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The Indian Inquiry

As we celebrate yet another national Indian holiday in the form of a Bharat bandh, it is only appropriate to analyse just how much the political class is vested in the protection of it’s residential citizens. 601 more words


26/11 anniversary: In Pakistan, a trial that never was

Nine years have gone by since Mumbai was attacked by ten terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. Fortunately for India, one terrorist, Ajmal Kasab was caught alive and this ensured that the case was built up strongly.

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26/11 anniversary: “Hope papa will come home,” says Ombale’s daughter

Nine years have gone since 10 terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba attacked Mumbai on 26/11. For the family of Tukaram Ombale who was killed while trying to capture Ajmal Kasab, life has not been the same.

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Vicky Nanjappa

The Ban on Cow Slaughter : A Literature Review {Part VIII}

This is Part VIII in a ten-part series where literature on the practice of cow slaughter and its ban by the Government of India over the years has been reviewed as part of our research on this theme. 1,153 more words