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Experience India through these awe-inspiring pics

Readers share their travel pics. You can share yours too! #India-Photos First up we have Arun Khanna's mind-blowing mirror image reflection. He shot his pic on his way to Turtuk in Ladakh.    Arun Khanna captioned this pic: 'I shot this photo while travelling the Batalik region of Ladakh. The previous crop had been harvested and the step farms were being readied for the oncoming sowing season.'   'Another passing moment' captured beautifully by Debmalya ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Modi needs to calm down India's north east urgently

'If the nub of India's sensitivity over the Chinese presence in Doklam is the enhanced threat to the Siliguri Corridor, a vital link to the northeast, does it serve the national purpose to have the districts along it, and then much of the tribal northeast, in turmoil?' asks Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Soldiers on the streets of Darjeeling after the indefinite bandh called by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha demanding a separate Gorkhaland state.Photograph: PTI Photo The past few weeks have exposed us to ...
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There's terrorism in Pak, but not state-sponsored: Chinese media on Swaraj's UNGA address

Terming as 'arrogant' External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's scathing attack on Islamabad at the UN for being the pre-eminent terror factory, a state-run Chinese daily on Tuesday in a grudging admission said 'there is indeed terrorism in Pakistan'. "India and Pakistan became free within hours of each other. Why is it that today India is a recognised IT superpower in the world, and Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror?", ...
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Where Sri Lanka beats India

Nearly two million people die from mosquito-borne diseases every year.What are we doing about it?What ails India's public health policies? IMAGE: A street hawker covers her face during a round of municipal organised fumigation for mosquitoes in Mumbai. Photograph: Arko Dutta/Reuters. Here’s a quiz: What’s killed more human beings than any other disease, famine or world war?You won’t be surprised by the answer: A mosquito bite.   Despite the advances in modern medicine, ...
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The struggle for Gorkhaland won't end soon

'When I look at the faces of people around me, they have a certain energy, as if unemployment, food scarcity and infrastructural breakdown are small sacrifices for our agitation for Gorkhaland,' a Gorkha based in Delhi tells Geetanjali Krishna. He is the unknown soldier who patrols Indian borders. He painstakingly plucks the tea we drink, two leaves and a bud at a time. His is a stoic mountain dweller who can lift any load and climb the steepest mountain. Yet, the Gorkha is more than the sum ...
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Sledging not compulsory, Dhoni never did that: Saha

'I liked Adam Gilchrist from childhood -- both his batting and keeping style. I think of him as an ideal 'keeper.' IMAGE: Wriddhiman Saha celebrates scoring a century. Photograph: WICB Media/Randy Brooks of Brooks Latouche Photography Wriddhiman Saha wears his reticence like a badge of honour and, quite like his predecessor Mahendra Singh Dhoni, doesn't believe in sledging opposition batsmen."I haven't seen MS Dhoni sledge ever. So it is not compulsory that you have to sledge. Sometimes we can ...
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Inside the miserable world of India's domestic workers

'We eat first, they later; we sit on chairs and they on the floor; we call them by their names and they address us by titles.' 'There’s a real feeling that the employers are “big people,” and it’s going to be difficult to get police to take their complaints seriously.' Image: between 1991 and 2001 there was a 120 per cent increase in the numbers of domestic help.Sumana Barman, 11, a child labourer washes utensils at a house in the northeastern city of Siliguri, West ...
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India's military power at LAC rattles China

'India's military posture has become significantly stronger than China's on the 3,500-kilometre Line of Actual Control.''This is enhancing confrontation between the two sides,' points out Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: Indian and Chinese soldiers attend the celebrations to mark the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China at the India-China border, about 41 km from Tawang district in Arunachal Pradesh, October 1, 2009. Photograph: Utpal Baruah/Reuters What motives underlie the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Does India need to be invaded by China to wake up?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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