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10 amazing pics from India with love
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10 amazing pics from India with love

Readers share their travel pics. You can share yours too! #India-Photos First up we have Arunashish Gangopadhyay's pic of Deoria Tal in Uttarakhand. Who wouldn't want to take a dip in this lake that overlooks the mountains?    Brick walls reminiscent of a glorious era gone by :)The beautiful play of light and shadows intrigued Gargi Biswas on clicking this pic at Rasmancha, Bishnupur, West Bengal.    A road through coconut trees near Senjerimalai, ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago

Many organisations banned in Pakistan thrive online

It's dusk. The shadows of three men brandishing assault rifles welcome the reader to the Facebook page of Lashkar-e-Islam, one of 65 organisations that are banned in Pakistan, either because of terrorist links or as purveyors of sectarian hate. Still more ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Army Chief's new tactics in 'dirty war' raises hackles

Comments made by Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat on the Kashmir violence are being debated across the country. General Rawat said that the Indian army is facing a “dirty war” which has to be fought through “innovative ways”. In an interview with the PTI, ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Behold, I Shine: Stories of women and children in conflict-torn Kashmir

Freny Manecksha's Behold, I shine narrates the stages of suffering, day-to-day trauma, resilience displayed by women in strife-ridden Kashmir. It showcases the contribution of women to the Kashmiri resistance, defying state oppression to remain on the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Kashmir has a long history of armed rebellions, argues new book

On 8 July – just about a month from now – it will be an year since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani, an event which plunged the Valley into one of its worst phases of unrest since the 1990s. Wani's killing and more ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Portraits of Partition in Four Fictional Characters

Time enables forgetting. This amnesia can make rogues of citizens and clunks out of children. If we turn ignorant about how our countries have suffered and survived, if we forget what our grandparents and great-grandparents have witnessed and endured, we do ...
 Open Magazine5 days ago
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Arundhati Roy's new novel lays India bare, unveiling worlds within our world

Wearing two hats at once can be an uncomfortable fit, but it does not seem to bother the author Arundhati Roy , who for most of her life has railed against state excesses and corporate exploitation while also wielding the pen . Maybe she does not think of ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Arundhati Roy: The Utmost Unhappiness of Being Indian  Open Magazine2 months ago
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'Trump will be tougher on Pakistan'

'If there's one administration that would be likely to put the squeeze on Pakistan, it's the Trump administration.''This is an administration that views terrorists as a black and white issue (kill them all, no questions asked), and will have little patience for Pakistan's selective policy toward terrorism.' On Wednesday, July 19, the United States State Department released its Country Report on Terrorism 2016, which listed Pakistan among the nations and regions providing 'safe havens' to ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Rahul Gandhi's mysterious visit to Chinese Embassy - The background

Is the Doklam faceoff, India’s Cuban crisis moment? Are some politicians and agents facilitating China’s aggressive geopolitical moves in Kashmir and Chumbi Valley? Was Rahul Gandhi’s mysterious visit to the Chinese embassy to leverage an external power ...
 Sify1 month ago
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'Indira Gandhi was the James Bond of power politics'

'She was the only prime minister who won a decisive military victory.' 'She won a real war; she didn't play video games on prime time TV over surgical strikes!' 'She understood power better than any other politician, saw it as her birthright and used it with inborn expertise.' 'Every politician today who tries to be a "supremo" through populism and absolute control over his or her party is referring to the Indira Gandhi playbook!' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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