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JNU attacks strengthen students’ resolve

JNU attacks strengthen students’ resolve

January 6, 2020

The latest attack on the JNU is likely to strengthen the resolve of students nationwide to carry on with their protests.

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No suitors for the Maharaja

No suitors for the Maharaja

June 5, 2018

For the second time in its history India's beleaguered national carrier, Air India, failed to attract any takers. Now everybody is selling their ideas to the government on how to go about it.

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Sell Air India to Indians, demands RSS

Sell Air India to Indians, demands RSS

April 17, 2018

Concerned over the possible foreign control of Air India, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the ideological mentor of the Bharatiya Janata Party, has asserted that the airline should be sold only to an Indian company. His remarks have gained momentum and are being echoed by ruling...

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Post backlash, order on fake news withdrawn

Post backlash, order on fake news withdrawn

April 4, 2018

India withdrew an arbitrary decree to crackdown on fake news, less than 12 hours after a tsunami of backlash. But the larger message from the Modi government engaged in headline and event management seems to be—“fall in line or else...”!

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Garv Sanskar to help couples get perfect babies in India

Garv Sanskar to help couples get perfect babies in India

May 11, 2017

Are we really approaching a time when Ayurveda would defeat science in a race to customise and conceive a perfect baby? India’s Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a right-wing voluntary organisation, claims to have a solution for a fair, healthy and intellectual baby.

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Aiming to imbibe Indian ethos in education

Aiming to imbibe Indian ethos in education

March 28, 2017

After Bharatiya Janata Party’s political success, its ideological mentor, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is now focussing on promoting Indianness in education.

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Yogi Adityanath’s selection to helm Uttar Pradesh raises eyebrows

Yogi Adityanath’s selection to helm Uttar Pradesh raises eyebrows

March 21, 2017

Widespread popularity of the ultranationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the capture of states one after another by the saffron outfit have taken every political commentator by surprise, leaving them scratching their heads.

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India slashes prices of stents

India slashes prices of stents

February 24, 2017

As cardiovascular diseases emerge as the number one killer among the billion plus population of India, the country has finally slashed the prices of stents by 85 pc. Heartening news indeed! The question is, whether the manufacturers and hospitals will fall in line.

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BJP looking to leave footprint in Manipur

BJP looking to leave footprint in Manipur

February 21, 2017

After Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, will the lotus bloom in Manipur - as 60 assembly seats go up for grabs when polls are held on March 4 and 8 - even as the Congress eyes a fourth consecutive term, despite the OkramIbobi Singh government facing strong anti-incumbency?

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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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20,000 NGO licenses cancelled in India

20,000 NGO licenses cancelled in India

December 28, 2016

A year ago, the Indian government became compulsively vigilant on foreign funds procured by Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and now, out of the 33,000 NGOs in the country, 20,000 have their licences cancelled for violation of laws.

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Indian IS recruit claims Paris attacker was his group leader

Indian IS recruit claims Paris attacker was his group leader

October 24, 2016

An Islamic State (IS) operative from Tamil Nadu in southern India claimed to have been trained under one of the IS masterminds of the Paris attackers.

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