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Story Posted on 22-12-2015


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Nawaz Sharif, Jammu and Kashmir, India-Pak

Letter to 13-year-old Shahnawaaz: A victim of Pakistan's malice

I wanted to start with your name, you beautiful boy, and end with it.


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Nirbhaya Rape case, Jyoti Singh, December 16 gangrape, Juvenile Justice Bill

Juvenile Justice Amendment Bill passed by RS, stuck on Twitter

Offenders over 16 could be tried as adults for heinous crimes if so assessed by the board.


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Rimi sen, Mandana Karimi, Salman Khan, Bigg Boss 9

10 major highlights from Bigg Boss 9 so far

It's a show that thrives on uncouth human behaviour.


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Cricket, New Zealand, Brendon McCullum

Why India was so special for Brendon McCullum

Way beyond the first IPL century.


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BJP, Arun Jaitley, DDCA, Kirti Azad

BJP dare not punish Kirti Azad. Shatrughan Sinha, RK Singh in queue

Already braving rough weather on several fronts, the party cannot afford to take action against the three simultaneously.


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National Herald, Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, Narendra Modi

Enemy lies within: Why do so many Indians demean India?

Modi needs to change the over-deferential psychological mindset of the BJP.


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BJP, Narendra Modi, Congress, Nitish Kumar

Nitish, not Congress, is the new Opposition: How long will it last?

Everybody looks up to the Bihar CM to use his new stature.


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Higher Education, UNESCO MGIEP, Mhrd, New Education Policy

Government's New Education Policy will transform India

It uses a fruitful combination of online portals supported by on-site focus discussions.


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Juvenile Justice Act, December 16 gangrape, Nirbhaya Rape case

Beastly juvenile rhyme of December 16 rape convict

The Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed by Delhi Commission for Women against the juvenile's release.


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Narendra Modi, Manmohan Singh, Indians Economy, Arun Jaitley

Economic blues. Where are the green shoots, Jaitley?

A full two years after Manmohan Singh demitted office, the GDP has grown a mere 0.5 per cent.