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Three-day NRI conclave begins in Agra today

The State government has invited NRIs from Uttar Pradesh only A three-day conclave of Uttar Pradesh NRIs will begin in Agra on Monday with the Akhilesh Yadav government hoping to bridge communication gaps, forge better ties and bonds, and ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

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Hindu Business Line

Adolescents with built-in resilience

Gawky, unable to express their feelings, and suppressed by local communities that decree that girls should be seen but not heard, rural adolescents have it tough in their growing-up years. On radio and television they see other young girls boldly ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

UP to bring new tourism policy

Lucknow, Jan 18: With an aim to promote tourism in the state, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's Government is all set to give tourism an industry status by bringing a new Tourism policy that will not only sell religious and heritage places of Uttar ...
 Newshence.com3 weeks ago

The Ghosts of Ayodhya

It is a profound tragedy that none of those responsible for willfully demolishing the mosque in full view of the world and irreversibly damaging the secular fabric and image of the country have not only gone unpunished for their crimes against the ...
 Kashmir Times4 weeks ago

The ghosts of Ayodhya

He does not make men like Harsh Mander too often. Every time one's belief in India's fabled tolerance and magnanimity as a nation comes under strain a tad bit, every time one finds it restored because of noble, selfless and generous spirits like ...
 Arab News4 weeks ago
The Hindu

There is a rumble in the rubble

The VHP's heightened pitch for a Ram temple in Ayodhya might be a bid on its part to retain relevance, but it will also give the organisationally weak BJP communal traction in U.P. Twenty-three years after the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya was ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
India Today

Muslims in Agra threaten to retaliate if stones continue to arrive in Ayodhya

Muslim groups in Agra are claiming that the ruling Samajwadi Party and Bharatiya Janata Party are working in tandem to marginalise the Muslims in the state, and they will reciprocate if events in Ayodhya are not checked Stones have arrived for ...
 India Today1 month ago

Demolition drives

In a late night demolition drive on the night of 12th/13th December, the Railway authorities razed more than 500 shanties in the Shakur Basti area in West Delhi, in which a baby died. As a result hundreds of women and children had to spend the night ...
 ARY News.tv2 months ago
The Hindu

The musclemen of Hindutva

After working in the shadows of other Sangh organisations for many years, the Bajrang Dal courted the limelight this December 6. A close look at its birth, evolution and activity. Twenty-three years after it was banned following the demolition ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A play in five acts

Shortly after the 2014 Indian elections, I wrote that although the new prime minister, Narendra Modi, was "an economic modernizer, in cultural terms he remains a prisoner of the reactionary (not to say medievalist) mindset of the R[ashtriya] ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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