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06

2016

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Rewriting History

Some Indians are calling for a Muslim empire to be wiped from history books.

Mar

06

2016

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Indian Court Rejects Briton's Bail Bid

Six former British soldiers jailed in India for alleged firearms offences have been refused bail ahead of an appeal against their sentences.

Mar

06

2016

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India Objects to USA Religious Commission

Indian government has justified its decision to deny visa to United States panel on religious freedom wanting to visit India.

Mar

05

2016

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India Denies Visas to US Religious Freedom Body

Setback for relations between Delhi and Washington as a long-planned visit by the agency is scuppered

Mar

05

2016

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Europe Needs Inspiration From India

The last few years have all been declared the year of destiny for Europe but never has it been so palpable than in this still young year 2016.

Mar

04

2016

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Indian-African Food Security Partnership

India and Africa aim to change the global landscape of agriculture and food production, by partnering together to improve global food security.

Mar

04

2016

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UK, Indian Naval Bands to Play at India Gate

A UK Royal Marines band will team up with an Indian Navy band to drum up some scintillating music at the India Gate here on March 4 evening.

Mar

04

2016

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The U.S. And India Are Deepening Military Ties

The U.S. military’s top officer in the Pacific urged Indian officials Wednesday to pursue even closer military ties with the United States.

Mar

03

2016

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U.S. And India Are Deepening Military Ties

The U.S. military's top officer in the Pacific urged Indian officials to pursue even closer military ties with the United States

Mar

03

2016

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Why Kashmir's Militants Have Become Heroes Again

The present mood can be compared to the early 1990s when armed rebellion broke out in Kashmir with the popular support of people.

Mar

03

2016

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India, Africa Are Key Partners in Global Food Security

India Inc. has said that with Africa's farm sector projected to grow to $1 trillion by 2030, there is significant scope for the continent's agriculture to benefit from India's experience.

Mar

03

2016

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U.S. Plans Naval Exercises With India

India, the United States and Japan will hold naval exercises in waters off the northern Philippines near the South China Sea this year.

Mar

03

2016

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India and Europe’s Disintegration Would Spell Disaster

UK´s exit would be a disaster for the EU as it would encourage other states to come with their ultimatum.

Mar

03

2016

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Haryana Cancels NRI Summit

Pravasi Bharatiya Divas to be held here on March 9 has been cancelled following the Jat protests for job quotas that led to widespread violence in the state.

Mar

02

2016

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India Poised to Become a Roaring Tiger

By setting fiscal deficit at 3.5%, the Budget has underlined the need to continue on the path of fiscal prudence despite many adversities.

Mar

01

2016

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Trump Does a Trump Again

Trump uses ‘wrong’ Gandhi quote during poll campaign.

Mar

01

2016

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Prashant Kishor to Steer Cong Campaign For UP Polls

The poll strategist may pitch for a larger role for Priyanka, including projecting her as CM candidate.

Mar

01

2016

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Donald Trump Blames India Again For Taking US Jobs

Donald Trump, the controversial Republican presidential front-runner, today again blamed India for taking away jobs from Americans.

Mar

01

2016

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Haryana NRIs Fear Investment Setback

ined by the large-scale violence in Haryana during the jat reservation agitation, the NRIs of Haryana origin in Canada fear it will impact investment in the state.

Feb

29

2016

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Asean Plus Nations to Take Part in Military Exercise in India

For the first time ever, multinational exercise will be conducted by ground forces on Indian soil.

Feb

29

2016

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NRIs Pin Hopes on Modi's Third Budget

For non-resident Indians (NRIs), the Indian budget for 2016-17, which Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presents today, is an occasion to look forward to realising some of their long-standing demands and needs.

Feb

29

2016

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Donald Trump Targets India for Taking Away Jobs From Americans

Donald Trump, the controversial Republican presidential frontrunner, today again blamed India and China among other countries for taking away jobs from Americans.

Feb

28

2016

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Nasa Invites India to be Part of Mars Exploration

In future, India and the US could jointly explore Mars and may be an Indian astronaut could also head to the Red Planet on a joint mission.

Feb

28

2016

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US Lawmakers Concerned Over Violence Against Minorities in India

Expressing serious concern over violence against religious minorities in India, American lawmakers have asked PM Modi to take immediate steps to protect their fundamental

Feb

27

2016

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Is it Getting Any Easier to do Business in India

Despite the Indian government's promises to make the country an easier place to do business, there's still a long way to go.

