today stated the Constitution of India is among the best and the country has the greatest regard for Dr B R Ambedkar who played a major function in framing it. The Indian Constitution is the one of the ...
 Odisha Samaya7 hours ago Indian Constitution is the best: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi  Economic Times8 hours ago Indian Constitution is the Best: Gogoi  New Indian Express9 hours ago GOGOI - Indian Constitution is the best: Gogoi  Namibia Press Agency9 hours ago
International Business Times India

Rajnath's apparent jibe at Aamir: Despite …

By | The Indian Express The first day of the winter session, despite the call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make Parliament a place for debate, was not without acrimony. Opposition members took strong exception to Home Minister Rajnath ...
 Yahoo! India8 hours ago Debate and dialogue are soul of Parliament, says Modi  Yahoo! India14 hours ago Parliament winter session today, Govt says will discuss into …  Yahoo! India18 hours ago Parliament winter session: PM Modi to address 'intolerance debate', GST Bill will be up for discussion  International Business Times India16 hours ago

SAD's Sadbhawna Rallies: Congress trying to take state back to …

By | The Indian Express The ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had billed its Sadbhawna rallies as demonstrations of communal peace and harmony in the state after weeks of unrest over the desecration incidents. But at Monday's rally, the first in a ...
 Yahoo! India3 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Let legislative harmony prevail in the winter session of Parliament

As Parliament heads into a new session, there are uneasy hints that make us say: Oh, no! Not again, please! There is so much political noise in the air that one wishes that the curse of disruption long afflicting India's Parliament does not visit ...
 Hindustan Times8 hours ago Let legislative harmony prevail  HT Syndication20 hours ago

'Secularism' most misused word in India: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh Opposition on Thursday raked up the 'intolerance' issue inLokSabhaduring an animated debate on the Constitution which saw the government claiming that the word 'secularism' was "rampantly misused" and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi ...
 DNA India5 hours ago Oppn rakes up intolerance in LS, HM says 'secularism' misused  Press Trust of India6 hours ago
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