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Fake news in India is like air pollution in Delhi – toxic, stubborn and growing stronger.
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Bhakti in politics rarely ends well.
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To The Hon'ble Shri Narendra Modi Prime Minister of India Dear Modiji, I would have liked to personally deliver this letter to you, but unfortunately (or fortunately ) I am presently in America, and...
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When will the achievements of this “obscure legend” be recognised?
The levy amount would be for an entire flight and the price of each ticket could go up depending on the number of seats in that particular flight.
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"We support the measures to fight corruption and illicit financial flows in India."
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America has just finished one of its most acrimonious and divisive presidential elections in history. The nation has expended two years, a billion dollars, and tons of energy, only to pick the least b...
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They belong to three Pakistan-based terror groups, according to government sources.
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You just need you Aadhaar card and an internet connection.
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The chili compound, when fired, is thought to cause severe irritation and temporarily immobilise the target.
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There are around 6 million Indian migrants in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Oman.
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A recent study suggested that shoppers who bring reusable bags for their shopping tend to choose organic food. One green action led to another. However, the same people were also most likely to buy ice cream, chips, candy bars and cookies. These shoppers weren't replacing green items with junk. They were just adding junk to the cart. So, how might this apply to our executives and politicians?
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Pitching for greater role of women in the armed forces, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday mooted the idea of raising an all women battalion and stationing of women on warships as the "psycho...
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Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan could be the face of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' as the Centre has written to the actor to "lend his voice and person" to the campaign. The Urban Development ministry had s...
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To check rash driving, the government is considering putting up three-dimensional (3D) paintings on major highways and busy roads to create virtual speed breakers, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadka...
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Kashmir continued to be on the boil on Friday with one more youth getting killed and three others being injured in firing by security forces in Kupwara district to disperse stone-pelting mobs who atta...
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Following the arrest of an alleged agent of India's external intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in Pakistan, accused of illegally entering the country and engaging in subversive...
India couldn't have been in a better position than it is today, thanks to the crash in crude oil prices. The crash has helped the Indian economy at a time when countries like Russia, Taiwan and Brazil are facing recession while China's growth is at a 25-year low. It has helped the Indian government revive three things which are critically important to the economy -- inflation, interest rates and fiscal deficit.
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As Tamil Nadu struggles to get back on its feet after the worst flooding it has seen in decades, actor Siddharth, who is being hailed as a hero for his tireless relief efforts in the state, has painte...
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The status of 'martyr' is not accorded to armed forces personnel who sacrifice their lives on the line of duty and hence cannot be given to the paramilitary forces, government has told the Delhi High...
NEW DELHI -- All ministries were today asked to clearly mention detailed reasons for denial of information sought by people under the RTI Act. They have also been told to cite relevant sections of th...
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NEW DELHI — Slogans of 'sadda haq, aithe rakh' (give us our due) rent the air as protesting ex-servicemen finally called off their fast unto death on Sunday, after assurance from Prime Minister Narend...
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday affirmed that armed forces personnel who retired prematurely will be entitled to 'One Rank One Pension' (OROP) scheme that ensures uniform pension for veterans r...
NEW DELHI—The Indian government has told the Supreme Court that political parties should not be brought under the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act. Terming them 'public authorities', the centre...
Following an uproar on social media, India has partially revoked an order to block hundreds of pornographic websites that they had put in place last week. But, it seems, the outrage wasn't just in the...
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In my opinion, there have been two separate issues muddying analyses of Mr. Modi's first year in power. For one, much of the media has misdirected its focus on largely irrelevant issues, while ignoring those that deserve far greater scrutiny. Secondly, the government itself must be assessed on not only its plan for growth but for the steps it is taking towards development.
KATHMANDU — The Indian media is facing flak for its coverage of the earthquake disaster in Nepal with complaints in the social media that it was treating the tragedy as a "public relations exercise" o...