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PM Modi said he will see, try to open files: Bose kin

Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets the grandnephew of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Surya Kumar Bose in Berlin. (Photo: PTI) ‘Entire Netaji clan wants full disclosure’ The grand nephew of one of India’s well known freedom fighters and Congress leader ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
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Doctors glam up for charity

AIMGA's inaugural charity dinner raises funds for adolescents in India and Australia The Australian Indian Medical Graduates Association (AIMGA) held its successful inaugural charity dinner at Parra Villa on 27 June to raise much needed funds ...
 Indian News Link1 day ago

Jago Hindustani Evokes Nationalism in First U.S. Tour

ANAHEIM, Calif. Patriotic songs and inspirational narratives filled with hope, despair and outrage intertwined with equal intensity as members of the largely Indian American audience were treated to a one-of-a kind production billed as Jago ...
 India-West3 weeks ago
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Amitabh and Aishwarya at Nishka Lulla's engagement

Young, socially popular and talented designer Nishka Lulla, daughter of veteran stylist Neeta Lulla, got engaged to South Mumbai businessman Dhruv Mehra on Sunday. The couple, who will have an intimate destination wedding in Bangkok on June 11, ...
 Times of India1 month ago Amitabh and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan attend Neeta Lulla's daughter's engagement in Mumbai  Times of India1 month ago Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai attend Neeta Lulla's daughter's engagement  Times of India1 month ago PIX: Aishwarya, Amitabh, Nimrat at a wedding brunch  Rediff.com1 month ago
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SHAME: 1 in 4 Indians still practice untouchability

Children sitting inside cement water pipes play on the Marina beach in Chennai. Photograph: Babu/Reuters Sixty-five years after untouchability was abolished, one in four Indians admit to practising it in some form in their homes-- a shocking fact revealed by a pan-India survey that was flagged at a seminar of Dalit intellectuals, writers and academicians in New Delhi. Indians belonging to virtually every religion and caste group, including Muslims, Christians, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago One in four Indians admit to practicing untouchability  Press Trust of India1 month ago One in four Indians admits to practising untouchability: Survey  Pune Mirror1 month ago
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