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Did Kashmir 'abandon' its flood-hit people?
BBC

Did Kashmir 'abandon' its flood-hit people?

Omar Abdullah says the government was caught off-guard, but the BBC's Soutik Biswas considers INooz, 1 week ago

Maldives: SEZs are here but concerns remain

N Sathiya Moorthy 12 September 2014 Analysis In an ambitious legislative move aimed at attracting big-time investments spread across the archipelago, the Maldivian Government of President Abdulla Yameen has got the Parliament to pass a ...
 Observer India7 hours ago

WorldViews: Kashmir's epic floods link India and Pakistan in disaster

In Indian-administered Kashmir, heavy monsoon rains led to surging floodwaters and the deaths of atleast 175 people. Across the disputed border in Pakistani-administered Kashmir, the floods have claimed more than 60lives, in addition to 131 in ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Kashmir's epic floods link India and Pakistan in disaster  Washington Post1 week ago
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Narendra Modi's first 100 days

Article written by Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent More from Soutik Mr Modi has tried to tamp down wild expectations The idea of 100 days in office possibly dates back to US Democrat President ...
 BBC2 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

India Supreme Court declares coal licences illegal

India is one of the largest producers of coal in the world. Photo: Reuters India's Supreme Court has ruled that all coal mining licences awarded between 1993 and 2010 are illegal. Successive governments gave rights to mine coal to state and ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago India coal mining licences 'illegal'  BBC3 weeks ago India SC declares coal licences illegal  Frontier Post3 weeks ago
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A writer's tale of being a drinker in Kerala

Paul Zacharia, writer of more than 50 books of novels, short stories, travelogues and essays, is one of Kerala's leading cultural personalities. He spoke to Soutik Biswas on his relationship with alcohol as the state announced it would institute a ...
 BBC4 weeks ago
BBC

Is India's politics becoming less dynastic?

Article written by Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent More from Soutik The ruling BJP is considered to be less dynastic than the former ruling Congress party Serving up some revealing data on stranglehold of ...
 BBC1 month ago
Outlook India

Time To Play Fast And Loos

When VS Naipaul wrote in 1964, "Indians defecate everywhere. They defecate mostly besides railway tracks...." his description of collective Indian shitting became something of a phrase celebre. Besides achieving some grotesque fame, open air ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Mr Modi, time to play fast and loos  Times of India2 months ago
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