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Couple woken by leopard in hotel room
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Couple woken by leopard in hotel room

REUTERS (File photo) A leopard rests inside its enclosure in an Indian national park. Picture: Fayaz Kabli New Delhi - A leopard terrified a couple holidaying in the town of Nainital in northern India after it broke into their hotel room, ... Sunday Tribune, 1 month ago

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Kashmir unrest to affect apple prices this season

In 2015-16, the overall apple production in India stood at 2.8 million, bulk of which came from J&K, followed by Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tamil Nadu India’s favourite winter fruit, apple, is set to get dearer this season. Besides the production of the fruit being down this year, the ongoing unrest in Kashmir, the leading producer of apples, has also pushed supplies down by 25 per cent, claim traders. At present, the prices of different ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago

Exclusive! How India reached out to the Afghan Mujahideen

IMAGE: Ahmad Shah Massoud's Northern Alliance fighters near Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, in 2001. Photograph: Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images 'It was a mission undertaken in darkness in every sense -- literally, because Afghanistan had no electricity at that time; and, metaphorically because Delhi historically dealt only with the Pashtuns of Afghanistan and the foreign ministry's vast archives had nothing to offer on the culture and politics of the northern tribes in the Hindu Kush.' Ambassador M K ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

How trifurcation may help calm Kashmir

IMAGE: Protests in Srinagar. Photograph: Umar Ganie 'As long as Pakistan exists, the situation will not stabilise and violence is bound to erupt from time to time.''Though not a final solution, a step that could help localise the abscess -- trifurcate Jammu and Kashmir state into three parts: Jammu, Ladakh and the valley, suggests Claude Arpi.. On August 15, in a speech from the Red Fort, Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to Pakistan's human rights abuses in Balochistan as well as Pakistan ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

The economic cost of conflict in Kashmir

If and when this latest crisis moves towards resolution, it’s unlikely that the economic solutions will take much precedence, says Sreenivasan Jain. Image: A Kashmiri woman carrying traditional teapot called a samovar on her head walks on a road in Srinagar. Photograph: Danish Ismail/Reuters. As Kashmir is plunged into a fresh crisis, I tried to reach out to a handful of young craftsmen and women from the Valley. They are part of an initiative I have been associated with which provides ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

8 things we miss about Independence Day

As we celebrate Independence Day on August 15,'s Anita Aikara looks back at all the things we miss the most from our growing up years. 1. Flag hoisting in school IMAGE: Chand roshan, chamakta sitara rahey, sabse ooncha ye jhanda humara rahein...each school had its own slogan. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Ramesh NG/Creative Commons We have all complained about having to go to school on August 15 -- none of us liked waking up early on a holiday. But then, on I-day, school lasted just a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

How the Clash in Kashmir Moved Abroad

In April, the passing of Amanullah Khan, a vibrant and influential independence leader in the Kashmiri conflict, revealed the depth of support the independence movement had gained among the Kashmiri diaspora. Born in 1934, Khan was the founding ...
 Foreign Affairs1 month ago

Growth of tobacco business good for shareholders: ITC chief

The growth of tobacco business of ITC was good for its shareholders and there was no point of de-growing it for the benefit of the non-tobacco verticals, ITC chairman Y C Deveshwar said on Friday. During the April-June quarter, ITC's revenue from cigarettes increased 6.42 per cent to Rs 8,230.60 crore (Rs 82.3 billion) from Rs 7,733.43 crore (Rs 77.33 billion) in the year-ago period. "Some shareholders are saying that growth of the tobacco business should be less while that of others ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Media muzzled in Kashmir in the wake of Burhan Wani's killing

Accord­ing to a recent report Report­ers Withou­t Border­s, India ranked 133rd on press freedo­m index PHOTO: AFP A week after the government in Jammu and Kashmir failed to curtail widespread anti-government protests that led to ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
Siasat Daily

Kashmir unrest: 1 killed in violence today; curfew on, newspapers seized

An Indian policeman holds a shield against stone-throwing Kashmiri Muslim protesters in Srinagar September 9, 2008. More than two dozen people including 10 policemen were injured in Kashmir on Tuesday when police clashed with hundreds of ...
 Siasat Daily2 months ago
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