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  • Baghdadi Dead : What it means for Terrorism in West and South Asia?
    Baghdadi Dead : What it means for Terrorism in West and South Asia?
    BY MAJOR GENERAL S.B. ASTHANA IANS | November 9   President Donald Trump's announcement that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State(IS) commander, died during a US military operation in Syria, later confirmed by ISIS itself, was welcome news for…
  • Who'll take on Trump? Democrats dilemma is ideology or centrist personality
    Who'll take on Trump? Democrats dilemma is ideology or centrist personality
    New York, November 9 (IANS) Ideology or centrist personality? That's the dilemma for the Democratic Party in picking their candidate to challenge President Donald Trump in the election that is less than a year away. Ideology is now centre stage in…
  • India's soft underbelly: The informal economy
    India's soft underbelly: The informal economy
    BY HIMANSHU MANGLIK  IANS  | November 8   The economic slowdown is worrying. They say it is a global and cyclical phenomenon, and that things will improve in due course. Perhaps. Yet, we need to worry because the Indian economy is complex, with…
  • Punjab set to witness history with Kartarpur Corridor opening
    Punjab set to witness history with Kartarpur Corridor opening
    BY VISHAL GULATI    Dera Baba Nanak (Punjab), November 8 (IANS) This historic town in Punjab's Gurdaspur district, bordering Pakistan, will witness history being made on Saturday when Prime Minister Narendra Modi opens the Kartarpur Corridor and…
  • Tannishtha: Love for kids doesn't reflect in policies
    Tannishtha: Love for kids doesn't reflect in policies
    Mumbai, November 8 (IANS) National Award-winning actress Tannishtha Chatterjee, who is playing a pivotal role in the upcoming film 'Jhalki', which addresses the issue of child labour in India, says though we constantly talk about how children are…
  • Woes mount as Kashmir gets season's 1st snowfall
    Woes mount as Kashmir gets season's 1st snowfall
    Srinagar, November 7 (IANS) Kashmir witnessed its first snowfall of the season, plunging the mercury to sub-zero in Gulmarg and bringing woes galore as major disruptions are reported on roads, in power supply, besides air traffic being hit. The Met…
  • Maharashtra tops in justice delivery: Report
    Maharashtra tops in justice delivery: Report
    New Delhi, November 7 (IANS) Maharashtra topped the list of India's first-ever ranking of states on justice delivery among the 18 large and mid-sized states.   Maharashtra is followed by Kerala and Tamil Nadu, while among the small states Goa…
  • Once thirsty, Chennai Cantt now a model for others
    Once thirsty, Chennai Cantt now a model for others
    New Delhi, November 7 (IANS) Once water-starved, Chennai's Cantonment area and military station now boast of 13 brimful water bodies and recycling plants, and also generate their own electricity. Inspired by the innovation, the Ministry of Defence…
  • An extra 15 minute daily walk could boost global economy - study
    An extra 15 minute daily walk could boost global economy - study
    A man exercises early in the morning along the Arabian Sea in Mumbai, India, December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File Photo   LONDON, November 6 (Reuters) - The world economy could be boosted by as much as $100 billion a year if employers…
  • Selfitis patients begin to trickle into UP's SGPIMS
    Selfitis patients begin to trickle into UP's SGPIMS
    By Amita Verma    Lucknow, November 5 (IANS) Do you get depressed if your post on the social media does not get enough 'likes'? Do you want to post every moment of your life - happy or sad - on the social media? Are you always into gaming if not…
  • I am a radical humanist, says Aparna Sen
    I am a radical humanist, says Aparna Sen
    Kolkata, November 4 (PTI) Known for being vocal on socio- political issues, film-maker Aparna Sen said she has always been a believer in issue-based politics and would love to call herself a 'radical humanist'. Sen said, she would talk about the…
  • Kashmir: Lobbies at play 
    Kashmir: Lobbies at play 
    BY D.C. PATHAK  IANS | November 3   Prime Minister Modi once again spent Diwali with our Army Jawans in Jammu & Kashmir -- at Rajauri -- acknowledging the role of the army in keeping the threat of cross border terrorism in check and sending…
  • Unicef lauds Skill India, Start-up India initiatives
    Unicef lauds Skill India, Start-up India initiatives
    New Delhi, November 3 (IANS) The Unicef has lauded the 'Skill India' and the 'Start-up India' programmes and promised to help connect these with the youth to improve job opportunities for them. The Unicef Executive Director Henrietta Holsman Fore…
  • Is India splitting the Internet
    Is India splitting the Internet
    By K. Yatish Rajawat  IANS | November 1   India is ready to assign and define responsibilities in the freedom without responsibility internet world. Indian court and lawmakers want global Internet companies to be more responsible for the content…
  • Forget air purifier, try Peace Lily at home
    Forget air purifier, try Peace Lily at home
    By Bharat Upadhyay    New Delhi, November 1 (IANS) If you are planning to purchase an air purifier with your hard-earned money as air around you gets toxic, think again. According to health experts, air purifiers are not the only solution to keep…
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