7% Of Indian-worker exploitation complaints from Gulf nations

As thousands of laid-off Indian workers in Saudi Arabia were said to be without food, 87 per cent of complaints received from Indian workers at Indian missions across nine countries were from six Gulf countries, with nearly half of those from Qatar and Saudi Arabia, according to government data…

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PAK-AFGHAN BOUNDARY ROW HOTS UP

Yet another attempt by Pakistan to force Afghanistan to accept Durand Line as the international border was frustrated as Kabul has again refused to accept its legality. The recent clash between their troops at the Torkham crossing has once again brought to fore the long-standing dispute, whose resolution would…

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BJP suffers a setback in battle for Dalit support

Battle for Dalit votes has reached a new crescendo as different political parties are trying to woo the community in the wake of the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand early next year. Though Dalit support would play a significant role in assembly elections in Punjab and Uttarakhand…

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Education system in India needs total revamp

The two and half decades old globalisation has made India a trillion dollar economy. According to the World Heath Report, the number of dollar millionaires in India has increased from 156000 in 2013 to 198000 in 2014 ranking India third among the Asia Pacific nations in having High Net Worth…

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