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CWG 2014: Rai wins gold, silver for Narang; Vijender leads boxers charge
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CWG 2014: Rai wins gold, silver for Narang; Vijender leads box...

Glasgow : ‘Pistol King’ Jitu Rai kept his reputation intact by clinching the gold medal before Gagan Narang and Gurpal Singh claimed a silver each to continue the shooters’ heroics while Vijender Singh led the charge in boxing by advancing ... IndiaTV News, 9 hours ago

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The pollution in our heads is making our roads dirty

So how is it that the same men and women that clean and at times even pour buckets of water outside their own doors don’t care about the streets they drive on? Why is it that the sight of a man in a big multi million rupees car rolling the window down ...
 DNA1 month ago The pollution in our heads makes our roads dirty  DNA1 month ago
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Hopes high from Indian shuttlers at Commonwealth Games

India has had four golds at CWG till date, the last two coming from Saina and Jwala/Ashwini at the 2010 edition in Delhi. Prakash Padukone had won the men's singles medal in 1978 which India retained through Syed Modi four years later. Despite top seed ...
 Jagran Post5 days ago
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India's Narendra Modi is considered a wildcard abroad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's real test will be whether he can bring a longer-term vision to India's foreign policy planning, says Ravi Agrawal. Indians want their version of the American Dream. Even the Chinese Dream will do. And so they have voted for a man who promises more for less: more development and growth, with less government and red tape. For India's 1.27 billion dreamers, their new Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a known commodity. His simple mandate is to do for India what ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Amidst swearing-in diplomacy, Deputy NSA takes on conflict entrepreneurs in Pakistan

Deputy National Security Advisor (NSA) Nehchal Sandhu raised doubts that in the garb of swearing-in diplomacy, certain elements in Pakistan might trigger a large scale infiltration attempt at the border to create further tensions between the two ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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Why ultras from South India are fighting in Syria

Agencies like the Tauheed Jammat have been set up in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana to radicalise the youth and recruit them to carry out terror activities in other countries. Vicky Nanjappa reports   Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Telangana have one thing in common. There is a growing clamour in parts of these states to join the fight in Syria. Since 2013 at least 5 persons and their families have gone missing from South India. Radicals from South India are being recruited to fight battles ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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