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Modi’s myriad challenges

Modi’s myriad challenges

January 9, 2020

After storming into office for a second time with a thumping majority, challenges for Narendra Modi’s government has not wilted in any way. Instead it has taken myriad forms…

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Scripting a second successful run

Scripting a second successful run

September 18, 2017

Eyeing a second term, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has begun to script its strategy for the 2019 General Elections in India.

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Complex permutations to decide Goa’s truncated political landscape

Complex permutations to decide Goa’s truncated political landscape

February 4, 2017

Who will rule over India's tourist paradise—the tiny state of Goa—when it goes to polls on February 4 to elect 40 members of the legislative assembly? Torn by an internal feud and a tussle with the ideological fountainhead, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the ruling BJ...

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Indian Army unit attacked in Jammu

Indian Army unit attacked in Jammu

December 1, 2016

Indian soldiers were killed in an attack by heavily-armed men in the most recent incident in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Government seeks to revamp the Ladli Scheme for girl child

Government seeks to revamp the Ladli Scheme for girl child

July 16, 2016

Ladli scheme was launched in India in 2008 for the upliftment of the girl child and the Aam Aadmi Party government (AAP) in New Delhi, the Indian capital, now seeks to revamp the scheme with some liberalisations for the beneficiaries.

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Filmmakers challenge censor board on Udta Punjab

Filmmakers challenge censor board on Udta Punjab

June 8, 2016

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) in India, popularly known as the censor board, is again under the spotlight for forcing several cuts on Udta Punjab, a Hindi feature film dealing with the subject of drug abuse in Punjab (North India).

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