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National coach Gopichand calls Srikanth a 'fighter'
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National coach Gopichand calls Srikanth a 'fighter'

Chief national coach Pullela Gopichand has lavished praise on K Srikanth after his India Open triumph, describing him as a fighter with a great range of strokes but said he still needs to improve "mental aspects" to win more laurels for the country. DNA, 17 hours ago
Srikanth is a fighter, says Gopichand Deccan Herald, 18 hours ago
Srikanth is a fighter, says Pullela Gopichand Times of India, 22 hours ago
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Doval hopeful and positive about boundary talks with China

Describing the boundary talks with China as “positive”, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval on Friday said India has inalienable positions and the government will protect vital national interests. The comments by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval comes just days after the 18th round of talks here on the the vexed boundary issue between him and Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi. Doval underlined that there are areas of convergence between India and China despite the ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Ajit Doval hopeful, positive about boundary talks with China  Zee News3 days ago Doval hopeful, positive about boundary talks with China  Business Standard3 days ago India and China to Hold Crucial Border Talks Today: 10-Point Cheat-Sheet  NDTV1 week ago
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'Skilling remains challenge for India'

Describing India's large young population as a key strength for growth, former deputy managing director at IMF John Lipsky on Tuesday called for education and skilling in particular for sustainable high growth.
 Times of India6 days ago PTI - LIPSKY (BES15) - Skilling a challenge for India's sustainable growth: Lipsky  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Skilling a challenge for India's sustainable growth: John Lipsky  Economic Times6 days ago PTI - LIPSKY (BCM15) - Skilling a challenge for India's sustainable growth: Lipsky  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
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Govt, Air India refute hijack reports

The Civil Aviation Ministry and Air India on Saturday described as "false" reports of a hijack scare on board a recent London-Delhi flight. The clarification from the ministry and the national carrier came following reports that the plane, which took off from ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
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Secularism has brought good fruits' for India: Dalai Lama

Dalai Lama today advocated practice of secularism saying it has brought good results for India, which he described as most stable barring few exceptions. The comments by the Tibetan spiritual leader assume significance in the backdrop of attacks ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago PTI - DALAI - Secularism has brought good results for India: Dalai Lama  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Secularism has brought good results for India: Dalai Lama  The Echo Of India1 week ago Secularism has delivered good results for India: Dalai Lama  Times of India1 week ago
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Manorama Online

'Pak's NWFP area 'fountainhead' of terror activities'

New Delhi: Describing Pakistan's NWFP area as the "fountainhead" of terror activities in the region, India today said use of terrorism as state policy with deep roots in military establishment there is a major obstacle for peaceful bilateral ties. ...
 Manorama Online6 days ago 'Use of terrorism as state policy major obstacle for India-Pak ties'  Rediff.com1 week ago PTI - INDOPAK - Pak's NWFP area 'fountainhead' of terror activities: India  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Pakistan`s NWFP area `fountainhead` of terror activities: Defence Ministry report  Zee News1 week ago
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Indian Express

Incredible India: 7 things you didn't know about the country

India is often described as not so much a country as a continent. It is also not for the faint-hearted. The povertyandlack of public hygiene can be overwhelming at times. The high crime rate, particularly brutal gang rapes of women, is particularly ...
 BizNews.com1 week ago India-Africa Rescheduled Summit in Oct  New Indian Express5 days ago The Femina Miss India pageant has little to do with Indian women—or Indian beauty  Quartz1 week ago WHO praises India for tobacco warnings  Indian Express1 week ago

Hashimpura massacre in India continues to haunt those left behind

New Delhi: For the last 27 years, Zulfikar Nasir has been haunted by memories of what has been described as the worst case of extrajudicial killing in India's history. The wait for justice for what has become known as the Hashimpura massacre has ...
 UCAN India5 days ago
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India needs comprehensive tax policy for curbing tobacco use: WHO

Describing the availability and affordability of low-cost and locally-produced tobacco products as a "formidable challenge in India", WHO noted that "taxes are low for the forms of tobacco that are most commonly used". "There is a need to develop a ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago India needs tax policy for curbing tobacco use:WHO  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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‘ISIS failed to lure Indian Muslims’

Describing Indian Muslims as patriots, Union home minister Rajnath Singh said that the Islamic State has failed to attract Indian Muslims due to the latter’s complete integration into the mainstream. “Indian Muslims are patriots and are not swayed by ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Indian Muslims are patriots; have avoided lure of ISIS: Rajnath  Rediff.com1 week ago
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