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Delhi Media Failed to Find Rahul Gandhi

It’s shocking how the media in the capital is just a passive spectator instead of playing its role as society’s watchdog and sniffing out a missing VVIP like Rahul.

Apr

04

2015

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The Man Who's Always on the Bus

Fearing for his life in the communal riots there in 2002, he fled to London.

Apr

02

2015

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Forward Thinker

In the 17th Century sub-continent the minority Muslim Mughal family ruled over the Hindu majority.

Apr

01

2015

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India Should Be Bigger Than It Appears

Is there a grand Western conspiracy to tar India’s image and diminish its global standing?

Apr

01

2015

0
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Navy Rescues first Batch of Indians From Yemen

344 Indians and 40 other nationals were rescued from Aden, around 450km from Yemen's capital Sana'a.

Mar

31

2015

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Is India's Anti-corruption Party Unravelling

Weeks after staging an epic comeback the two-year-old party, run by the charismatic former tax inspector Arvind Kejriwal, has been roiled by feud and dissension.

Mar

30

2015

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BJP Becomes Largest Political Party in the World

The ruling BJP has become the largest political party in the world with its enrolment drive in the past five months.

Mar

26

2015

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Homophobic and Proud

India joins Saudi Arabia, Russia, Pak to vote against same sex relations in UN.

Mar

23

2015

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India and China Talk About Their Disputed Border

Indian and Chinese officials are meeting in New Delhi this week for talks on a border dispute that has for decades strained relations between the neighbors.

Mar

20

2015

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Brazil: A Cautionary Tale for India

The economic implosion in Brazil offers important lessons for India

Mar

17

2015

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Why is India Facing Growing Conflict Over Land

A controversial bill on land acquisition has caused uproar in India

Mar

16

2015

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Is Gandhi Still a Hero to Indians

When Mahatma Gandhi came to London in 1931, he stayed in the poverty-stricken East End of the city, then visited struggling cotton mill workers in Lancashire.

Mar

11

2015

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Ex-PM Summoned as Accused in Coal Scam

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was on Wednesday summoned to appear next month as an accused in a coal scam case by a Special Court.

Mar

11

2015

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Protecting Free Speech in India

Two legal distortions—Section 295A of the IPC and the first constitutional amendment—come in the way of free speech.

Mar

11

2015

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Arvind Kejriwal Stung

Arvind Kejriwal stung as AAP war boils over, Kumar Vishwas slings mud at Garg for releasing audio tape

Mar

07

2015

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Immoral Morality

This is the morality of power, not of truth. And it is strutting the world stage now.

Mar

01

2015

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Modi's First Budget Aims to Please All in India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has unveiled a business-friendly budget aimed at attracting greater investment for the economy.

Mar

01

2015

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India Budget to Boost Investment

Indian PM Narendra Modi's government has unveiled a business-friendly budget aimed at attracting greater investment for the economy.

Mar

01

2015

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The Suit Might Not Have Suited Gandhi and Patel

The suit that Narendra Modi wore on January 25 is fast becoming the most minutely examined piece of clothing in modern Indian history.

Feb

26

2015

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Musharraf Blames India for Afghanistan’s Woes

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said Kabul must share power with the extremist group and block Indian influence if it wishes to see peace.

Feb

26

2015

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Reluctant Leader

Indian media surprised at Gandhi's 'break' from politics.

Feb

26

2015

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Obama Endorses India For UNSC Permanent Member

I can say today in the years ahead, I look forward to a reformed UN Security Council that includes India as a permanent member.

Feb

24

2015

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India Opposition Leader on Break

Rahul Gandhi, India's main opposition Congress vice president, is taking a leave of absence from parliament to focus on party work

Feb

24

2015

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How Rahul Gandhi Fell Off the Radar

Mr. Gandhi has taken a few weeks furlough to reflect on recent events.

Feb

24

2015

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India Counters Obama's Religious Intolerance Jibe

Modi government has conveyed to Washington that the usual notion of alienation of minorities is not valid in the Indian context.

