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'If not mother, will you salute Afzal Guru?': Venkaiah Naidu on 'Vande Mataram' row
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'If not mother, will you salute Afzal Guru?': Venkaiah Naidu o...

New Delhi: After a mayor in Uttar Pradesh ruled that singing of national song, 'Vande Mataram', before local body meetings was not necessary, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday asked if not the motherland, should they salute Afzal Guru. Wondering as to ... Sify, 1 week ago

Opposition pursuing anti-national agenda over renaming of Dyal Singh College

[India], Nov 24 (ANI): There is neither a legal or a technical issue with the name Vandemataram Mahavidyalaya, the chairman of Dyal Singh College said at a press conference on Friday Chairman of the governing body of Dyal Singh College and Supreme Court ...
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55 years ago: They fought to the last man for India

On November 18, 1962, 114 soldiers of the 13th Kumaon fought till the last man, and last bullet, in sub-zero temperatures, to beat back the huge Chinese army. We salute the Heroes of Rezang La. IMAGE: An Indian soldier stands guard over makeshift forts which have been hastily built in Ladakh during the India-China war in 1962. Photograph: Radloff/Three Lions/Getty Images India may have lost the 1962 war with China, but it was not completely a saga of defeat. Hamstrung by an indecisive ...
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Don't need to stand up in movie halls to prove patriotism: SC

People do not need to stand up in cinema halls to prove their patriotism and 'cannot be forced to carry patriotism on their sleeves', the Supreme Court said on Monday, asking the Centre to consider amending the rules to regulate the playing of the national anthem before a film. The top court also observed that it cannot be assumed that if a person does not stand up for the national anthem, then he is 'less patriotic'.   Observing that the society did not need ...
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SC asks Govt to consider regulating playing of national anthem

The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to consider amending the national flag code for regulating the playing of national anthem in cinema halls across the country. A bench, comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y ...
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Return of 'displaced persons' can restore normalcy: Swaraj on Rohingya crisis

IMAGE: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj hands over some memorabilia of the 1971 liberation war to Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to be displayed in museums.Photograph: ANI India and Bangladesh today discussed the common challenge of terrorism and resolved to fight the scourge together even as New Delhi reaffirmed its status as a reliable development partner of Dhaka. "We are both determined to protect our societies from the threat of ideologies of ...
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Communism slowly chokes Hong Kong

[China], Oct 4 (ANI): Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997 on the premise of the "one country, two systems" framework. However, there is growing frustration in the former British colony as that policy inexorably heads towards "one country, one system".
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