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'Attack on cattle is attack on country's culture'
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'Attack on cattle is attack on country's culture'

'If a majority of the country's population is sentimental about a certain species, why are we so ashamed to say that we want to give it statutory protection?' asks animal rights activist Gauri Maulekhi, in a conversation with Manavi Kapur. "Perhaps the only time I fainted was when I first saw a maggot-infested dog during a roadside first-aid camp for animals in Lucknow." All of 17 then, Gauri Maulekhi remembers that day in 1994 clearly for good reason -- she poetically fell into a ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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Iraqi PM declares victory over Islamic State in Mosul, warns of more challenges in future

Iraq's prime minister declared victory over Islamic State in Mosul on Monday, three years after the militants seized the city and made it the stronghold of a "caliphate" they said would take over the world. "I announce from here the end and the failure and ...
 DNA1 month ago

Freedom Files : HOW KASHMIR WAS POUCHED

As the Afridi raiders stormed down the Muzzafarabad Road making their tryst with Srinagar, burning the Mahura power station effecting a lights out in Kashmir Valley, Maharaja of J&K Hari Singh knew that the end game had begun. Fate always a seductress, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Why Adivasis fled their village after the Maoist ambush

Fearing imminent arrest and likely reprisals from the CRPF -- 25 of whose jawans were gunned down by the Maoists inside a jungle just 200 to 300 metres away from their homes on the afternoon of April 24 -- young Adivasi men and women in Burkapal abandoned their homes and fled into the jungle.Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore and Uttam Ghosh report from the ghost village.Photographs: Uttam Ghosh Part 1 in the series: Why did 25 CRPF jawans die in Sukma? Part 2 in the series: The CRPF is not fighting ...
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