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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 months ago
Mehbooba lashes out at electronic media Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Iran's startups promise paradise for the country's unemployed youth

Stella Morgana , Leiden University Iran’s self-proclaimed Silicon Valley stands on the road to mount Damavand, the tallest mountain in the country. Set up in 2005 , its name is ambitious: Pardis , a “paradise” for technology. Pardis is where Tehran just ...
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Centre laying impetus on digitisation, says Union minister

Union Minister of State for Law and Justice, Electronics and Information Technology, P P Chaudhary, has said that India is global leader in information technology and the Union government is trying its level best to digitise education and health and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Triple talaq is unconstitutional says MoS P. P. Chaudhury  catchnews.com2 months 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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The big AGM: Start of a Golden Decade for Ambani?

What Mr. Mukesh Ambani would speak at the 40th AGM was only murmured. Although, markets had been fed with the news of a 9% growth, which broke street estimates, and the low-cost smartphone, there was few left for audiences to imagine. But besides the ...
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'Terrorism should not be branded Hindu or Muslim'

'They have the same pet peeves, the same ruse, the same beliefs, the same justifications.''All terrorists thrive on the premise that by perpetuating violence and bloodshed on innocents, they are justifying the injustices done to their community.' IMAGE: Nine suspects arrested after the July 2008 Ahmedabad serial terror blasts. Photograph: Reuters S Hussain Zaidi, the best-selling writer chronicling Mumbai's underworld, is out with his latest book. Zaidi, who began his career as a crime ...
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Bihar crisis deepens, Nitish to take a call after Prez poll

The CM will either force Tejashwi to resign, or tender a resignation himself to put pressure on the RJD. M I Khan reports from Patna. The political crisis in Bihar on Saturday deepened with Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, facing Central Bureau of Investigation charges, skipping a government function attended by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who swapped his chair with a Janata Dal-United minister after being seated next to an Rashtriya Janata Dal leader. The organisers initially covered ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Bihar political crisis deepens, Tejaswi skips event attended  Business Standard1 week ago

Tejaswi skips govt function attended by Nitish

The acrimony between the JD(U) and the RJD seems to have reached a flashpoint with Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Prasad Yadav today skipping a government function, which was attended by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. The organisers initially covered the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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'Global jihad is here'

'When the first Islamic State flags appeared, it was called an aberration.''When videos appeared, they were termed exceptions!''It is high time we accepted that the global jihad is here.'Ajai Shukla reports from Kashmir. Last Saturday, July 8, the spotlight on the civil uprising roiling southern Kashmir shifted temporarily to the improbably beautiful Loragam village, nestling in the foothills of the snow-clad Pir Panjal mountain range. This was the home of Burhan Wani, the young Hizbul ...
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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 Chronicle2 months ago
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