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Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam is everywhere
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Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam is everywhere

In Rameswaram, virtually every building and wall has a banner dedicated to him. A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com reports from ground zero. Throughout our six-hour journey from Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram to Rameswaram -- the coastal Tamil Nadu hometown of Dr A P J Abdul Kalam who passed into the ages on Monday, July 27, the roadside was dotted by banners and posters paying homage to the 'Missile Man.' In Rameswaram, virtually every building and wall has a banner dedicated to him. Avul Pakir ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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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 ...
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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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'When girls see me in uniform they look with admiration'

In an Independence Day Special series, Rediff.com celebrates India through the lives of her people. Today: Dr Ruveda Salam, the first woman IPS officer from the Kashmir Valley. When I was growing up in Kashmir, my father often used to say that I should become an IAS (Indian Administrative Service) officer. That's when I first thought of becoming one. It inspired me and I decided to go ahead and aim for it. As I have cleared the UPSC (Union Public Services Commission) exam for the second time, ...
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'How can we go back to FTII without our demands being met?'

I&B ministry refuses to respond to striking FTII students, who insist that Gajendra Chauhan has to go. Harishankar Nachimuthu, president, FTII students association, speaks to A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com. Read
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'For our generation President Kalam is the Mahatma'

IMAGE: Volunteers from the Syed Ammal Engineering College who have arrived in Rameswaram to pay their respects to President Kalam. Photograph: Saisuresh Sivaswamy/Rediff.com President Kalam was loved by the youth of India. Something evidenced by the mass of student volunteers who have arrived in Rameswaram to mourn and to help out other mourners who have arrived in the island town to pay their last homage to India's 'Missile Man.' Rediff.com's Saisuresh Sivaswamy and A Ganesh Nadar report.
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K P S Gill: 'If we don't wake up, such attacks will continue in Punjab'

  'Border areas should be policed properly. The police at the international border with Pakistan should be well-equipped.' K P S Gill, the tough Punjab cop who led the battle against terrorism in the state in the late 1980s and early 1990s, speaks to A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com Three heavily-armed terrorists attacked a police station in Punjab's Gurdaspur district on Monday, July 27, killing five police personnel and three civilians, before being killed by the security forces. Punjab's ...
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'Anti-nationals show other flags at Lal Chowk, I want to hoist the national flag'

'The situation is normal now. The Kashmiri Pandits should come back.' Eshfaq-ur-Rehman Poswal is a Bharatiya Janata Party leader from Jammu and Kashmir. A prominent Gujjar leader, he is a national executive member of the BJP's Scheduled Tribes morcha. Poswal recently met BJP President Amit Shah and asked for permission to hoist the national flag at Lal Chowk, Srinagar on August 15. Poswal explained his plans to A Ganesh Nadar/Rediff.com Why do you want to hoist the national flag at Lal Chowk in ...
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'Allegations of India helping the Balochs never proved'

  'Pakistan has employed force to curb Baloch aspirations and rights. There have been charades of giving rights and concessions and packages, but all of them are hollow and meaningless and not even worth the paper these are written on.' 'Pakistan is appeasing China for the investments which will benefit them. The economic corridor with China will not only deprive the Baloch of their land and resources, but will turn them into a minority because of the influx of outsiders.' Mir Mohammad ...
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Chandramouli stars for Maharishi Vidya Mandir

Comment · print · T T T+· T- K. Chandramouli's five for 13 helped Maharishi Vidya Mandir beat Sri Sivaswami Kalalaya by eight wickets in the TNCA City Schools U-16 tournament for the C. Ramaswamy trophy here on Tuesday. The scores: ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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