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VK Singh compares Pakistan army with Nazis for Bangladesh atrocities
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VK Singh compares Pakistan army with Nazis for Bangladesh atro...

"The type of atrocities which went on in Bangladesh (before liberation) is something which probably the world has forgotten," VK Singh said. DNA, 2 months ago

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The Indian Army is not asking for immunity

'General Rawat's unambiguous stand has acted as a much needed confidence booster to the troops -- young officers and soldiers at the cutting edge -- who were often left wondering if they were doing the right and necessary thing in combating the terrorists, many times paying with their own lives,' says Nitin A Gokhale. There was one section -- and I don't want to call them intellectuals -- which pays lip service to the fauj, but in reality stands against everything that the army seeks to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Is Aligarh Muslim University, once again, leading a campaign for Partition of India?

After serving 35 years in the Indian Army, Brigadier (retd) Syed Ahmad Ali joined the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) as its pro-vice chancellor in 2012 and seems to have conveniently forgotten the secular ethos that are integral to the military life. The ...
 First Post.com1 month ago

Pakistan remembers victims of 2014 school attack

Islamabad, Dec 16 (IANS) The Pakistani Army chief, Gen Qamar Jawed Bajwa, laid a wreath and offered prayers on Friday to mark the second anniversary of a deadly terrorist attack on Peshawar's Army Public School. "That time was very difficult for the whole ...
 Sify2 months ago

Centre's attitude toward Kashmiri's a bigger threat than Pakistan: NC

[India], Feb. 25 (ANI): The National Conference (NC) on Saturday stood firmly behind its Chief Farooq Abdullah, after he came under fire for saying that Kashmiri youth are picking up arms to fight for their freedom, saying that he was only voicing what the ...
 Sify4 days ago
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What inspired Rangoon?

Did the human drama provoked by the Japanese invasion of Burma and the Indian exodus from Rangoon inspire director Vishal Bhardwaj's forthcoming epic? IMAGE: Saif Ali Khan in Rangoon. The railway station scene seem to suggest that Saif's character is waiting for the Kangna Ranaut character during the exodus from Rangoon.   'A love triangle forms against the backdrop of the Second World War.' That's all imdb.com says about the plot for Vishal Bhardwaj's Rangoon, which releases on February ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Disequilibrium: The Phantom of a Bloody Opera

As long as the walk between subjectivity and objectivity is strewn with imponderables, short or long, people will exploit the nuance associated with the gait and the shape of the obstacle. The wild and unseemly extrapolation of Gen. Bipin Rawat's comments ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Debit Card Charges To Get Cheaper; MDR Would Be Linked to Transaction Purpose & Volume!

There has been a growing demand from business community and consumers to bring down the additional expenses related to cashless transactions. Right now, there is an additional surcharge, called MDR or Merchant Discount Rate of 0.75% if the debit card ...
 Trak.in1 week ago
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What will the baby-faced killer do next?

Why did Kim Jong-un order his brother's murder? IMAGE: North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un at the Pyongyang Orphans Primary School. Photograph: Korean Central News Agency/Reuters   Tyrants don't rest until they get rid of their enemies -- real or imagined. Constantly insecure, they consolidate their positions by ruthless annihilation. Soviet dictator Josef Stalin set the macabre agenda with personal and mass murderous purges, which the tyrants of our time -- Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

A pioneer of natural science re-emerges

Maria Sibylla Merian, like many European women of the 17th century, stayed busy managing a household and rearing children. But on top of that, Maria, a German-born woman who lived in the Netherlands, also managed a successful career as an artist, botanist, ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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