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What you won't hear on Mann Ki Baat

What you won't hear on Mann Ki Baat

'Modi maintains what has been called a 'strategic silence' on controversial topics,' points out Amulya Ganguli.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Narendra D Modi has asked those who listen to his weekly monologue on radio, Mann Ki Baat, to send him suggestions on the subjects on which, they think, he should dwell. In response, Rahul Gandhi, in his freshly-minted naughty mood, mentioned unemployment, rapes in Haryana, Doklam, etc obviously to rile the prime minister. It is unlikely that the ..., 1 month ago

'Happy to be free now', says Hadiya

Kerala-based Hadiya, an alleged victim of love jihad, today expressed happiness at being "free now," days after the Supreme Court set aside a Kerala High Court order annulling her marriage with a Muslim man. "I am happy to be free now," she said after ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago What was wrong in converting to Islam, asks Hadiya  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

MBAs from other colleges can experience academic life at IIMA

In a first, MBA students studying in various colleges across the country can experience life at premier B-school the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Under the Graduate Summer School (GSS) initiative introduced this year and conceptualized by the ...
 DNA1 month ago

Indian scientists develop world’s thinnest material with novel technique

How thin can the thinnest material be? It can be 100,000 times thinner than a sheet of paper. You may not be able to imagine or see with naked eyes such material, but this is what a group of Indian scientists have done. They have synthesi s ed a ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

How social media is ruining your child's sleep

Excessive use of social media is responsible for a shorter sleep duration says study. According to a recent study published in a journal named Acta Paediatrica, the excessive use of social media can lead to reduced sleeping hours among children. The research was conducted among the Canadian students aged between 11-20 years which revealed a dose-response relation between the over-use of social media and the shorter sleep duration among ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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