Feb

24

2015

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Rahul Gandhi Takes Break From Politics

Rahul Gandhi, a leader of India’s Congress party, is taking a leave of absence from parliament to focus on party work.

Feb

24

2015

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Arrest of Nasheed Worries India

India said it was concerned over the arrest and manhandling of the former head of the island nation, which is bogged down by political unrest for some time.

Feb

23

2015

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To Save itself, Congress Tries to Keep AAP busy in Delhi

Congress is desperate to engage the Aam Aadmi Party in the capital, worried that an unchallenged newbie would pose a big threat in states with bipolar polity.

Feb

20

2015

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Modi’s Famous Pinstripe Suit Sells for $690,000 at Auction

A memorable suit worn just one time by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi — with pinstripes that spell out his name in tiny letters — has sold for 43.1 million rupees ($693,234) at a charity auction.

Feb

20

2015

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India Arrests Over Energy Document Leaks

Police in India say they have arrested seven people for allegedly leaking classified government documents to energy companies for money.

Feb

18

2015

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India’s Modi Vows Crackdown on Religious Intolerance

Premier’s remarks follow attacks on minorities blamed on rising Hindu nationalism.

Feb

18

2015

0
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US' Immigration Laws Would Land it in Trouble

US' immigration laws prevent it from tapping into India's talent pool.

Feb

18

2015

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US Cybersnoops on Foes & Friends

It's no secret that the United States believes in and has been spying on adversaries and allies alike through means human and technical.

Feb

13

2015

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Temple to Indian PM Modi Scrapped

Fans of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have scrapped plans to open a temple dedicated to him after he said he was "appalled" by the idea.

Feb

13

2015

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US Police Officer Who Brutally Assaulted Indian Arrested

One of the two police officers who allegedly assaulted the 57-year-old Indian man in Alabama has been arrested.

Feb

12

2015

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Modi Temple Appalls Prime Minister Modi

“Have seen news about a Temple being built in my name. I was appalled,” a tweet from Mr. Modi’s official Twitter account said.

Feb

12

2015

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IIT Students Helped Aam Aadmi Party Stump BJP

The massive sweep of AAP is, in part, being attributed to its successful and well-planned social media campaign.

Feb

11

2015

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Who is Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

Anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal has regained power in the Indian capital, Delhi, after suffering a massive setback in last May's general elections.

Feb

11

2015

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British PM Woos Indian-Origin Voters

Ahead of the UK general election, British PM David Cameron has praised the crucial Indian-origin voters in the United Kingdom and highlighted their "amazing" contributions to the British society.

Feb

11

2015

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AAPocalypse in Delhi

How political parties are losing brand loyalty.

Feb

10

2015

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Factors Which Led to an AAP Wave in Delhi

The Aam Aadmi Party is all set to form the government in Delhi with the party surging ahead as counting of votes progressed.

Feb

04

2015

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Will Delhi be the BJP’s Waterloo

The BJP which prides itself as “efficient administrators” has done a really a sloppy job of planning and executing the Delhi campaign.

Feb

04

2015

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Ties With India Not at Cost of China or Pakistan

I would fundamentally point to the fact that this is a US-India effort and it's not necessarily to counterweight anyone.

Jan

28

2015

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Why Obama's India Visit Charts New Course

US President Barack Obama's recent Delhi visit reflects a new direction in Indian foreign policy.

Jan

28

2015

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Obama-Modi Chemistry Appears Genuine

Part of the improvement in bilateral relations has to do with the personal chemistry between the two, which by all accounts appears warm and genuine.

Jan

27

2015

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Will the India-US Nuclear Deal Work

The deal has been put down to personal chemistry between Mr Obama and Mr Modi.

Jan

27

2015

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President Barack Obama in India: Here's What He Ate

President Obama was welcomed with a warm hug by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and an invite to an elaborate lunch at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi.

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