World

Myanmar: ‘56 inch ka seena’

After such a huge bloodbath in India’s neighboring country if we remain silent, then this shows the impotence of India

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World

China's challenge in Iran

China will spend 400 billion dollars in Iran. For what? Strategic cooperation… This includes economic, military and political collaborations

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World

Russia-Pakistan: India marginalized

The concern of India here is that Russia-Pak military-co-operative is growing in intensity under the pretext of Afghanistan

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Crime

Adulteration: A silent murder

Health Ministry should advertise in all languages ​​and tell people how to check adulterated things at home. Adulteration of medicines and foodstuffs is a type of murder-like crime. It is a mass murder. It is invisible and silent murder. Parliament should pass a stringent law against this murder for the whole country

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World

Imran: Referendum in Kashmir?

Bajwa has said that India should find a respectable solution to Kashmir but Imran Khan did not talk away from the tradition

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Politics

SC invalidates internet curfew

The veteran journalist reflects upon a number of issues, ranging from domestic politics to international affairs

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Politics

WAY OUT OF THE CAA MESS

The discomfort of the serious people in the BJP and the Sangh over the failing economy and communal disharmony is increasing

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Politics

INDO-BHUTAN COURTSHIP

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Politics

KASHMIR ACTION AND PAK FRUSTRATION

Apart from some leaders in the country, is there any party in India which is opposing this action? Almost all the common people of the country are welcoming the move.

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Politics

A practical solution to Ayodhya dispute

A grand and glorious Ram Temple should be built at Lord Ram’s birthplace, along with a mosque, a church, Jain and Buddhist temples, a gurdwara, and a synagogue nearby, so that Ayodhya becomes a world pilgrimage

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Politics

‘New Hindutva’ of RSS Chief Dr Mohan Bhagwat

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Politics

It was Atal ji's Hindi proficiency that helped him become PM'

Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee openly advocated Hindi, yet he seldom opposed the hegemony of English. Audience was mesmerised by his speeches

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