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Gau rakshaks, Nehru and a poet's migration to Pakistan
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Gau rakshaks, Nehru and a poet's migration to Pakistan

Little has changed in Digital India.The issue that rocked the nation 100 years ago still creates a furore in Indian society, says Syed Firdaus Ashraf.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com When Mohammed Akhlaq was killed for supposedly eating cow's meat in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh, on September 28, 2015, many Indians felt it was a rare occurence. After the Alwar, Rajasthan, incident on April 3, 2017 -- in which men transporting cows were brutally assaulted, one of whom died after the attack -- ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Close-in: Let’s talk money

India must be progressing in leaps and bounds as rather than discussing unemployment, newspapers are now full of salaries and pay packets of individuals. The sharing of profit and wealth with the leading performers of corporates and sports institutions is ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

5% service tax takes newspapers by surprise

Indian Newspaper Society, the apex body for this segment, had lobbied against service tax
 Business Standard1 week ago Clouds loom over newspapers as GST adds 5% tax burden  Business Standard1 week ago
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China's Belt and Road Initiative: What are India's options?

'Whichever option India chooses, it should be clear to the government that the China-Pakistan nexus poses a clear and present danger to national security,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). IMAGE: Leaders attending the Belt and Road Forum pose for a photograph at the Yanqi Lake venue on the outskirts of Beijing, May 15, 2017. Photograph: Ng Han Guan/Reuters   Leaders from almost 30 countries gathered in Beijing last weekend to endorse President Xi Jinping's 'One Belt, One Road' (OBOR) ...
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Who benefits from the Sino-Pakistan corridor?

The CPEC poses a clear and imminent danger to Indian security interests, says Kulbir Krishan. The announcement on April 12 that China has approved additional financing for infrastructure projects in Pakistan under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor, taking the total investment to $62 billion, has been largely ignored by the Indian media, even though it has serious implications for Pakistan, China and the region. The CPEC, a collection of infrastructure projects originally valued at $46 ...
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'I want to give media back to India'

Times Now, the English news channel Arnab Goswami headed until recently, had an average daily reach of 1.7 million people.That may be a fraction of the 48 million Aaj Tak reached every day in 2016, but Goswami had no trouble getting investors for his new venture.The television anchor tells Vanita Kohli-Khandekar what the nation -- well, at least the Indians who once watched his nightly show -- wants to know about Republic TV.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   "I will do the ...
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Combating prejudice against Africans: India has a lot to lose

India has a great deal to lose by mistreating and beating up Africans who come to study or live in the country. The latest attacks on March 27, 2017 on Nigerian students living in Greater Noida bordering New Delhi and part of the National Capital Region have ...
 Sify2 months ago

Why a rich, orderly Himalayan state has India’s highest suicide rate

Jorethang, Sikkim: A large room in an abandoned government building has been home to Babita (not her real name), 32, her husband and three children for about three years. It is strewn with tattered furniture and personal belongings, clothes drying on the ...
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Crime and Enchantment

FOR THE LONGEST time, detective stories were considered a Western product, while Indian authors, especially in the English language, were fixated with doing the ‘Great Indian Novel’. The crime selection in our Indian bookshops mostly consisted of either ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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India looks at Commonwealth boost for small businesses

For many years now, India has given the Commonwealth short shrift so its support for the Commonwealth trade initiative signals a renewed interest in the body. New Delhi will most probably host a Commonwealth SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) summit in May as the next stage in a bid by the 52-nation association to evolve an ease of trading accord, which is aimed to be formally announced at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London next year. The current Commonwealth ...
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