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Winter Brings In Digital Wave

All thanks to National Informatics Centre (NIC) burning the midnight oil, the parliament has gone truly digital starting this Winter Session. The website has undergone a makeover and now all the reports will be uploaded immediately after they are tabled in Parliament. 167 more words

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26/11 Mumbai attack, Dreaded terror attack that country has not forgotten

It has been seven years since the biggest terror attack on Mumbai that engulfed 166 precious human lives, 18 of whom were security personnel who laid down their lives protecting us. 1,071 more words

CM Fadnavis pays homage to martyrs on 26/11 Mumbai attacks Anniv

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Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis paid homage to the martyrs of Mumbai terror attacks on the seventh anniversary of 26/11 terror attacks which shook the nation few years ago. 454 more words


Can India Afford To Abolish Capital Punishment

Hanging of 1991 Mumbai attack convict,Yakub memon has ignited a debate about capital punishment.Countries are slowly abolishing capital punishment.Today the number of countries which have capital punishment in half of what it used to be two decades ago. 547 more words

1991 AIR India Hijack

Gang rape by three or more men is not practical: Mulayam Singh Yadav, Thanks for the trivia!

Trivia by Neta: Gang rape by three men is not practical

Statistics: Every day 93 women are being raped in the country

The “most iconic” and “most respected” leader (pun intended) of Samajwadi Party recently told his fellow party workers that gang rape was an “impractical” idea since three people can’t rape a woman. 511 more words


An Open Letter From The Pakistan Foreign Office To India

(Note: This is my Hindustan Times column dated 9th Aug 2015.)


Qazi Khalilullah


Pakistan Foreign Office


The citizens of India

Subject: It Wasn’t Me… 676 more words


Naved and Kasab wanted to cover their failures

It has become a norm in the villages of Pakistan for young boys to take up arms when their fathers tell them that they are failures. 60 more words

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