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Should Jains be given the choice to die?
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Should Jains be given the choice to die?

Should India's Jains be given the choice to die? Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 21 August 2015 From the section India A 78-year-old Jain woman who gave up food to prepare for sallekhana in 2008 "You have to understand that for ... BBC, 1 week ago
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Why an Indian state is collecting hair and nails to spite Modi

Why India's Bihar is taking DNA samples to spite Modi Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 12 August 2015 From the section India On Tuesday, the Bihar government launched DNA collection camps in 250 places in the state capital, Patna ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
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The men waging war against pornography in India

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 17 August 2015 From the section India Kamlesh Vaswani says pornography is a "moral cancer" which hurts India's future On his many trips to Internet cafes in the bustling central Indian city of Indore, ...
 BBC1 week ago
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The fear of censorship in Indian media

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 11 August 2015 From the section India Mr Modi prefers to interact with people through social media and radio talks George Bernard Shaw once said that "censorships exist to prevent anyone from ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
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Has Narendra Modi lost the plot?

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 5 August 2015 From the section India Narendra Modi swept to power with an overwhelming majority last year Has India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi lost the plot? This week, his BJP government backed ...
 BBC3 weeks ago
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Ten killed in India police siege

Ten people have died in the Indian state of Punjab after a siege at a police station was brought to an end by security forces. All three attackers were killed, along with seven other people, including the Punjab state police superintendent. The ...
 BBC1 month ago
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Was Aarushi Talwar murder verdict a miscarriage of justice?

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 21 July 2015 From the section India Aarushi Talwar was killed in May 2008 "We are living an unreal life for the past seven years," says Rajesh Talwar. "It is like living in a haze." Talwar and his ...
 BBC1 month ago
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Does India's national anthem extol the British?

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 9 July 2015 From the section India Tagore was the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize for literature More than a century after it was first sung in the eastern city of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), the ...
 BBC1 month ago
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India's 'deadly' medical school exam scandal

From the section India There have been widespread protests against the scam in Madhya Pradesh A medical school admission examinations scandal in India has turned into a veritable whodunit with thousands of arrests, mysterious deaths and the ...
 BBC1 month ago

Indians must pull themselves up by bootstraps to surpass Chinese

By Arunabha Bagchi ,Statesman/Asia News Network It has finally become official. Kaushik Basu, chief economist and senior vice president of the World Bank, has declared India to be the fastest growing economy of the world. We Indians are delighted.
 China Post1 month ago The China Conundrum  The Statesman1 month ago
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