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Indian government should stop war mongering, constant blusteri...

The foreign office of Pakistan has said that while it wants peace with India, “any foolhardy act would only get a befitting response”. Zee News, 1 month ago

Taliban appeals to Americans to rethink war

Taliban insurgents issued an astounding 17,000-word appeal to the "American people", asking them to pressure the U.S. officials to end the 17-year-old conflict in Afghanistan.The letter emailed to the media in English and four other languages contained ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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'Pro-Dalit' BJP accuses Oppn of abetting violence on Dalit issues

The BJP's charge was that the matter was being politicised as Prime Minister Narendra Modi came from a poor family.   The Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday claimed that it was the only "pro-Dalit" party and accused opposition parties, including the Congress and the Bahujan Samaj Party, of abetting violence over issues concerning the community as part of a conspiracy to vitiate the atmosphere. The BJP fielded Union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad and Thawarchand Gehlot to launch a counter ...
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'Action must be taken against Pakistan'

'A stronger response on the border, some action needs to be taken against Pakistan from where the terrorists come, and finally what needs to be done is to calm Kashmir down,' Lieutenant General D S Hooda (retd) -- the Northern Army Commander under whose watch the Indian Army conducted the 2016 surgical strikes -- tells Rediff.com in an exclusive interview. IMAGE: The Indian Army's Sunjuwan military base in Jammu which was attacked by terrorists on February 10. Since 2008, according to the South ...
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'We have to rescue India from election-ocracy'

'If there is lesser number of elections, populism will naturally be restricted.''Decisions will be taken speedily because there won't be the spectre of adverse electoral impact of the decisions because elections will be held once in five years or maximum two times in five years.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi at the Rally for Change at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong, December 16, 2017.Critics accuse Modi of being in perpetual election mode. Photograph: PTI Photo Dr Vinay ...
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