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Story Posted on 25-06-2016

POLITICS

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Female foeticide, Punjab, Indian Wedding

How the big, fat wedding is killing Punjab's daughters

For many average income parents-to-be, sex-selective abortion becomes the last resort.

POLITICS

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European Union, Brexit

Brexit will go down in history as a blunder

Britons have no idea of what they have voted for and consequences of the verdict on their lives and future.

POLITICS

 |  6-minute read
RSS, Narendra Modi, Subramanian Swamy

Swamy is RSS man, by attacking Jaitley he's hurting Modi

There is method in his seeming brutality and madness.

POLITICS

 |  Rough Cut  |  5-minute read
RSS Interfaith Dialogue, Mohan Bhagwat, RSS

Yes, RSS looking to do a Modi in UK. But not in conflict with PM

Author Walter Andersen talks to Kaveree Bamzai about Mohan Bhagwat's London visit to have an interfaith dialogue with the Archbishop of Canterbury.

POLITICS

 |  7-minute read
Burhan Wani, Kashmir Militancy, Jammu and Kashmir

Homecoming of Pandits in Kashmir's new age of militancy

Hizb commander Burhan Wani warned J&K police of more attacks, but ensured a safe Amarnath Yatra.

SCI-TECH

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Technoloy, Video Games, Smartphones

4 most addictive mobile phone games

And where to download them for free.

ART & CULTURE

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Bollywood, Shahid Kapoor, Udta Punjab

I am a Punjabi and I hated Udta Punjab

Kudos to the film writers who could not decide if it was a documentary, fiction or a cocktail.

POLITICS

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PDP-BJP, Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti

As Mehbooba Mufti wins Anantnag, a look back at 1996

Even though not much has changed for the town, PDP has managed to come to power.

POLITICS

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EU Referendum, Nationalism, Brexit

Brexit has brought back fears of Modi's 2014 triumph

BJP came to power riding on the crest of a pro-Hindu wave, and resurgence of nationalist sentiment, mixed with anti-immigrant rhetoric.

ART & CULTURE

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Publishing, Reading, Books

Dear Indian publishers: Stop comparing books to sucky coffee

Arrogance about the people whom you want to sell your wares to is not a great idea – have you learnt nothing from what happened to the Congress party?