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Fifth column: Of cows and caste
The list of atrocities on Dalits is shamefully long. The images were so haunting that you did not need to be Dalit to be horrified. When I saw the video of the skinny, half-naked me [...]
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Across the aisle: Defend the land, win over the people
Fresh incidents occur in the Valley every day. (AP Photo) The protests in the Kashmir valley continue for the third week, There is curfew in many parts of the Valley. Fresh incident [...]
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President, PM condole Raza's death
New Delhi, Jul 23: President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condoled the demise of legendary painter S H Raza. In a message to poet Ashok Vajpeyi, Raza's close friend, Mukherjee said, "In his death, the nation has lost [...]
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Out of my mind: Self-goal heroes
The BJP is obviously climbing a steep learning curve. At the onset of the Monsoon Session of Parliament the government could have done without the Arunachal Pradesh decision and the [...]
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Inside Track: Akalis play spoiler
Navjot Singh Sidhu. (File Photo) The BJP leadership was not caught unawares by Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation from the Rajya Sabha. For months, the party had tried to appease Si [...]
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News Flash: Rajnath Singh meets BJP and PDP leaders in J&K
Bengaluru, July 24: Home Minister Rajnath Singh is meeting delegations of political parties in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, today. Get all the latest national and international news updates of Sunday, July 24 here: {image-rajnath-singh-24-1469328247.jpg www.oneindia.com} 10.15 am: Shameful, we have zero [...]
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Trump disruption
The just-concluded convention of the Republican Party in Cleveland, Ohio was anything but conventional. The principal purpose of the nominating conventions is to signal party unity by putting aside personal differences and policy arguments that animated t [...]
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Police rescues Kenyan woman in Delhi
New Delhi, Jul 22: A Kenyan woman who was confined illegally by two African nationals, has been rescued by the police from Rajpur Khurd in south Delhi's Mehrauli area following a complaint from a Kenyan embassy official, police said today. A [...]
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Brand Rajini
Once there was an actor who quit a stable job as a bus conductor to explore life in cinema. He started with minor roles, played the villain, graduated to character roles, moved on to playing the hero, and then transformed into a superstar. Somewhere along [...]
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A first, but big step
The Maharashtra government has done well not to give in to pressure to rollback its decision to delist fruits and vegetables from the state’s Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act. Delisting basically allows companies or traders to buy produce [...]
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Assam assembly urges CM to avail Z+ security
Guwahati, July 22: Expressing concern over the chief minister's security, the ruling and opposition members in the Assam assembly on Friday requested Sarbananda Sonowal to accept Z+ security cover considering the threat perception in the state.Sonowal, who has been refusing to [...]
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Jharkhand House MLAs plant saplings
Ranchi, July 22: Legislators of Jharkhand Assembly today planted saplings while Governor Droupadi Murmu and Chief Minister Raghubar Das renewed their appeals to the people to make the ongoing plantation of one crore saplings a success by July 31. As the [...]
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PCA Act: Pay a fine of Rs 10-50; get away with beating, kicking, over-riding, torturing any animal
A research study suggests that animal abusers are five times more likely than non-abusers to commit other violent crimes like rape and murder. (Source: Express Archive) In March thi [...]
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Paradox of change
Ahmedabad: Women members of Dalit Community carry a portrait of BR Ambedkar as they block the traffic during a protest in Ahmedabad on Wednesday against the assault on dalit members by cow pr [...]
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Missing IAF plane: Parrikar likely to visit Chennai
Chennai, Jul 23:  Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar is likely to visit Tambaram air base near Chennai today after an AN 32 aircraft of the Indian Air Force went missing with 29 personnel on board. Parrikar, who was briefed by IAF chief [...]
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News flash: Indian aid worker, Judith Dsouza abducted in Kabul rescued
Bengaluru, July 23: 9 people were killed after a gunman opened fire in a mall in Munich. The shooter was allegedly shot down by officials. Meanwhile, Indian aid worker Judith Dsouza, who was abducted in Kabul last month has been rescued. [...]
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Aiming it wrong
Mother of Tabish Bhat,16, whose eye was damaged after forces fired pellets at him during a protest shows his damaged eye as he rests on a hospital bed in Srinagar, Kashmir, Wednesday, July 13 [...]
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Did the AN-32 face a catastrophic threat to vanish suddenly?
Chennai, July 22: Only a catastrophic accident in a "no talk/radio zone" or "dead zone" could destroy an aircraft suddenly, said an experienced pilot with the Indian defence forces, after an Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 transport aircraft, with 29 people [...]
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Kashmir protests: Rajnath to visit Valley to find a way forward
New Delhi, July 23: In a bid to douse the fire in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh will begin his two day visit to the state starting on Saturday. Home Ministry officials say that his will be a [...]
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July 23, Forty Years Ago: Connected By Rail
Indian Express front page on July, 22 1976 Railway links between India and Pakistan, snapped since September 6, 1965, were resumed today when the Amritsar-Lahore Express made the in [...]
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Dabbling In Doublespeak
Security forces trying to control the mob in Kashmir valley The conflict zones that mark various corners of India are spilling on to new territory — spaces that are ideologically, [...]
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IAF: Missing AN-32 experienced technical issues earlier in July
Chennai, July 23: The ill-fated AN-32 that went off radar yesterday, with 29 personnel onboard, at 9:30 am is said to have encountered three technical snags earlier this month, despite an overhauling process and an upgrade refit in September last year. [...]
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A ‘Naik’-mare in Pakistan
Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. (File Photo) Zakir Naik’s connection with Pakistan was described, long ago, in the following report. Talking to ARY TV (August 30, 2004) Lahore’s ra [...]
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337 foreign companies registered in last two years: Government
New Delhi, Jul 22 As many as 337 foreign companies were registered in the country in last two years with Maharashtra and Delhi together accounting for nearly 200 of them. {image-arun-jaitley-20-1469015270.jpg www.oneindia.com} Minister of State for Corporate Affairs Arjun Ram Meghwal [...]
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Why Sheila Dikshit is Congress's best bet in Uttar Pradesh
A surprise CM candidate, a new team and finally something resembling a battle plan. [...]
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More than a river
Every time, there is a BJP-led government at the Centre the search for a river that had dried up 4,000 to 5,000 years ago acquires great impetus. Saraswati, the river in question, finds mention in the Rig Veda, Mahabharata, Ramayana and other ancient text [...]
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Client state’s dilemma
ISIS attacked Prophet Muhammad’s mosque in Medina. Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia experienced a series of devastating terrorist operations that have been attributed to the ISIS. [...]
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Lalu again hits out at PM for 'silence' on Dalit atrocities
Patna, Jul 22: RJD supremo Lalu Prasad hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for second successive day today on his "continued silence" on atrocities against Dalits and wondered whether "these incidents are taking place at his instigation." "Auron ki khansi/jukhaam [...]
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