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Under PM Modi, country is seeing end of 'politics of caste, dynasty and appeasement': Amit Shah
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Venom of casteism will ruin, destroy rural India, rues Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday lamented that the "venom of casteism" was causing the "destruction" of villages, and urged people to work for the development of rural India. In his address during the birth centenary of reformist Nanaji Deshmukh and ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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Rs 201 per day? Rs 277? How much welfare do Indians need?

Universal basic income or social security? Economist Nitin Desai feels we need a blueprint for universal health care and pensions to help the vulnerable section. IMAGE: All Indians need access to Universal Basic Income, if need be, feels Nitin Desai. He says one of the reasons is because traditional Indian support systems are often quite demeaning, particularly for the elderly. And maybe so too for this old woman in Kolkata. Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri /Reuters. Recently a seminar ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Kovind’s journey from mud house to Rashtrapati Bhavan

New Delhi: His childhood spent in a mud house in a small village, Ram Nath Kovind moved into the palatial Rashtrapati Bhavan today as the 14th President of India, underscoring his strong belief in the Constitution which promises equality to every citizen. As ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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Watch: BJP uses 'Mauka Mauka' to mock Congress in new ad ahead of Gujarat elections

The gloves are off before the upcoming Gujarat elections which the BJP high brass seem to have taken as a matter of pride. While PM Modi excoriated Congress by claiming that Gujaratis were an ‘eyesore’ for the Nehru-Gandhi family, Amit Shah urged ...
 DNA4 days ago

3 persons held for receiving answers over phone in KPSC exam

Three persons were arrested for receiving key answers over phone at two centres of the physical education teacher examination of Karnataka Public Service Commission, in Davangere on Monday. The suspects received the answers through their mobile earphones from ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Modi: Gujarat election, fight between Vikasvaad and Vanshvaad

'I had expected them to fight this election on the issue of development, but they are not doing that.''Now they have decided to belittle Gujarat's development.' Prime Minister Narendra D Modi on Monday, October 16, 2017, attacked the Congress and the Nehru-Gandhi family, accusing them of disliking Gujarat and Gujaratis who they considered an 'eyesore'. Invoking leaders from the poll-bound state like Vallabhbhai Patel and Morarji Desai, the prime minister accused the 'Congress and the family' ...
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All-round Delhi Public School emerge champions

A fighting century from Suhas went in vain as Delhi Public School (East) produced an all-round display to drub Carmel School (Padmanabhanagar) and emerge champions of the KSCA under-16 Group I, Division II, inter-school tournament here. Half-centuries from ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Pending pension amount must be cleared soon: DC

Deputy Commissioner G Satyavati on Wednesday instructed officials to take action to pay the arrears towards pension amount of beneficiaries of various schemes of the government pending since January. Taking cognisance of the complaints in this regard during ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Ganesh Chaturthi: Bappa Jungle Book, Bahubali, organ donation - themes galore

From Mumbai-born writer Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book to the famous fictional character of Baahubali to social messages like need for organ donation and conserving wildlife and environment are some of the themes that would attract crowd at the pandals ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Is it a man? Black magic? A ghost? Braid chopping mystery deepens

Deserted roads, empty classrooms and shuttered doors behind which hide women and children too scared to step out. Kanganheri is a village spooked after three of its women reported that their braids had been chopped while they were sleeping. The village on the edge of southwest Delhi -- separated by not just a few kilometres but an entire world from the plush malls and much vaunted higher educational institutes of the national capital -- is not alone in its panic. It started off with isolated ...
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