Feb

27

2016

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Is the US Undermining India's Solar Power Programme

Whatever happened to all the talk of international co-operation to tackle climate change that we heard during the climate conference in Paris just a few months ago?

Feb

27

2016

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Hindi Film Songs And The Proverbs For Our Times

Proverbs bring a pithy quality to lyrics, conveying and expressing with a punch feelings and emotions that long-winded lines may not be able to convey.

Feb

27

2016

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Malaysia May Extend E-visa to Indian Tourists

Malaysia plans to extend e-tourist visa facility to travellers from India as it hopes to attract 10 lakh tourists from the country this year

Feb

27

2016

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Singapore Thinktank Plans Extensive Studies on India

A top Singapore-based thinktank today said it plans to conduct an in-depth research on India to understand its historical and cultural heritage and their relevance to modern politics.

Feb

27

2016

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U.S. Blocks India’s Ambitious Solar Plans

India has been told that it cannot go ahead as planned with its ambitious plan for a huge expansion of its renewable energy sector.

Feb

26

2016

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All Illegal Immigrants in US Will Have to Go Back

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump today said that if he is elected to power all the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants, which includes some 300,000 people from India

Feb

26

2016

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Is Narendra Modi's Government Unravelling

Many believe the government whipped up needless nationalist hysteria by sending the police into the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University.

Feb

26

2016

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India is Gateway to Asian Markets

Terming India as a gateway to Asian markets and a key-player in the regional economy, South Africa has said the bilateral trade between the two countries has doubled in four years.

Feb

25

2016

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Brexit to Create Uncertainty For Indian Businesses in UK

Ficci warned against "considerable uncertainty" for Indian businesses operating in the UK and Europe at the prospect of Britain's exit from the from the EU, or "Brexit".

Feb

25

2016

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WTO Rules Against India's Localisation Rules on US Solar Exports

In a setback to India, a World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute settlement panel has ruled in favour of the US in its challenge to New Delhi's alleged discrimination against US solar exports

Feb

25

2016

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Racism With Indian Characteristics

Unfortunately, race tends to be downplayed when discussing India’s social dynamics and seems not to be widely documented, researched and analysed.

Feb

24

2016

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How Black Money Saved The Indian Economy

There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet.

Feb

24

2016

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7,000 Hindus in Malaysia Wrongly Documented as Muslims

The problem was widespread throughout Peninsular Malaysia and involved mostly practising Hindus from the lower income group.

Feb

18

2016

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Maharashtra Govt Finds a New Role For Aamir Khan

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, whose comments on "intolerance" had sparked a row last year is partnering with the BJP-led Maharashtra government for its flagship water conservation and drought mitigation programme.

Feb

18

2016

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How Chinese-Indians Paid The Price For 1962 War

As the world ushered in the Year of the Monkey, the eastern Indian city of Kolkata (Calcutta) also had its own Chinese New Year Parade.

Feb

17

2016

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Inside India's Volatile JNU Campus

The arrest and subsequent protests have led people to believe that JNU is anti-national.

Feb

17

2016

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Padma Shri For NRI Challenged in Court

A petition has been filed in the high court seeking an order to stop the bestowal of Padma Shri award on Sundar Aditya Menon.

Feb

15

2016

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Could The US Supreme Court Welcome an Indian-born Judge

Indian-born Srikanth Srinivasan has been tipped as President Obama's top choice to replace Antonin Scalia as a justice of the US Supreme Court.

Feb

12

2016

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What Africans Think of Indian Racism

In the wake of the assault by a mob on a Tanzanian woman, the Africans’ historic admiration for India and Indians shines through their sense of disappointment

Feb

12

2016

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PM Modi's Wife Files RTI

Jashodaben Modi, 64, the estranged wife of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, filed an RTI application on Wednesday seeking details and a copy of the PM's passports.

Feb

07

2016

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India's Courts: Moral Guardians of the Nation

A brief history of the Indian judiciary's torrid affair with free speech and obscenity.

Feb

07

2016

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Trumping up Donald: The Indian-American Connect

Some on social media have even called Trump the "US Modi" but this comparison misses several key differences.

Feb

01

2016

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Shani Temple, Haji Ali And Now Article 377

The challenge to status quo is a sign that the society is intellectually alive and kicking. The hope for change is not dead yet.

Feb

01

2016

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The Sikh Man Who Stood up to Trump

In the last days of campaigning, Donald Trump is still leading the polls - and making headlines.

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