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China’s grand geopolitical project threatens a new East-West...

The recent Belt and Road Forum in Beijing ushered in a new phase in China’s global repositioning . In his opening speech China’s president, Xi Jinping, reaffirmed the importance of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a massive investment project ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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Aadhaar is against Arthashastra, Hadith and Bible

Justice Bobde underlines that the 'Arthashastra prohibits entry into others' house, without the owner’s consent’. He also observes that, 'In Christianity, we find the aspiration to live without interfering in the affairs of others in the text of the Bible', while the Hadith 'makes it reprehensible to read correspondence between others', writes Gopal Krishna. The third in a 7-part series. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. In his 40-page order as part of the unanimous verdict ...
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Former spy chiefs want Indo-Pak cricketing ties resumed. Do you agree?

Two former spy chiefs of India and Pakistan, Amarjit Singh Dulat, the former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), and General (retd) Ehsanul Haq, the former director general of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), have urged the two countries to resume playing cricket in order to strengthen diplomatic ties.   At a talk organised by South Asia Centre, London School of Economics' (LSE) Pakistan Development Society and the South Asia Future Forum in London, the two former spy ...
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40% of current jobs in India will vanish in the next five years

The kind of jobs that will last in future are creative, people-led and social. These are the jobs that automation can’t take away. Indian industry experts predict that technology will take away over half the jobs that are repetitive and don’t add value in the next five years. “We have to create jobs and skilling is one route and there are other routes as well. Today technology is impacting anything which is a standardised job. A job that is repetitive and doesn’t add ...
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Prime Minister Modi urges Japan for more business, restaurant chains in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 14 September said that Japan invested USD 4.7 billion in India during 2016-2017, which is 80 per cent higher than the last year, while addresing the India-Japan summit meet here. Prime Minister Modi further said that ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Why US won't declare Pak a 'terrorist State'

'Can the US be persuaded to embark on a path of calibrated and stronger sanctions on Pakistan?''India will have to realistically base its strategy on getting the US to reduce/end its financial aid and supply of military equipment to Pakistan,' says Ambassador G Parthasarathy, former high commissioner to Pakistan. When 250 Indians perished in the bomb blasts that rocked Mumbai in March 1993, it soon became clear that the entire episode had been executed by Dawood Ibrahim's notorious 'D ...
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Premium FAR, recipe for congestion

Now close to retirement, Shankar Rao had always harboured a faint hope: Owning a flat in the city, an eventual end to long stays in rented houses. But that plan just got beyond Rao's modest means. The 'premium' Floor Area Ratio (FAR) proposed in the State's ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Southeast Asian states say Korea standoff threatens global peace

* ASEAN statement tougher in tone than previously * But rejects U.S. request to downgrade ties with Pyongyang * North Korea aims to develop nuclear-tipped ICBM * N.Korea foreign minister due to join talks in Manila By Manuel Mogato MANILA, Aug 5 (Reuters) - ...
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Separatist funding: NIA raids Geelani aide in Jammu

IMAGE: NIA officials conduct a raid at the residence of Devinder Singh Behl, a close aide of separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, in Jammu on Sunday.Photograph: PTI Photo Widening its probe in the terror funding case, the National Investigation Agency on Sunday searched the office and residence of a lawyer linked to hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani on suspicion of routing funds to separatists from their Pakistan-based handlers. A spokesman for the ...
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Laboratory

Sudeshna Banerjee The National School of Drama has strongly impacted the entertainment industry and serious theatre with its great actors and directors. It has also put India on the global stage. Sudeshna Banerjee reports At Bahawalpur House, in the heart of ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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