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Comic Column: Mad Pratap Manic’s Diplomatic Mission

New Delhi, 16 July-2014,  Nachiketa Desai: Mad Pratap Manic was in deep sleep enconsed in a bed next to Baba Kamdev. He was dead tired after a two-hour Bhoga Aasan the salwar-clad Yoga Guru had forced him to practice at Godhuli Bela, the auspicious time when herds of cows hoofed …

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Vaidik-Saeed meet causes ripples in India and Pakistani media

Islamabad, July 16 (Indilens Web Team): Indian journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with Pakistani terrorist Hafiz Saeed has caused ripples in India, a Pakistani newspaper said Wednesday. Vaidik-Saeed meet causes ripples in India and Pakistani media The meeting has caused ripples in India because of Vaidik’s close association with the …

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What Is Going On in Gaza?

Noida, 15 July-2014, Wasim Akram Tyagi: That was the last Facebook post of martyr Fakhir el-Ajjoury from North Gaza before he got cut into pieces. An (Israeli) aircraft targeted him while he was transporting the stuff of people with his vehicle, which he used as a hawker. This incident tells the …

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Decrease in dropout rate among girls students: Smriti Irani

New Delhi, July 9 (IANS): The average annual dropout rate among girl students at the upper primary level has decreased, Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani said here Wednesday. Decrease in dropout rate among girls students: Smriti Irani “The programme has helped in strengthening school infrastructure especially girls toilets, …

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Himachal CM tries his hand at computer at 80

Shimla, July 6,Vishal Gulati(IANS): One is never too old to learn. Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, 80, is taking lessons on how to use a desktop touch-screen computer as the state assembly seeks to be the first in the country to go paperless. Himachal CM tries his hand at …

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Is Gopal Subramanium paying the price of political vendetta?

New Delhi, 29 June-2014,Parmod Kumar (IANS):Gopal Subramanium has withdrawn his consent to be a judge of the Supreme Court. This chapter is now almost over unless the apex court collegium takes a course which has no precedent as of now. Is Gopal Subramanium paying the price of political vendetta? This …

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How does NGOs Assist in Rural Development of India

Kolkata, 25 June-2014(Indilens Web Team): The NGOs in India performs an extremely important and vital part in the continuing rural development. For the continuing rural development, it is essential that the non-urban population receives the primary and basic education. Education is the basis of well-being as well as development of …

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We must have an umbrella Muslim outfit : Asaduddin Owaisi

Hyderabad, 25 May-2014, Asaduddin Owaisi : I am of the view that BJP is a majoritarian party. There is an attempt for a majoritarian form of democracy over participatory form. It raises our anxieties because we have witnessed what happened in Sri Lanka, where the Sinhalas have put in place …

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Perpetuation of BJP Through Partially Divided India and Namo Wave

Guwahati,19 May-2014,Dr Shahnoor Rahman: India is the biggest democratic country in the world. Also being a secular and socialist republic, identification and special care of poor and deprived sections of people who are mostly happens to be belonging to dalit and minority communities by government, is most important to promote …

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