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No one can say that Narendra Modi is against minorities: Najma Heptullah
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No one can say that Narendra Modi is against minorities: Najma...

Excerpts from an interview with Najma Heptullah , Governor of Manipur by Jagdeesh Chandra , CEO, DNA and Regional News Channels in 'A dialogue with JC' How did you come into politics? I had no intentions of joining politics. The turning point in my life came ... DNA, 1 day ago

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UN concerned over widespread torture by police in Pakistan

[Switzerland], May 14 (ANI): The United Nations Committee against Torture has expressed its serious concerns over the consistent reports about the widespread torture by police in Pakistan. The UN Committee in its report said that police in Pakistan are ...
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'Impossible' for 17 SC judges to take care of entire country: Pak judge

Pakistan Supreme Court Justice Amir Hani Muslim has said that it is impossible for 17 apex court judges to take care of the entire country. The Dawn quoted Justice Muslim as saying that most problems can be settled at the lower level if all institutions ...
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Lt. Umar Fayaz's death may be a turning point in Kashmir

'In times to come this will be considered a watershed event, but only if the establishment can see the flag which is up and the straws in the wind which are flying,' says Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd). The deep anguish with which India received the news of the killing of young Lieutenant Umar Fayaz, of the 2 Rajputana Rifles at the hands of South Kashmir's terror groups is reflective of the love Indians have for those in Kashmir who continue to associate themselves with their ...
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Modi's space diplomacy puts India into new orbit

India embarks on space diplomacy like never before. For the first time, New Delhi is flexing its prowess of space technology by embarking on an unprecedented and un- chartered stratospheric diplomacy through a special Rs 450 crore gift for south Asians. India ...
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Free Speech, Nationalism and Sedition – M.N. Roy Memorial Lecture, delivered by Hon’ble Justice AP Shah

Former chief justice of Delhi High Court A P Shah on 19 April questioned the "nationalism" that forced people to stand for the national anthem at a movie theatre and talked extensively about free speech, nationalism and sedition delivering the hour-long M N ...
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Will Turkey’s referendum mark the end of democracy and the birth of ‘Erdoğanistan’?

Turkey is approaching a critical juncture in its long-term political development. Irrespective of the outcome, the country’s April 16 referendum , which proposes changing the constitution to concentrate power in the hands of the president, heralds a new ...
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Sheikh Hasina's visit: will Bangladesh-India relations hit a new high?

When Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed lands in Delhi on 7 April, she will not only get the traditional red carpet welcome, but also an unusual upgradation of protocol. Hasina will be staying at Rashtrapati Bhavan, as the special guest of ...
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Has startup culture left Indian Muslims untouched?

The Indian economy is thriving despite umpteen challenges. It is among the fastest growing economies in the world and has already become the sixth largest economy. The picture may not be very rosy in rural areas. But in urban metros, there is a startup ...
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Ram Mandir issue: SC advises to settle dispute outside court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday said fresh attempts must be made by all parties concerned to find a solution to the Ayodhya temple dispute which is a “sensitive” and “sentimental matter”. A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar said that such religious issues can be solved through negotiations and offered to mediate to arrive at an amicable settlement. “These are issues of religion and sentiments. These are issues where all the parties can sit together and ...
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