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Zakir Naik slams Centre's ban on IRF, says will fight back

[India], Nov. 25 (ANI): Criticising the Centre's decision to declare the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) run by controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, as an "outlawed organisation" under the anti-terror law for its ... Sify, 2 months ago

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Supreme Court verdict shifts focus to TN floor test

The problem for OPS lies in the fact that most party MLAs believe Sasikala's clan was the force behind their obtaining the party nomination as much as it was Jaya's charisma that won them their seats in the May 2016 assembly polls, N Sathiya Moorthy points out. IMAGE: Tamil Nadu's caretaker chief minister, O Pannerselvam. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photograph   By setting aside Karnataka high court Judge C Kumaraswamy's acquittal order and restoring trial court Judge John Michael ...
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The Do-gooders

May 31, 1893 is unargu­ab­ly a histo­ric day. On th­is date, two great Indians and visionaries — Swami Vivekananda and Jamsetji Tata — sailed together on a ship from Japan to the US. Both, whose lives would ultimately impact millions of their ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

Saving biodiversity in our backyards

Where are house sparrows these days? They have just become extinct!" is a common rhetoric we hear in the cities. Yet, it is impossible to scientifically assert that they are dwindling in numbers, since there has not been any systematic observation or data ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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It was now or never for Sasikala

Whether or not OPS wanted it, possibly after a time, there might be pressure from within the AIADMK legislature party that he should not quit.In turn, it would have meant that Sasikala, already determined to keep both the party and CM's post for herself, might not be able to do it if she were to wait any longer, says N Sathiya Moorthy. IMAGE: AIADMK General Secretary V K Sasikala leaves after attending the AIADMK legislature party meeting which elected her as its leader at the party ...
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Elections 2017: New worries creep into seemingly healthy Goa

When it comes to the health of its 1.5 million people, sunny, sylvan Goa–India's smallest state by area and the fourth-least populous–does better than most Indian states and best among the five heading into elections, according to an analysis by the ...
 Sify2 weeks ago
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How Jallikattu protests left the State on the backfoot

The governments at the Centre and in the state were unprepared to handle the massive response to the large numbers of people, as they were not aware of the groundswell of public admonition that was against the Establishment, says N Sathiyamoorthy.  IMAGE: Students during a protest to lift the ban on Jallikattu at Marina Beach in Chennai. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo Even as the massive show of people’s peaceful strength across southern Tamil Nadu over the ...
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Has Jallikattu ban revived TN's regional pride?

The Jallikattu issue has revived pan-Tamil political sentiments especially among youths, says N Sathiya Moorthy.   IMAGE: Despite the SC ban, Jallikattu was organised at several places in Tamil Nadu this year. This year's Pongal season has seen the Supreme Court ban on the annual Jallikattu taking a 'pan-Tamil nationalist hue' after protests erupted across the state's southern villages for restoring Tamil Nadu's culture and tradition. With some ...
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Why 'Swastha Bharat' needs the e-health push

The low priority accorded to health care in India has resulted in a vicious cycle of disease, death and destitution. Over 63 million Indians slip into poverty every year as high health care costs drain them of their financial resources. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw points out how the adoption of information and communication technologies can provide India with a very effective health care tool. IMAGE: The dual burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases poses a grave socio-economic challenge.
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Demonetisation may slow down economy: President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee Thursday suggested that the Narendra Modi governments policy of demonetising high-value currency notes could have an adverse impact on economic growth. "Demonetization, while immobilising black money and fighting corruption, may ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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