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Travel pics: Kashmir, truly a slice of heaven!
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Travel pics: Kashmir, truly a slice of heaven!

Readers share their travel pics. You can share yours too! #India-Photos Also READ: 7 secrets of Kashmir no one will tell you about The early morning view at Kargil Valley in Kashmir by Ankur Srivastava.    The sunset at Dal Lake captured by Rakshith.   "An old lady finishing her work and returning. Salute to her resilence," wrote Rakshith who shared this pic of Dal Lake.   Next we have Subhas Gurav's pic of Gulmarg.   Subir Dutta took this ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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The Taj is Everybody's

'It is obvious that the lakhs who come to see it do not see it through the prism of religion,' says Jyoti Punwani. I first saw the Taj Mahal when I was in school. The sight of it literally took my breath away. After that, every time I've seen it, the effect has been the same. I haven't seen the other wonders of the world, but I know, as does everyone who sees it, that the Taj Mahal is indeed a wonder -- how can anything so solid be so ethereal, as if suspended in air?   As I took in every ...
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10 pics that will make you rethink your foreign vacation

Readers share their travel pics. You can share yours too! #India-Photos We start with Rajiv Chonkker's pic of the Kunzum Pass.   This pic was taken by Prasanna Bhat on his way to Rothang.   And here's a pic from Sonmarg shared by Prasanna Bhat.    The confluence of rivers Indus and Zanskar near Leh in Ladakh shot by Arun Khanna.   Would you dare to drive on this road between Ramban and Banihal in Jammu and Kashmir? This pic was shared ...
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People next door: TCA Raghavan's book breaks down Indo-Pak ties for both the layman & the expert

In the introduction to The People Next Door: The Curious History of India’s Relations with Pakistan , TCA Raghavan clarifies that he has attempted to write, “an animated and anecdotal” history of India-Pakistan relations. Following the ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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'When we fight a war we forget the danger'

The Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh passed into the ages on Saturday, September 16, 2017, 52 years after he led the IAF to great success in the 1965 War. In an interview to Rediff.com's Sheela Bhatt on the 40th anniversary of that war, the IAF's greatest warrior recalled how the air force triumphed against all odds.   IMAGE: US President Barack Obama greets Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh at Rashtrapati Bhavan, January 26, 2015. Photograph: Pete Souza/The White ...
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Cut & Thrust: DIGITAL JIHAD

Audrey Kurth Cronin has argued that “blogs are today’s revolutionary pamphlets, websites are the new dailies, and list services are today’s broadsides” The slithery cold pipes of the internet have done incalculable damage to the psyche of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Why note ban failure won't affect Modi

'You can accuse him of many things, but one thing you cannot accuse him of is being bad at politics,' says Aakar Patel. Last week, I spoke to a group of students, about 1,000 in a large hall, in a Bangalore college. Many of them were economics students. I was on stage with two members of Parliament and I asked the audience this question: 'How many of you think that India's GDP has grown faster in the last three years than in the average of the UPA's decade?' I asked that those who thought it ...
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Is Hamid Ansari right?

'Is Ansari flagging a genuine concern? Is a rectification called for?''And finally: Do minorities matter?' asks Shekhar Gupta. Let's set this argument up by borrowing our courtroom judges' method by stating the bare facts first. We will argue and conclude later whether it is a good or a bad thing. With the departure of Mohammad Hamid Ansari, Indian political history has opened a new chapter.   I have checked, even deep trawled the history of many short-term governments, but failed to find ...
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Erotic Forever

TO READ CENTURIES of voices writing on the erotic is to become keenly aware of a deep argument that exists in the geography of the subcontinent, an argument between literary romantics—who embrace the erotic for the gloss it adds to life—and religious ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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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.com2 months ago
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