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Ranaghat atrocity part of ISI’s Operation Equal Blame
MADHAV NALAPAT | New Delhi

The Ranaghat atrocity, where a 72-year-old Catholic nun was violated by three young men, was carried out through an extremist organisation based in Khulna in Bangladesh, say analysts based within the ...

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Police yet to identify African students’ attackers

Delhi police is yet to identify and arrest any of the attackers involved in the beating up of three African students, who allegedly molested a girl. Sources said that the Delhi police could have had them in custody. But thanks to a shoddy probe the attackers were let off. The police neither scanned the CCTV footage nor recorded the African students

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Terror, Ebola threats hit Kenya economy

The Kenya coast is in dire straits and Kenyan civil society is holding western governmental travel warnings and negative reportage by the international media primarily responsible for decimating their economy. Following a terrorist attack in June 2014 in Mpeketoni that killed over 60 people, the US Department of State has issued travel restrictions

MOHAMMED ANAS | 21st Mar

Genereal (Retd) Shankar Rai Chowdhary, former Chief of Army Staff, on Monday released China's Military Power: A Net Assessment, a book authored by Maj...

NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN | 21st Mar

The Jammu and Kashmir government has started a campaign to get high-end golfers to the Valley. It recently held a meeting in Srinagar for this purpose...

Army takes on Mufti openly, says Pak tried to disrupt polls
VISHAL THAPAR | 21st Mar

The spat between the Indian Army and Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has come out in the open, with the Army strongly...

ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 21st Mar

The Union government is under pressure to direct a Central Bureau of Investigation inquiry into the Madhya Pradesh recruitment or Vyapam scam, in whic...

India’s first Scorpene submarine is now in water
VISHAL THAPAR | 21st Mar

This is the first good news for India's fast depleting submarine fleet in a long time. The first of the six Scorpene attack submarines being built at ...

ABHIMANYU SINGH | 21st Mar

A silent revolution is underway as far as female empowerment is concerned in Purulia district of West Bengal, far away from the big cities in the coun...

‘Modi slowed down campaign to keep curiosity alive’
NAVTAN KUMAR | 21st Mar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi slowed down his campaigning for a few days before the Lok Sabha elections last year, according to British author and poli...

Going gets tough for maken
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 21st Mar

The new chief of the Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee, Ajay Maken is facing an uphill battle in getting the party apparatus back in line. Party source...

‘AAP shows relevance of agitational politics’
NAVTAN KUMAR | 21st Mar

The massive defeat of the Congress in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and the subsequent vacuum created in the political space has prompted the Left to r...

SUSENJIT GUHA | 21st Mar

The West Bengal state administration is succumbing to pressure from a section of hardline Islamic clerics and allowing "Taliban-like" laws to reign in...

Letter boxes start disappearing
NAVTAN KUMAR | 21st Mar

Letter boxes, which once used to be the lifeline of communications, are slowly disappearing in the age of smartphones. According to the Department of ...

ABHINANDAN MISHRA | 21st Mar

The entry of journalists to Central ministries and other buildings housing Union government departments and institutions in New Delhi has been restric...

Dalits shift from BSP on Kanshi’s birth anniversary
OUR CORRESPONDENT | 21st Mar

Nine years and a series of electoral defeats have scattered the legacy of Dalit ideologue Kanshi Ram in Uttar Pradesh. For the first time since the in...

Shanta Kumar wants PDS dismantled
ABHIMANYU SINGH | 21st Mar

BJP MP and former Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Shanta Kumar, who headed the eight-member high-power panel on the restructuring of Food Corporat...

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