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Mani Shankar Aiyar calls Modi a 'neech aadmi', stokes debate on caste
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Mani Shankar Aiyar calls Modi a 'neech aadmi', stokes debate o...

Surat : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday attacked Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar for calling him a "neech jaati" (low caste) man and said by this he has insulted all the Gujaratis who will give a befitting reply to the Congress by voting for the ... Sify, 6 days ago

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Airtel acquires strategic stake in Juggernaut Books

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel, one of Indias largest telecommunications service providers, announced on Monday that it has acquired a strategic stake in Juggernaut Books, a popular digital platform to discover and read high quality, affordable books and to submit ...
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Of Indira, Of India!

'It is from her that present-day political stalwarts continue to draw lessons on testing the limits of Constitutional democracy, and whose slogans even her party's staunchest opponents imitate even after over 30 years of her death,' says Veenu Sandhu. IMAGE: 'A sizeable chunk of India's current population was born after Indira Gandhi's death. Few of them know what India was like under her. But the ones who do remember it only too well.'The then prime minister with Pranab Mukherjee. November ...
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The Truth and Myth of Indira Gandhi

'It has even been suggested that Modi and Amit Shah, however grudgingly, harbour admiration for her controlling streak and steely resilience,' says Sunil Sethi. IMAGE: Indira Gandhi with Mother Teresa It is an inescapable irony that in the year the Congress celebrates Indira Gandhi's birth centenary, the fortunes of the family firm she properly founded are at a particularly low ebb, reduced to a woeful presence in Parliament and bruised by a succession of election defeats. What would the ...
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Oratory, nationalism and a debate gone populist

Trapped in Left-Right binaries, a promising debate on nationalism descended to populism at the Bangalore Litfests Sunday finale. But in that cacophony of oratorial oneupmanship, a message struggled to emerge: That nationalism had to be inclusive, and a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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