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Roti, Beti and Modi's Sickularism

Roti, Beti and Modi's Sickularism

'The test of true secularism in India is when a girl in your family decides to marry someone from another religion. If you accept her decision happily, then you are truly secular. If you don't, it means your secularism is fake,' argues Syed Firdaus Ashraf.   When Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a dig at secular Indians after a recitation of Sanskrit shlokas in Ireland last week, I questioned my own belief about what secularism meant. This question first came to my mind as a teenager ..., 1 week ago
Reuters India

Tribunal rejects call for India to free marines

HAMBURG An international maritime tribunal on Monday rejected Italy's request that India provisionally release two marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen, a setback for the Italian government after a three-year legal battle. However the ...
 Reuters India1 month ago

'When the tri-colour is painted on my body, I feel I can even die for my country'

In our Special Independence Day series, looks at India through the lives of her people. Today: Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary, a one-of-a-kind cricket fan, who worships Sachin Tendulkar and follows the Indian team wherever it goes. All set for the India-Sri Lanka series this month, he is ready with three liters of saffron, white, green and blue! IMAGE: Sudhir Kumar Chaudhary at the 2015 cricket World Cup match between India and Ireland. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images "I have already ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Irish Central

Famed 18th century Irish painter struck a deal with the Cherokee Indians (IrishCentral)

Thomas Frye (1710-1762) - An exceptional Offaly man. Photo by: Public Domain/WikiCommons The name Thomas Frye is virtually unknown, yet this talented man was one of the foremost eighteenth century portrait painters . He was commissioned to ...
 Irish Central1 month ago
Irish Central

Irish Indian fighter writes of scalping, big braves and butchery to his Dublin mother (IrishCentral)

Refugees from fighting with Native Americans in 1862. Photo by: Library of Congress I recently came across the remarkable letters of Sergeant Thomas Mangan, which are here transcribed for the first time. The 22-year-old Dubliner was a recent ...
 Irish Central1 month ago

Side by side at the rock of death

India-Pakistan border clashes leave civilians dead Aljazeera (Today) - At least six civilians killed on the Indian side, while two others died in the Pakistani side as shelling continues.... 8 Dead as India, Pakistan Trade Fire and Blame in ...
 NigerianHerald.com1 month ago

Study links height to risk of premature death among dialysis patients

Ruler metric white numbered, measured, centimeters and millimeters, height A new study links being tall with an increased risk of premature death among dialysis patients. The study, conducted by Mohamed Elsayed, MD, John Ferguson, PhD, and ...
 NephrologyNews.com18 hours ago
Times of India

Nobel Prize for medicine awarded to three scientists for discoveries that helped doctors fight malaria and infections caused by parasites

STOCKHOLM: Neglected diseases that affect the world's poorest people and hence have failed to attract the attention of global pharmaceutical giants, have received a major push with the 2015 Nobel Prize for medicine being awarded to scientists for ...
 Times of India19 hours ago
International Business Times India

Watch 2015 Rugby World Cup Live: Argentina vs Tonga live streaming, TV information

Argentina must be ready for a physical battle against Tonga Reuters New Zealand are certain to top Group C in the ongoing 2015 Rugby World Cup in England, but the race for the second position could be a tricky affair with Argentina said to be ...
 International Business Times India2 days ago
New America Media

Beef Ban Extremism: Someone's Dinner is Now Part of a Criminal Probe

New America Media , Commentary, , Posted: Oct 01, 2015 The rumour of beef and pig tallow greasing cartridges is supposed to have spawned what the British called the Indian mutiny. That was 1857. Now in 2015 rumours of eating beef can get you ...
 New America Media3 days ago
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