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AFSPA unlikely to be withdrawn from Manipur soon

Civil society groups in insurgency-hit Manipur have been carrying on with their campaign for withdrawal of 'draconian' 1958 Armed Forces Special Powers Act, alleging that security forces operating......

How to overcome Lokpal drafting committee impasse

The roller-coaster ride of the government-civil society joint drafting committee on the Lokpal (ombudsman) Bill has ended in a draw, but left both sides badly injured. Whether the tie will be......

A P J Abdul Kalam: All human beings carry divinity inside themselves

'This can lift us out of confusion, misery, melancholy and failure, and indeed guide us when it is contacted.' 'For us to ignite our spirituality, we need to look inward and transcend our egos. We......

Meet the dictators Modi will shake hands with

Brutal and ruthless, with terrible human rights records, these autocrats will welcome Narendra Modi to their realm this coming week. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a visit to five Central......

J-K CM directs police to provide security to cell operators

With militants repeatedly targeting telecom facilities in Kashmir, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed on Tuesday directed the police to ensure security of cellular towers and those manning......

Jousting over Jaipur's jewel

A legal tussle is currently on between a civil society group led by a professor, ostensibly working to further public interest, on the one hand, and the state government and an influential but......

Posco's Odisha journey: Travails of a big-ticket project

Ten years after signing an MoU with the state government, South Korean steel major finds its proposed project pushed to the edge It will soon be 10 years since Posco India signed a memorandum of......

India must find affordable solutions to protect environment

All the energy is spent on blocking projects - so once they are cleared, the mission is lost, notes Sunita Narain. Debates are essentially polarised and noisy. But for resolution and movement in......

Developed countries should compensate for emissions: India

Asserting that it has been a strong champion of equity, India on Thursday said developed countries should compensate developing nations for the effects their greenhouse gas emissions have had......

India tops Facebook's content restriction list

Facebook has restricted access to nearly 5,000 pieces of information on its website in India in the first six months of 2014, the highest for any country, following requests from government and......

Review: The Help shines with strong performances

The Help boasts of solid performances from Emma Stone and Viola Davis, writes Ankur Pathak.What is pleasantly surprising and distinctive about The Help, adapted from Kathryn Stockett's best-selling......
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Defunct premises to be used as Eklavya Vidyalya

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All human beings carry divinity inside themselves

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