BATTLING ISLAMISM, AFRICA GETS INDIA’S HELP

Violent Islamism is so badly shaking Africa that its people are beginning to worry whether their governments will be able to protect their lives and property and, at the same time, save resources for the economic development of the resource rich continent. The jihadist superbug is spreading fast from country…

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Ruling party busy with trivial issue like meat ban ignoring farmers suicides

India faces multiple crisis on different fronts, but the headlines are getting grabbed by non-issues

which make no difference to the life of ordinary citizens or common people.

The issues requiring urgent attention are crisis created by drought in States like Maharashtra, Andhra

and other States with Monsoon deficit…

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Rulling party busy with trivial issue like meat ban ignoring farmers suicides

Brij Bhardwaj

India faces multiple crisis on different fronts, but the headlines are getting grabbed by non-issues which make no difference to the life of ordinary citizens or common people.

The issues requiring urgent attention are crisis created by drought in States like Maharashtra, Andhra and other States with…

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Are Kashmir’s truce violations any different from ‘war’?

By Sheikh Qayoom

The unending ceasefire violations by the Pakistani Army on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir have become a matter of life and death for thousands of families living in villages close to it and the international border. Despite the directors general level meeting between…

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Bihar elections a crucial test for national mood

(Dr Satish Misra)

Bihar assembly election, scheduled to be held in October and November, is a crucial election in more than one sense but its results will definitely reveal how far the state has travelled in the last 25 years. It was on August 7, 1990 that the then Janata…

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