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Drug hunt by excise; Rs 10 lakh worth hashish oil seized in Thrissur
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Drug hunt by excise; Rs 10 lakh worth hashish oil seized in Th...

Thrissur: Excise officers seized more than half a kilogram of hashish oil which was brought targeting the students. They arrested two persons in connection with the case. Also a new bike without registration, which was used to smuggle the hashish oil and ... Mathrubhumi, 3 weeks ago

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'Delhi must take the first step for a solution in Kashmir'

'It is not possible that Kashmir will go totally to one country.''I don't see borders being changed anytime even in the distant future.' Robin Raphel -- the first United States assistant secretary of state for South Asia and Central Asia affairs -- was an American diplomat Indian diplomats of the 1990s despised. They felt Raphel talked down to India, they alleged that she meddled in Kashmir and claimed she was pro-Pakistan. Two decades after her stint in the US state department, Raphel's name ...
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'India must talk to Kashmiri militants'

'In a complex conflict like Kashmir, you can't just ignore the militants when you talk of a permanent solution.' Two decades after she held office as the first United States assistant secretary of state for South Asia and Central Asia affairs, Robin Raphel perhaps remains the most disliked American diplomat at India's ministry of external affairs. Indian diplomats thought Raphel meddled excessively in Kashmir and believed she was pro-Pakistan. Raphel -- who also served as an advisor to then ...
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'India and Pakistan need to get along'

'Whatever the two countries are doing these days, on the diplomatic front and on their borders, that hostility is not sustainable.''Today's world doesn't approve it.' Image: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with then Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif on his arrival in Lahore in a surprise visit in December 2015 to attend Sharif’s grand-daughter’s wedding. Photograph: PTI Photo. Former US diplomat, ambassador, and Central Intelligence Agency analyst Robin Lynn Raphel was her ...
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