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In an aggressive mien, far removed from his image of being a pacifist, PM Nehru was firm with UNCIP officials telling them exactly where to get off on Pakistan’s Janus-faced perfidy of an unwarranted invasion, scuttling the call for any UN sponsored ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago

Dalai Lama snub and India's plans to reset China ties

'If, as appears to be the case, India is on way to 'mending fences' with China, and China is equally desirous to 'reset' the relationship, this could be a self-reflexive moment in India's positioning vis-a-vis not just the Dalai Lama, but also the Tibetan issue and China as a whole,' points out China expert Alka Acharya. IMAGE: The Dalai Lama during his visit to Arunachal Pradesh in April 2017. His Holiness stopped between Tawang and Bomdila to consecrate the Thupsung Dhargyeling monastery in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Neelabh Mishra Editor-in-chief of National Herald passes away

Senior journalist and Editor-in-chief of National Herald newspaper Neelabh Mishra passed away on February 24 in Chennai. The 57-year-old journalist, who was critically ill with complications resulting from non-alcoholic liver cirrhosis, was admitted to Apollo ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

PM's speech: Passing off WhatsApp forwards as facts

'Those who have followed politics even when there was no Twitter know what the word 'jumlebaaz' means,' says Utkarsh Mishra. IMAGE: Mahatma Gandhi flanked by his closest disciples, Jawaharlal Nehru and Vallabhbhai Patel. I never knew our prime minister gets so angry when he is restrained from doing what he knows, and does, the best -- giving bhashan. A little of the usual pandemonium by the Opposition in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, February 7, that disrupted his speech on the motion of thanks ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

1,400 years on, the Padmavati war continues

Vinod Mirani Thankfully, the Padmaavat controversy will end this week as far as the film industry is concerned as the film finally sees the light of day at cinemas. Looks like the issue of how Padmavati, the revered—fictional or otherwise—queen of ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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