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Panipats fourth battle: PM launches Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao ca...

sday, 22 January 2015|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002438265|channel:India " Union ministers J.P. Nadda, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Birender Singh, Smriti Irani, Krishan Pal Gurjar, Rao Inderjit Singh and Jayant Sinha, besides Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki ... Nerve, 2 months ago

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In Delhi, it's a battle of the poor versus the middle class

In Delhi, the poor are pitted against the middle class, with the former led by Arvind Kejriwal and the latter by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, says Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com Image: AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal addresses his supporters during his election campaign in Jhilmil Colony in New Delhi. Photograph: Kamal Kishore/PTI Photo After watching the high-voltage election campaign at the street level, a middle-aged driver of a VIP car, living in Delhi’s Najafgarh, claims, “This is not ...
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Rural 'beti' as businesswoman? A tough battle

If doing business in India is a problem for even the richest, it is unlikely to be a breeze for the average rural Indian woman, points out Kanika Datta. Image: Indian women in general and rural Indian women in particular can only progress as far as the social system permits them. Photograph: Ahmad Masood/Reuters     United States President Barack Obama's statement about enabling a young woman in rural India to start a business with a partner in America that will change both their ...
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Tuesday, April 21

Today is , the 111th day of 2015. There are 254 days left in the year. Highlights in history on this date: 1526 - Babur, an Uzbek prince, defeats Sultan Ibrahim Lodi at the Battle of Panipat north of Delhi, leading to Mughal rule over India. 1572 ...
 New Zealand Herald4 days ago
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Satish Agnihotri: Internet war on unborn girl child

The low and declining sex ratio in the country is no longer a subject matter of debate or doubt. The child (0-6 years) sex ratio has declined from 962 in 1981 to 945 in 1991, 927 in 2001 and to 918 in 2011. If we had the same sex ratio in 2011 as in ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago Can Internet be allowed to spell death for the unborn girl child?  News India Times2 weeks ago Role of Internet in Declining Sex Ratio  Navhind Times2 weeks ago

This Day in History (14-1-1394)

Today is Friday; 14 th of the Iranian month of Farvardin 1394 solar hijri; corresponding to 13 th of the Islamic month of Jamadi as-Sani 1436 lunar hijri; and April 3, 2015, of the Christian Gregorian Calendar. 1367 lunar years ago, on this day ...
 IRIB World Service2 weeks ago This Day in History (March 17)  Kayhan International1 month ago This Day in History (6-12-1393)  IRIB World Service1 month ago This Day in History (30-11-1393)  IRIB World Service1 month ago

Bollywood Box-Office Report Of The Week

This week will see the release of the Shadab Mirza directed BARKHAA and Karan Raj Kanwar's YAHAAN SABKI LAGI HAI. Both the mentioned films don't carry much hype and trade predicts that the audience will prefer to watch the older releases. Last week saw a ...
 Glamsham3 weeks ago
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13 fascinating images from pre-partition

Pakistanis across the country celebrated Pakistan Day on March 23 with much renewed vigour and after a 7-year hiatus, the nation witnessed a parade to commemorate the event. Things were, however, much different before we achieved ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
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When Hindus ate beef, India was NEVER conquered

'There is a remarkable link between the eating of beef (or at the very least, tolerating the eating of beef) and India being a superpower.' 'In India, whenever an empire was strong, religion took a back seat.' 'Alternatively, whenever religion asserted itself, the main empire of India crumbled...' 'By seeking to ban beef in every state that it rules, the BJP may well be taking India on the route to becoming a weakling,' warns Amberish K Diwanji. The Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Talk about a tomb

Nawab Safdarjang's tomb used to be a place of halt for the Tazia procession from the Walled City before it ended at the Karbala in present-day Jorbagh Many have admired Safdarjang Tomb as the last flickering lamp of Mughal architecture but it was ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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