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Hugs and prayers at Manmohan Singh's home after SC verdict

Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh heaved a sigh of relief as he watched TV channels play out news that the Supreme Court had stayed summons against him in the Coalgate case. Two of Dr Singh's  three daughters were present in court today when the verdict was announced. Dr Singh waited for his daughters to return from the apex court and as they returned home with the good news, they hugged their mother Gursharan Kaur and then touched their father's feet.The verdict comes as a huge relief for Dr ... Rediff.com, 21 hours ago

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Hindustan Times, 2 months ago

Bloody Indian not allowed in Hawaizaada

You may have heard it in every film that has been made on the theme of Colonial India from Manmohan Desai's Mard to Ashutosh Gowariker's Lagaan . Somewhere or the other the Britishers in Indian films are bound to refer to Indian as 'bloody Indians' No more ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 months ago 'Bloody' Indian Not Allowed  Pink Villa2 months ago 'Bloody' Indian not allowed in Hawaizaada  India FM2 months ago

Land Bill not yet a done deal

Amit Shah delivers once again for Team Modi, but sterner test awaits government in Rajya Sabha Dubai: One hurdle crossed. But a major one still looms. In a nutshell, that is where the Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre stands right now ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

The AAP Avalanche, An Unheroic Expedition and the Lull After the Storm

The results of the Delhi polls have left the losing candidates, their campaign managers and analysts stunned. Those who have managed to recover early from shock have compared it variously with a catastrophe akin to an earthquake, landslide, cyclone ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Elephant in the Dhaka room is Teesta

Mamata Banerjee Dhaka, Feb. 19: Will she? Won't she? Ahead of Mamata Banerjee's 48-hour visit to Bangladesh, the moot point in Dhaka is whether the Bengal chief minister will soften her stand on sharing the Teesta waters. If Mamata does ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

2 target killers, 40 gangsters held: CPO

Rawalpindi - Police during comprehensive raids in Rawalpindi and Karachi have arrested two alleged target killers for their involvement in murder of four people in the city. The two accused identified as Naveed Hassan alias M Asif alias Faisal, son ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
DNA India

Post US President Barak Obama visit, India-Pakistan bonhomie begins

PM Modi called up his counterpart Nawaz Sharif informing him India's foreign secretary will visit SAARC nations, including Pakistan Will Modi's latest move help take India-Pak dialogue forward A day after Pakistan high commissioner to ...
 DNA India1 month ago
Rediff.com

10 things we did as kids during Valentine's Day

Oh, the innocence! India was introduced to Valentine's Day relatively recently. Barely 20-25 years ago, most of us hadn't even heard of V-Day nor did we know why it is celebrated in several parts of the world. Let's not get into the origins of this day -- we can broadly agree it has everything to do with St Valentine and love. But if you were in your teens in the Nineties when India, in the wake of Dr Manmohan Singh's economic liberalisation programme, chances are you will remember doing ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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