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PM Modi's op-ed in Canadian newspaper

PM Modi's op-ed in Canadian newspaper

‘I have come to build a strategic partnership with Canada in pursuit of India’s economic transformation and a more peaceful, secure and stable future for our two countries.’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s opinion piece in Canada’s The Globe and Mail focuses on commercial cooperation in the civil nuclear energy sector. Here’s the complete text of the column. I have come to build a strategic partnership with Canada in pursuit of India’s economic ..., 4 days ago

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Twitter dictates 5-star journalism in India

The puerile musings of India's trigger happy politicians & society hobnobbers on Twitter have not merely dominated, but dictated primetime television news agenda in recent months. In the past week, General V K Singh and writer-socialite Shobha De ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago
Forbes India

The sad but curious case of millions of missing girls

A newspaper report estimated that illegal gender-selective abortions number 500,000 annually in India. If these estimates are correct, then over the last 20 years, we have lost millions of girls. Economist Amartya Sen in 1990 estimated that 41.6 ...
 Forbes India6 days ago

Snap judgment, with elan

By Shashi Tharoor Rs 695 Rs 695 India Shastra: Reflections on the Nation in Our Time A newspaper column is, by definition, something current and immediate. The writer gets an opportunity to offer instant analysis on a matter that is in the news, thus helping ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Anjuli Bhargava: Learning from Swachh Japan

I am back in India after two weeks in Japan and while many things about this rule-bound and terrifically polite society have impressed me, one thing that stood out was the country's attitude - well, almost an obsession - with garbage. It was sakura ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
The Express Tribune

'Documentary holds up a mirror to our society', says Delhi gang-rape victim's father

New Delhi: The father of the Delhi gang-rape victim said people should see the documentary, India's Daughter, because it "holds up a mirror to our society". The film features an interview with one of the rapists in which he makes outrageous ...
 ABP Live1 month ago Ban on Delhi gang-rape documentary stirs fierce debate in India  The Express Tribune1 month ago Father tells India to look in the mirror  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago In India, ban on film about 2012 Delhi gang rape stirs debate  Los Angeles Times1 month ago

Mahatma's grandson thinks temple for Godse hurts ...

London: The proposal to build a temple to Nathuram Godse by a section of the Indian society is denigrating Mahatma Gandhi, according to Gopal Krishna Gandhi, the Mahatma's grandson. Asserting that India needs Gandhi more than ever before, Gopal ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago UK making Gandhi statue, Indians planning Godse temple: Grandson  India Today1 month ago Temple for Godse hurts Gandhi's memory, says grandson  ProKerala.com1 month ago Temple for Godse hurts Gandhi's …  Yahoo! India1 month ago
New Indian Express

Politics, Sensitivity Lead India to Rush to Ban Books, Films

NEW DELHI — A British documentary. A YouTube comedy clip. A book on Hinduism. Each offended some segment of Indian society, and each was banned or suppressed as a result. Over the last year, at least two books and two films have become ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Democratic India easily offended and a ban epidemic takes hold  Hong Kong Standard1 month ago Putting leash Politics, sensitivity lead India to ...  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago

Call for trial of Star editor criticised

Leading Indian newspaper The Hindustan Times yesterday editorially criticised the call made by Sajeed Wajed Joy for the arrest and trial of eminent civil society activists, a renowned jurist and the editor of The Daily Star for alleged treason. ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

By birth Indian, by culture Hindu, and by faith Christian

-- The late Arulappa, Archbishop of Hyderabad, made the following statement, which was quoted in newspapers after his death in 2005: "By birth I am an Indian, by culture a Hindu, and by faith, I am a Christian." Since Christians in India by and ...
 OpEdNews.com1 week ago
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