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Uri terror attack: India must give befitting reply to Pak for misusing liberal, flexible approach, says NCP leader Majeed Memon
Indian Express

India must give befitting reply to Pak for "misusing liberal, ...

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Sept. 18 (ANI): Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Sunday urged all political parties to stand united against state sponsored terrorism and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make a very strong ... Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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NDTV

Congress Won't Let BJP Reduce India To A 'Hindu Pakistan': Shashi Tharoor

Congress' Shashi Tharoor has alleged that the BJP is trying to rewrite history and redefine nationalism. Jaipur: Former Union minister Shashi Tharoor has alleged that BJP is trying to "hijack" Indian history for political purposes and said that ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Shashi Tharoor slams leading daily for misquoting him over RSS killed Gandhi statement  DNA India3 weeks ago 'BJP wants a Hindu Pakistan'  MSN News US3 weeks ago Cong will not let BJP reduce India to 'Hindu Pakistan':Tharoor  Oneindia3 weeks ago
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Why I am not eager for a 'Congress-mukt Bharat'

'Like it or not, the Congress is still the only party with the potential to challenge the BJP at a pan-Indian level,' says T V R Shenoy. There are many who eagerly anticipate the onset of a 'Congress-mukt Bharat.' I am not one of them. If anything, there are four reasons why the decline of the Congress is a matter of national concern. First, the absence of an effective Opposition usually ends in a ruling party becoming arrogant, complacent, or both. Second, a Opposition party can be an idea ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago We should take lesson from Usain Bolt and not pass comments: NCP  Yahoo! India4 weeks ago NCP corporator booked for thrashing civic engineers  DNA India1 month ago
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Kashmir issue can be solved only by dialogue: NCP

Patna (Bihar), Aug. 17 (ANI): The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Wednesday said India should hold talks with Pakistan on the Kashmir issue as that is the only solution to the problem. "Whatever is taking place there is not right. Bullets or ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Kashmir Valley Unrest is a National Security Issue and not a Political Issue  South Asia Analysis Group1 month ago Life has come to halt in Kashmir: NCP  Sify1 month ago This Normal Life: What if there were an end date to life?  Mumbai News.Net1 week ago
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DNA India

PM Modi must clarify that India will not interfere in Balochistan's internal affairs: NCP

Mumbai, Aug. 25 (ANI): The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has cautioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make it clear that India will not interfere in Balochistan's internal affairs in the wake of protesting Baloch activists taking to the streets ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Pakistan's Civil War In Balochistan Goes International  Counter Currents1 week ago How Sindh and Balochistan should go to International Courts and the UN  Meri News2 weeks ago
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Attitude of Pak Govt. cannot be tolerated: NCP on media curb during SAARC summit

The Nationalist Congress Party on Friday condemned Pakistan Government after the Indian media was not allowed to participate during Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's speech in the 7th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Home Minsters' ...
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NDTV

Opinion: Why Hasn't India Ended Most Favoured Nation Status For Pak?

"Those who live in glass houses don't throw stones on each other's homes." What I missed in this statement was the "Chinoy Seth" as a prefix to the speech given at the United Nations General Assembly by the Indian Foreign Minister. This dialogue had ...
 NDTV1 day ago
Indian Express

Indian pluralism facing one of its biggest threats: Ramachandra Guha

"Indian nationalism is not adversarial like Pakistani nationalism. The BJP's nationalism is a mirror image of Pakistani nationalism. Hatred of Pakistan is important to the hindutva view of the world," he said. Eminent historian and biographer ...
 Indian Express6 days ago This is a nationalism of paranoia and insecurity: Ramachandra Guha  Indian Express4 days ago Modi's Hindu nationalism  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago How India's justice system is giving in to the mob  Kashmir Observer4 weeks ago
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Praful: NCP keen on alliance with secular forces to defeat BJP

VASCO: Stating that the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) is ready to cooperate with all secular forces in the state to defeat the communal Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the forthcoming assembly election, its Goa desk in-charge and former Union ...
 Navhind Times2 days ago Kerala Congress (Secular) to merge with NCP  New Indian Express1 week ago
Livemint.com

India's 007, Former Super Spy, Is Shaping Modi's Foreign Policy

Doval has supported a nationalist agenda, military expansion. He spent seven years undercover in Pakistan, recruited rebels as informants in disputed Kashmir, and once disguised himself as a rickshaw driver to infiltrate a militant group inside ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago India's 007 shaping Modi’s foreign policy  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago James Bond Ajit Doval is shaping Modi's foreign policy  Livemint.com1 week ago How India's James Bond, Ajit Doval is shaping PM Narendra Modi's foreign policy  Economic Times1 week ago
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