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Udta Punjab: Conservative's miscalculation, liberal's fantasy
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Udta Punjab: Conservative's miscalculation, liberal's fantasy

'Is there a connection between the way we pitched the entire issue of Udta Punjab's censorship and the apologetic, full-of-very-specific-answers tone of the movie?Maybe it's just me, but as an Indian liberal, I am more scared of us liberals than I am of the average Indian conservative bloke,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: 'Maybe it's just me,' says Sreehari Nair, 'but perhaps if we could -- now that the vapours of the issue have settled down -- just sit back and honestly think about Udta Punjab ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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China downplays report of transgression at Arunachal border

Downplaying reports of scuffles between Indian and Chinese troops during People’s Liberation Army troops’ transgression into Arunachal Pradesh, China on Thursday said it was committed to peace and tranquility at the border areas. “We have noted that the Indian official has clarified the situation saying that there is no transgression as reported in the media,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing on Thursday replying to a question on reports of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago China rejects reports of incursion in Arnuchal by its troops  Rediff.com2 months ago
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'I have become more fearless'

'I will continue my fight against AFSPA, while seeking more interaction and engagement with the people of Manipur.' 'Those who agree with me can join me.' 'Those who do not agree with me, just release me.'  Iconic rights activist Irom Sharmila on the highs and lows of her long fast, why she gave it up and her future plans.  IMAGE: Irom Sharmila in her room at the special ward at the government-run Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences Hospital, Imphal. Photograph: Chitra ...
 Rediff.com25 minutes ago Fast ends, but Sharmila's fight continues  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Tax, spend and be doomed: A lesson from France

GST will make it easier for governments to spend more, says T C A Srinivasa Raghavan. Image: A labourer pushes a handcart loaded with sacks containing tea packets, towards a supply truck at a wholesale market in Kolkata; Photograph: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters The art of taxation consists in so plucking the goose as to obtain the largest possible amount of feathers with the smallest possible amount of hissing. Thus spake the French Finance Minister Jean-Baptiste Colbert in the 17th ...
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Khaleda Zia gets bail in sedition case

In a relief to Bangladesh’s former premier and Opposition leader Khaleda Zia, a court on Wednesday granted her bail in nine cases, including one for sedition and others for a deadly transport blockade. Metropolitan Sessions Judge Kamrul Hossain Mollah granted Zia bail in the sedition case filed by a Supreme Court lawyer over her remarks against liberation war martyrs. Speaking at a discussion on December 21 last year, 70-year-old Zia had ‘expressed doubts’ about the casualty ...
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Why August 9, 1953 casts a dark shadow over Kashmir

On that day, Sheikh Abdullah, political anchor of J&K's accession with the Indian Union, was unceremoniously removed from power and put behind bars; causing a tectonic emotional breach and setting off disastrous fault lines between Srinagar and New Delhi and its effects continue to this day, says Mohammad Sayeed Malik. It was on this fateful day, August 9 in 1953 that the Indian State sowed the proverbial wind in Kashmir and the country continues to reap the whirlwind for the past 63 ...
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Tim Kaine nominated as Democratic Party's Vice Presidential candidate

Democrats gathered in Philadelphia formally selected Tim Kaine as their US vice presidential candidate on Wednesday, completing the party's ticket for the November election. IMAGE: A delegate poses with his buttons at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. Photograph: Charles Mostoller/Reuters Kaine, a 58-year-old senator from the battleground state of Virginia, was nominated by voice vote, setting the stage for his address to the convention later in the evening.
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Foreign spy agency mobilised funds for Dhaka cafe attack: Report

An intelligence agency of a foreign country mobilsed funds for the Dhaka cafe attack which was carried out on behalf of a top fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader who is on death row after being convicted for 1971 war crimes in Bangladesh, according to a media report. The funds for the Gulshan terror attack that left 22 people dead was mobilised by the secret service of a country on behalf of death row convict and fundamentalist Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mir Quasem Ali, whose final ...
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'Modi must say Zakir Naik is spreading hatred'

'The prime minister should come out and say Zakir Naik is spreading hatred, Praveen Togadia is spreading hatred, Sadhvi Prachi is spreading hatred.''Only then will he be making a strong statement.''Respect the law of the land and let the law take its own course.''You cannot pressurise the investigating agencies just because some TV channels are crying hoarse against Dr Zakir Naik.' IMAGE: Activists of the Shia National Front protest against Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik in Lucknow, July 9, ...
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Why students unions at universities must not be curbed

IMAGE: JNU students protest against the police crackdown on the campus in February. Photograph: PTI The State is trying to curb the students movements, therefore, there are suspicions against some of the Subramanian report on education's recommendations, says Mohammad Sajjad. The Committee for the Evolution of a National Education Policy, headed by former Cabinet secretary T S R Subramanian, submitted its report to the Union human resources development ministry May 27. Even though the 200-page ...
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