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Pak denies consular access for Kulbhushan Jadhav again
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'Travesty of logic' to link Jadhav with civilian prisoners:Pak...

Pakistan today said that it was "travesty of logic" to link the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav with civilian prisoners, a day after India sought early consular access to its national sentenced to death by a military court. "Indian attempt to equate Commander ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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5-yr wait for surrogacy too long for those who marry late: Par panel

The five-year waiting period for couples to avail surrogacy is not only a breach of reproductive rights but also impairs chances of wannabe parents who marry late and want to go for assisted techniques, a parliamentary committee has said. The panel, which ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Half dividend, full fallacy: RBI implies Modi & Urjit Patel got demonetisation wrong

With every passing day and the release of new macroeconomic datum, Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's demonetisation move is being established as a historical blunder. The reduction of dividend by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to the government to Rs 30,659 ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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A conquest that would be the crown in Kohli's dream run

Team India has won its second straight series on Sri Lankan soil and eighth straight overall. Weare one short of Australia's all-time streak of nine. Most of these wins happen to be on homesoil and one is on the soil of the relatively weak West Indies. Sri ...
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Keeping married women out of JAG is hostile discrimination: HC

Not recruiting married women in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) arm of the Indian Army amounts to "hostile and 100 per cent discrimination", the Delhi High Court said today. The observation by a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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'Nation building can't be done by people on sabbatical'

'We do not want people who are air dropped and who fly out once the job is done.''Ever since liberalisation started, we keep on hearing that it's going to be jobless growth.''This speaks of the failure of the foreign returned policy makers.' 'When questions are raised, answers should be given and not a resignation.' The Swadeshi Jagran Manch had been quite critical of the NITI Aayog ever since it supported genetically modified crops. It had also been critical of Dr Arvind Panagariya, the Niti ...
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For Haryana BJP, it is 'Beta Bachao' in Vikas Barala's case

Chandigarh : Every time the law is violated, there is one set of rules for the common man and another for the privileged class and their spoilt brats. The incident in which the daughter of a senior Haryana IAS officer was stalked, wrongly restrained, ...
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'WannaCrypt' hero to pay $ 30,000 for bail, faces 40 years in prison

San Francisco: The 23-year-old British cyber security expert who was arrested in the US on charges of banking malware fraud has been granted bail under conditions that he pay $30,000 and not leave the country. However, Marcus Hutchins who was hailed as a hero ...
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Bombay HC Accuses Maharashtra Govt. of Being Biased Towards Kaali-Peeli Taxis

It seems that traditional kaali-peeli taxis plying in Mumbai are in serious trouble. On one hand, they are vehemently opposing the new rule for installing GPS in their taxis. On the other hand, Bombay High Court has accused Maharashtra Govt. of being partial ...
 Trak.in2 weeks ago
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How to make Money from Growing Old

Senior living services, Tara Singh Vachani tells Anjuli Bhargava, could be a big business opportunity in India.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com   What do you do when all possible choices in life are open before you? You can choose to live a life of privilege and indulgence -- as many in similar situations have done -- or be like Tara Singh Vachani. The 30-year-old third child of Max Group founder Analjit Singh has chosen a path not many in a similar situation would choose on their ...
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