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PM Modi falls back on rhetoric and tears to strike a chord in poll-bound Gujarat

PM Modi falls back on rhetoric and tears to strike a chord in ...

On the first day of his three-day campaign in poll-bound Gujarat, a teary-eyed Prime Minister Narendra Modi reminded the crowds once again of the days when he sold tea. Launching a blistering attacks on Congress for mocking his origins, Modi said, “Yes, ... catchnews.com, 1 week ago
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Justice AS Anand's death ends a landmark judicial career that also saw shocking graft allegations

In 1987, 22-year old Suman Behera's body was found on the railway track near Jaraikela railway station in Odisha's Sundergarh district. He had been picked up by local police just a day ago in connection with a case of theft. With multiple injuries on his ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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China gets closer and closer to Maldives

This week, China and the Maldives signed a Free Trade Agreement that took India by surprise.'Agreements signed between the Maldives and China have seriously worried India,' reports Aditi Phadnis. IMAGE: A scene from Male, the Maldivian capital. The man in the posters is Abdulla Yameen, the Maldives' president. Photograph: Reuters Mohamed Nasheed, ousted president of the Maldives, living in exile, and the man who tried to propel Maldives towards a multiparty democracy, was in India recently.
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How the BJP discriminates against Hindus

'One one hand, the BJP puts Uniform Civil Code as a goal in its manifesto, and on the other, it pushes massive discrimination against Hindus.''This is not sabka saath, sabka vikas. Rather it is "Haj ka saath, church ka vikas",' argues Sankrant Sanu.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Former prime minister Manmohan Singh had famously said that 'minorities have the first claim on (the country's) resources'. While this was hailed as a 'secular' statement, it doesn't fit into any definition of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Law-making should be left to legislature: Prasad

Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday once again raked up the government-judiciary tussle, but Chief Justice Dipak Mishra said there should not be any battle for supremacy. Addressing the valedictory session of Constitution Day celebrations, Prasad ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

65 pc voter turn out in phase I of historic Nepal elections

Around 65 per cent votes were cast today as polls opened in Nepal for a historic round of provincial and parliamentary elections that many hope will bring the much-needed political stability to the Himalayan nation.Of the total 15.4 million voters, 3.19 ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Polls open in Nepal's historic election  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Aadhaar is based on unscientific thinking, fallible biometric data

Biometric authentication is based on the unscientific and questionable assumption that there are parts of human body that do not age, wither and decay with the passage of time, says Gopal Krishna. The sixth in a seven-part series. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Having read the opinion of Justice R F Nariman and Justice Y V Chandrachud, Justice J Chelameswar wrote his 44-page-long order as part of the verdict of the nine-judge Constitution Bench on Right to Privacy. He wrote, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

US lawmakers express concern over China's Belt and Road initiative

US lawmakers today expressed concern over the ambitious One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative of China and sought recommendations for improving development finance efforts. While infrastructure investment is desperately needed across the region, theres more to ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Indira's greatest triumph was not Bangladesh

'According to me, her finest hour was in 1983-1984 when she neutralised a combined US-Pakistan-British conspiracy to Balkanise India by creating an independent Sikh State of Khalistan,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).A special assessment of Indira Gandhi on her centenary. November 19, 2017 is the hundredth birth anniversary of a remarkable Indian who left her mark on the history of India. Keeping in view my field -- military history -- this two-party essay will attempt to make an assessment ...
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State of economy: Glass half-empty or half-full?

While naysayers say the economy is on a downward spiral, optimists point out that India has experienced a shift of gears in the realm of policies, thanks to several initiatives of the Narendra Modi government, says Ashok K Lahiri. Depending on what you read and who you listen to, you may conclude that the Indian economy is in a crisis, or is turning around. Of course, Marxists, for well over a century, have seen a “crisis” coming in every capitalist system. But, ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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