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PM Modi, Yogi Adityanath will come up with way to build Ram Mandir in Ayodhya soon: VHP
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PM Modi, Yogi Adityanath will come up with way to build Ram Ma...

Ahead of a public meeting organised by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) here on Tuesday, Surendra Jain, international joint general secretary of VHP said that he believed Prime Minster Narendra Modi along with newly-elected UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ... DNA, 2 months ago

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Govt under fire for not allowing health agency to accept funds

The central government on Monday came under sharp criticism from a leading medical journal for its decision to bar the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) from accepting foreign funding. "It is worrying that at a time when healthcare in India is most in ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Environment Minister Anil Dave passes away

A two-time Rajya Sabha MP from Madhya Pradesh, Dave was known in the BJP as a man gifted with immaculate organisational skills. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi pays his last respects to the mortal remains of Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave at his residence in New Delhi. Photograph: Vijay Verma/PTI Photo Environment Minister Anil Dave, a long-time Rashtriya Swayam Sewak Sangh member best known for crafting the Bharatiya Janata Party strategy to unseat Congress stalwart ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

BSNL’s INMARSAT Based Satellite Phone Service Would Be Now Extended To All Citizens In 2 Years

India is one among those countries which have banned the public usage of satellite phone service, fearing exploitation by terrorists. This ultra defensive safety mechanism is hindering response to disaster management when all conventional mode of ...
 Trak.in3 weeks ago
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Private cos bend it in style, hop onto yoga bandwagon

Many across Corporate India seem to have taken a leaf out of Modi's endorsement of healthy living through yoga. The Narendra Modi government's push to popularise yoga among the public has caught the fancy of even private companies. The International Yoga Day was celebrated across the world on Wednesday and IndiGo, for one, marked it by holding yoga sessions across 39 airports in the country. "For us at IndiGo, being healthy is not just about physical fitness, but it's also about creating ...
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What India expects from its next President

'A President who is a living embodiment of high principles can tone up the entire national fabric,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant. The Presidential sweepstakes have begun with the notification of the Election Commission of India setting the process in motion. India's President is a patently, if not blatantly, ostentatious oddity in a country whose people are yet to be assured of their basic services. He is a person invisible most of the time, cast in the cavernous cage of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

EXCLUSIVE: Loophole allows Uber to avoid UK tax, undercut rivals

By Tom Bergin LONDON (Reuters) - Car service Uber is using a gap in EU and UK tax rules to avoid incurring sales tax on the booking fees it charges drivers in Britain, a practice a senior politician said was unfair to competitors and defied the intent of the ...
 Sify2 weeks ago Loophole allows Uber to avoid UK tax, undercut rivals  Sify2 weeks ago
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A brief guide to official IAS dinners

The IAS, unlike its progenitor the ICS, will bequeath few memories other than those of Chief Secretaries getting raided for disproportionate assets or being voted the most corrupt by their own colleagues. But as the service now heads for an inevitable merger ...
 Sify1 month ago

How India drowned Pakistan's voice in America

The start of Indian-American lobbying in the US can be directly traced back to Pakistan's anti-India lobbying.Policy wonk Ashok Sharma documents the journey of Indian lobbying and its role in transforming the US-India relationship in his new book. How an 'ISI spy' pushed anti-India agenda in Washington Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Not long ago, the Pakistan lobbying was accustomed to steamrolling over the weak Indian lobby in Washington. But since 9/11 terrorists attacks, Capitol ...
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How Pakistani media reacted to Khulbhushan Jadhav's sentence

The Indian government called the death sentence handed out to Kulbhushan Jadhav, an act of pre-meditated murder. Jadhav was arrested by Pakistan in March last year for being a spy and acting as an agent of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). At a trial by ...
 Sify2 months ago
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