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Probe Nehru's Bose letter to Atlee: Pro-RSS journal
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Probe Nehru's Bose letter to Clement Atlee: Pro-RSS journal

In the cover article in its latest edition, 'Panchjanya' has questioned Congress leader Anand Sharma's statement that the letter was "forged". NEW DELHI: Backing existence of former Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru's purported letter to his British ... Economic Times, 2 months ago

Police Name Man Whose Remains Were Found at Clement Attlee Way (PO6)

Police are now in a position to name the person whose remains were founds in Clement Atlee Way, Cosham, on March 9. He was Martin Clifford Hughes (55) from Cosham. A post mortem examination was carried out and the cause of death was unascertained.
 AboutMyArea1 month ago
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The Heir to Blair

(Before It's News)An Exclusive You Have To See: Facebook's Diabolical New Initiative Is Causing Mass Exodus—1000s Shut Down As They Discover… Some final thoughts on the Omishamles II budget. And the larger continuity New Labour approach of ...
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From Osborne to Churchill: photos of chancellors on Budget day

The role of Chancellor of the Exchequer has an incredibly rich history. The inaugural holder of the position was apparently a chap named Hervey de Stanton, who took up the role on 22 June 1316, an astonishing 700 years ago. Since then, more than ...
 LondonlovesBusiness.com1 month ago
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50 Years On: Who was the real Veer Savarkar?

'One hopes the younger generation sees Savarkar him for what he was and does not view him through a distorted prism.''This is the least one could do for someone who devoted his whole life to the Indian freedom struggle, elimination of caste, succour to Dalits, and instilling a strategic culture in India,' says Lieutenant General Ashok Joshi (retd) and Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). On February 26, 1966, exactly 50 years ago, one of India's greatest freedom fighters breathed his last. Vinayak ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Why Australia is missing the revolution

You could be forgiven for thinking that there is a general pall of weariness across Western democracies. The continuing aftershocks of the late-century push for liberalisation and — more recently — the global financial crisis has bred ...
 Eureka Street2 months ago
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