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'The idea is to defeat the BJP in Bihar'
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'The idea is to defeat the BJP in Bihar'

Congress spokesperson Rajeev Gowda tells A Ganesh Nadar why his party may join the Nitish Kumar-led Janata Parivar alliance. Elections in Bihar are due at the end of the year. The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar was ruling the state with the Bharatiya Janata Party as an ally till Nitish Kumar broke the alliance when the BJP announced Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate. Talks about merger of the Janata Parivar -- of Lalu Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal and Nitish's Janata Dal-United ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

Undertrial escapes from Mapusa court premises

MAPUSA: An undertrial Ganesh Nadar alias Nagaraj alias Satish alias Prabhakar, who was an inmate of the Sada sub-jail in Vasco, Monday morning escaped through a toilet ventilator of the Mapusa Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) court. He was ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago
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'How can an officer who attends RSS camps be impartial?'

Political skirmishes erupt over Chhattisgarh's decision to permit babus to attend RSS camps.A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com reports. A Chhattisgarh government notification permitting government employees to attend Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh camps has triggered a storm in the state with one Congress legislator dubbing it a 'Talibanisation' of the administration. The Dr Raman Singh-led Bharatiya Janata Party government is reported to have revoked an earlier ban on attending RSS camps. Ironically, the ...
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Sydney: No headway in murder of Indian techie

Two months and a week later, the New South Wales police is clueless about Prabha Arun Kumar's killer, discovers A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com The Australian police do not seem to have made much headway in the murder of Indian techie Prabha Arun Kumar in Sydney. The 41 year old was returning home from work when she was stabbed in Westmead, a suburb of Sydney, on March 7. An official from the New South Wales police spoke to Rediff.com about the ongoing investigation. "Homicide squad detectives ...
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We spent 25 to 30 crore on Yoga Day: AYUSH minister

International Yoga Day, celebrated on June 21 for the first time, had its share of controversies in India. The man in charge of the massive exercise was Minister for Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy Shripad Naik. The AYUSH minister, spoke to A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com about the controversies and his ministry's plans for yoga.
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A website to locate India's missing children

  A new government website allows anyone, parents and citizens to upload details/photos of missing children as well as ones found to be abandoned, lost etc. Naveen Yadav, the official in charge of the venture, explains how the website will help in reuniting the child with the parents. Eleven children go missing every hour in India. Many are found and restored to their parents. But many are not traced. The Government of India has now started an initiative to help find the missing child.
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'I am a Tamil-speaking Muslim, I wanted to know my roots'

Yaadhum is a documentary that talks about how Islam spread in South India through trade. The film recently won the Bronze Remi award at the 48th World Fest in Houston. The maker of Yaadhum, Kombai S Anwar, spoke to Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com on what motivated him to make the film. I belong to the Theni district of Tamil Nadu and am now settled in Chennai. While growing up in India you are confronted with your Muslim identity. When I was studying in Loyola College, Chennai, they talked about ...
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'Home ministry is making malicious allegations to smear Greenpeace'

  'The home ministry has made a serious allegation to the media without providing a scrap of evidence to back it up. We think this shows how worried the ministry has become.' Greenpeace India head Samit Aich speaks of his organisation's battle against the government which has frozen all its bank accounts. Greenpeace India traditionally fights for the environment. Lately it has been fighting the Government of India. The government has frozen its bank accounts and accused it of hurting ...
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#JobSearch: 'I cleared 3 rounds of interview, but no job'

As Prime Minister Modi completes a year in office, we asked you, young job-seekers, to share stories of your job struggles. In the third part of the series, K Selvapriya, an engineering graduate from Thiruchendur, Tamil Nadu, tells us how she is struggling to find work a year after graduation. I studied electronics and communications engineering from the Dr Sivanthi Aditanar College of Engineering in Thiruchendur, Tamil Nadu. I completed my graduation last year and got 67.5 per cent aggregate ...
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EVERY UNDERTRIAL IN GOA CAN BE A CHARLES SHOBRAJ

Michael Fernandes, the notorious criminal has fled from police and jail custody on numerous occasions despite challenging the authority of the officials. He didn't just give baseless warnings to the officials but proved it by actually fleeing. ...
 Goa Herald1 month ago
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