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Exclusive : 300 Crs Scam under Modi Govt, still no Outrage

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised corruption-free governance (“Na khayenge, na khaane denge”), Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) and American multinational Cisco have caused the Indian exchequer a loss of about Rs 300 crore in the name of expanding the existing National Internet Backbone (NIB) infrastructure. Much of …

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India witnessing ‘jobless’ growth: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Expressing concern over “jobless” growth in India and too many “stifling” regulations, biotechnology entrepreneur Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has called for formulation of pragmatic and visionary polices to create new employment opportunities.”Yes, we are witnessing jobless growth (in India) but that’s not because of automation. It’s because of poor industrial and agricultural …

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Encounter or Cold Blooded Murder? Lawyer Speaks Out

Lawyers in Bhopal spell out the modus operandi of fake encounters. Prisoners are told they are going to be released, given civilian clothes, bundled into a police vehicle, taken to a deserted spot and shot dead. The incident becomes an encounter. BHOPAL: “It is a clear cut case of a …

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While PM Modi make promises, the MoD breaks it

Barely 10 days after the present government was sworn in May 2014, national dailies headlined “PMO tells MoD, MHA: Get forces involved in policy“, elaborating that in an attempt to improve the working environment for the armed forces and other internal security outfits, the Prime Minister’s Office has directed the …

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BJP always get’s benefit in polls after every riot : Study

GANDHINAGAR: While many within the Congress blame its electoral debacle to the party’s obsession with “minority appeasement”, a recent study conducted by three political scientists of the Yale University claim that had Congress lost all close elections between 1962 and 2000, there could have been 10% more communal riots in …

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The curious case of Tarek तारिक Fatah ‏

Tarek Fatah , born in November 20, 1949 in Karachi, Pakistan is a  writer, broadcaster, a secularist and liberal activist (atleast that’s what he believes so). Although he graduated with a degree in biochemistry from the University of Karachi, Fatah entered journalism as a reporter for the Karachi Sun in 1970, and was …

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