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Jan Gan Man Ki Baat: Arun Jaitley and Increase in Gold Imports

Vinod Dua discusses why Arun Jaitley had to finally admit that the economy has slowed down and why gold imports have tripled compared to last year. The post Ja...   [ continue reading...]

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Some of the Best Parts of Autonomous Vehicles Are Already Here

Consumers with high hopes of driverless vehicles improving safety might be looking past the boring near-term advances that could make a real difference. It happ...   [ continue reading...]

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Maneka Gandhi Clashes With NITI Aayog on Replacing Food With Cash Transfers

The government is finalising a pilot project in line with NITI Aayog's recent suggestion that children and mothers be given cash transfers instead of cooked or...   [ continue reading...]

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Media, Rights Organisations Condemn Tripura Journalist Santanu Bhowmik’s Murder

"It is a reckless, inhuman act to silence the voice of free press in the country and an assault on the freedom of press." The post Media, Rights Organisations C...   [ continue reading...]

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Modi Government Affidavit on Rohingya Refugees Reverses India’s Long-Held Stand on Non-Refoulement

The Wire went through India’s statements made at international meetings on refugees to check other references to non-refoulement over the last two decades...   [ continue reading...]

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BJP Leader Slaps Woman For Being in Relationship With Muslim Man, Police Books Boyfriend

No charges have been pressed against BJP leader Sangeeta Varshney or members of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, who allegedly roughed up the couple. The post BJP Leader...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Newton’ Takes a Close Look at the Slender Line Separating Democracy and Farce

Newton isn’t just political; it’s also deeply personal, searing with existential angst seldom seen in Hindi cinema these days. The post ‘Newto...   [ continue reading...]

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Centre Announces New Policy to Promote Private Investment in Affordable Housing

Central assistance up to Rs 2.5 lakh per house made by private builders will be provided to buyers, even if the construction is on private land. The post Centre...   [ continue reading...]

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Timeline: Being Rohingya in Myanmar, from 1784 to Now

As Rohingya people continue to flee Rakhine State and allege widespread persecution, a look at their struggle through the years. The post Timeline: Being Rohing...   [ continue reading...]

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Punching Below Its Weight: India’s Progress Towards Health-Related SDG Goals

It is time for India to fully fund and implement its ambitious health policies, and translate them into better health outcomes for its millions. Without health,...   [ continue reading...]

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Is the Congress Crawling Out of Its Self-Imposed Shell?

Between university elections, Rahul Gandhi's speech in Berkeley and the BJP's defensive attitude, it seems as though the grand old party may be re-emerging as a...   [ continue reading...]

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G4 Countries Seek Early Reform of UN Security Council

The four countries called for an "early reform" of the UN Security Council and enhanced role for developing countries as major contributors to the UN. The post...   [ continue reading...]

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Can the World’s Megacities Survive the Digital Age?

For megacities, it’s time to start planning for a disrupted future. The post Can the World’s Megacities Survive the Digital Age? appeared first on T...   [ continue reading...]

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Ethnic Fermented Foods Help Preserve Some Bacteria and Fungi

The technique involved help keep alive important bacteria and fungi found in India's northeast, and which would otherwise disappear with time. The post Ethnic F...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Delhi Police’s Special Cell Using an ‘Al-Qaeda Recruiter’ as a Pawn to Vilify Rohingya in India?

The charges levelled against the British citizen of Bangladeshi origin by the Delhi police's special cell raise grave doubts about the agency's intentions. The...   [ continue reading...]

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Aid Shipment to Rohingya in Rakhine State Blocked by Myanmar Protesters

The protest was testament to rising communal animosity that threatens to complicate the delivery of vital supplies. The post Aid Shipment to Rohingya in Rakhine...   [ continue reading...]

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Afghan President Ghani Backs Trump’s South Asia Strategy

As the US deploys 3000 additional troops to Afghanistan, Trump's "regional approach" to security and tough talk on Pakistan has won a stamp of approval from Pre...   [ continue reading...]

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Journalist Killed While Covering Violent Clashes in Tripura

The police has reportedly taken four members of the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura into custody in relation to Santanu Bhowmik's death. The post Jou...   [ continue reading...]

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Lack of Data Continues to Cast Centre’s River-Linking Plans in Poor Light

The data on which rivers are running low and which are carrying surpluses is not publicly available. There is also no conceptual clarity of the indicators neede...   [ continue reading...]

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South Korea Approves Aid to North Korea, North Calls Trump ‘Barking Dog’

North Korea's foreign minister likened US President Donald Trump to a "barking dog" on Thursday, after Trump warned he would "totally destroy" the North if it t...   [ continue reading...]

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