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They have created an impression every Kashmiri youth is a stone pelter: Mehbooba Mufti slams electronic media
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They have created an impression every Kashmiri youth is a ston...

J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday lashed out at electronic media for 'portraying all Kashmiri youths as stone pelters and militant sympathisers'. DNA, 2 weeks ago
Mehbooba lashes out at electronic media Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Arvind Kejriwal in Amritsar: AAP is getting back on its feet in Punjab

After its defeat in the Punjab Assembly elections three months ago and the turmoil in the party that followed, the Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP ) is getting back on its feet in the state. The central leadership has decided to give autonomy to the state unit and ...
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Triple talaq is unconstitutional says MoS P. P. Chaudhury

Reacting on the triple talaq row, Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information technology, P. P. Chaudhury said in India all law has to be according to the Constitution and if any religious or community law is unconstitutional it has to be amended ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Disequilibrium : No more episodic reforms

When you come to a fork in the road, you have to decide which way to go? Between objectivity and subjectivity, I would personally much rather choose objectivity for it allows one to stay on the path of moral equivalence; if I allow my biases to creep in, then ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Spy’s eye: The world of peaceniks

We live in an extraordinary eco-system that accounts for arm-chair intellectuals in the business of taking up ‘causes’, reality of aspirational youth getting stuck in poverty and the phenomenon of ‘covert’ offensives that have replaced frontal wars.
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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'AAP activist' attacks Mishra during his hunger strike

Ousted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Kapil Mishra, who has been sitting on an indefinite hunger strike to seek funding details of party leaders' foreign tours, was attacked by a suspected AAP supporter on Wednesday. The accused, identified as Ankit Bhardwaj, ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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2 more suspected ISI agents arrested; kin cry foul

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad in a joint exercise with Maharashtra Police carried out overnight raids and nabbed a suspected Inter-Services Intelligence operative in Mumbai, who was part of an espionage racket linked to the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi. Three ISI suspects have been arrested since Wednesday as the UP ATS launched a massive crackdown to smash the espionage racket. Acting on leads provided by ISI suspect Aftab Ali, arrested from Faizabad, 120 km from Lucknow on ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Holy cow: as Hindu nationalism surges in India, cows are protected but minorities not so much

Indolent Indian cows sitting or eating on the busiest roads of the country’s cities are common sights for anyone who has ever visited the subcontinent. Today, this mammal is at the centre of the country’s increasingly violent social upheaval. In ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Spy’s eye: Induct security education

We live in a globalised but unsafe world. The advent of the Age of Information has established the new reality that one has to be well-informed for achieving success in any sphere of life. Wherever you are, your knowledge profile would be incomplete without ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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India has turned into fertile ground for ISIS

'We could crack IM modules in the country because one arrested member would spill beans on the other.''With ISIS, every module is different and is possibly being handled by different operators abroad.'Sahil Makkar reports. In May 2014, four Muslim youths, in their early 20s, from Maharashtra, left India to join Islamic State of Syria and Iraq, ISIS, the most lethal terror organisation in the world. The youth reached Syria, took up arms and allegedly fought in the war. Six months later, one of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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