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Dad believes in power of discussions, says Manmohan Singh`s da...

New Delhi: Daman Singh, author and daughter of former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, said on Saturday that her father strongly believed in discussions and debates to resolve any matter. "Since his college days, my father has strongly ..., 1 month ago
Dad believes in the power of discussions: Daman Singh Business Standard India, 1 month ago
New Indian Express

T K A Nair Initiates Mass Cleanliness Drive

KOTTAYAM: In an attempt to spread awareness on the importance of communal harmony and environmental, physical and spiritual cleanliness among the public, the Citizens India Foundation (CIF), a trust focusing on creating awareness on healthcare, ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago

Sant Singh Chatwal sentenced to 3 years probation for violating poll laws in US

New York: Rejecting the prosecution's demand for a jail term, a federal judge here has sentenced prominent Indian-American hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal to three years probation and a USD 500,000 fine on charges of illegally donating thousands of ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago

And The Biggest Economic Surprise of the Year Goes To...

Six years beyond the onset of global crisis and the lamentation seems louder: pundits are increasingly perplexed by the planet's prolonged period of perpetual perturbations. We're living through a period replete with surprises -- weather issues, ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 week ago

Perils of mixing religion and politics

THE government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced its first crisis since it took office six months ago over an abusive remark by one of its ministers, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti. A katha vachak (raconteur of tales from Hindu mythology) — ...
 New Straits Times2 weeks ago

Sinha enclave barb at CM

Nazirhat (Cooch Behar), Dec. 11: State BJP president Rahul Sinha today criticised Mamata Banerjee at a public meeting here for her efforts to take credit for the exchange of enclaves between India and Bangladesh. The BJP leader said now that the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

SAARC's make or break moment

The game of one-upmanship by India and Pakistan, the two leading countries of SAARC, is likely to do immense harm to the cause of the poverty-ridden South Asian region, where concerted efforts at regional cooperation could be crucial in shaping its ...
 New Age Bangladesh3 weeks ago

SAARC Hostage to Political Polemics

By Arun Srivastava BEING a good public orator and having a diplomatic oratory skill are two different things. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is yet to accomplish the later. He might have swayed the Indian voters through his oratory during the Lok ...
 Navhind Times3 weeks ago
India Today

CBI after Ranjit Sinha

By the time this column appears, an eminently forgettable chapter in the history of the CBI should have come to an end. I feel sorry that the current CBI chief, Ranjit Sinha, will go unsung, although his choice by the UPA government was justified ...
 India Today4 weeks ago

Mystery Shrouds Powers-be that Allowed Anderson to Flee

, when Congress stalwart, the late Arjun Singh, who was once the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh got up to speak in the Rajya Sabha on Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson's stealthy exit from Bhopal and then India on a December night in 1984, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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