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Milind Deora column: India has a long way to go before turning Uniform Civil Code into reality
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Milind Deora column: India has a long way to go before turning...

Uniform Civil Code (UCC) has assumed severely controversial connotations in the Indian context, largely due to the politicization of the debate and the complex dynamics of religion and socio-cultural identity that operate within the country. The post Milind ... First Post.com, 1 month ago

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Congress finally finds its feet on social media

After 3 years of reverses, the party is finding increasing acceptability in the 18-35 years age group with Rahul Gandhi adding a million followers in the past 2 months and Facebook and Twitter also seeing similar spikes, reports Archis Mohan. IMAGE: Of late, the Congress VP Rahul Gandhi has become quite active on Twitter, taking on the PM and the government on several issues -- the GST and even the presence of Chinese troops at Doklam. Photograph: @OfficeofRG/Twitter ‘Amethi Rae ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Mount Abu's bear infestationis scaring tourists away

For tourists heading to Mount Abu, brace yourself to be accosted by one of the 350 sloth bears that have now become a regular menace in the hill station. With dwindling vegetation cover in the Aravali mountains, they have started moving in on the nearby ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Lata Mangeshkar: Have always preferred laughter to tears

'I can't thank the listeners enough for bearing with me for 70 years. I didn't even how the time flew by. If I had a chance to live it all again, I wouldn't change a thing.' Lata Mangeshkar looks back at her life. On Lata Mangeshkar's 88th birthday, the iconic singer shares some lesser-known memories from her incredible life with Subhash K Jha. "Bahot ho gaya... apko kaisa lagta hai... aap gaati kyon nahin hain... aap ke favourite naye singers kaun hai... aap apni bahen (Asha Bhosle) se ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Rahul Gandhis NYC outreach has impressive credit list

It may not have the magic of a Madison Square Garden community outreach, but Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi's ongoing American visit culminates in a gala reception hosted by the Indian National Overseas Congress USA at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, Times Square, New York City on Wednesday evening.    A two-page flier for the event caught our eye for a couple of things.    One, it implores you to 'join Rahul Gandhi's crusade to empower the youth, women and farmers of ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

RSS back story: Men and events behind its rise

FC Bureau City: New Delhi The history of RSS dates back to September 27, 1925 when Dr Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, popularly known as “Doctorji”, laid the foundation of the “Sangh” on Vijaydashmi. The humble beginning was made in Doctorji’s own house ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Congress launches professionals wing in Mumbai

The Congress launched the first chapter of the newly formed All India Professionals Congress (AIPC) in Mumbai, saying this was the party's attempt to connect with the rising number of aspirational professionals. "As part of its nationwide public outreach ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Congress to attract professionals into party  Deccan Herald2 months ago Congress creates new depts to attract tax-paying professionals  Deccan Herald2 months ago
India Today

Daring, driven and different

If restaurateur Shafeena Yusuff Ali, Founder, Tablez Food Company, has the entrepreneurial spirit in her genes, Aditi Balbir as founder of V Resorts, started from scratch. Sisters Pooja Shetty-Deora and Aarti Shetty of Adlabs Imagica want to change the face ...
 India Today1 month ago
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Prices of subsidised LPG zoom 16% since Modi took charge

Global crude oil prices have slumped by 49 per cent during the same period The prices of subsidised cooking gas zoomed by 16 per cent, from Rs 414 per cylinder when the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government came to power in May 2014 to Rs 479.77 in August 2017, despite global crude oil prices dipping by about 49 per cent. The Narendra Modi-led government had stormed to power in 2014 on the back of serious corruption charges against the Congress-led regime and the rise in prices of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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