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Indian Muslims would never let ISIS set up base in country: Rajnath Singh

Indian Muslims would never allow terrorist outfits such as the Islamic State have a base in the country, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said. The minister’s comments come a day after the ISIS announced its arrival in Kashmir.

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Rajnath urges Gates foundation to build "Model Villages" in India

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday requested Microsoft founder and head of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Gates, to concentrate on making “Model Villages” to inspire the local people. 81 more words

Himachal Pradesh Assembly polls: BJP, Cong slug it out for 68 seats today

Political observers say the contest between the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is neck and neck as there is no clear wave in favour of any party… 294 more words
Current Affairs

Quest for peace in J-K: Will Dineshwar Sharma succeed?

Dineshwar Sharma, Centre’s interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir, reached Srinagar on November 6 on a five-day visit to the State in his quest for peace. Questions have been raised about his mission by opposition parties mainly on the ground that his domain and jurisdiction have not been clearly defined. 573 more words


Truth, the first step to restoring J&K’s dignity

Sometimes I feel there is predictability, an inevitability and metaphysical pathos about politics which is seen as inevitable. When people talk of Kashmir, or Manipur, I feel the same sense of gloom and doom that has haunted these states since Independence. 994 more words

Centre appoints former IB director to initiate sustained dialogue in the Valley

The government has decided to start a sustained dialogue in Jammu and Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said. The government has appointed former director of the Intelligence Bureau, Dineshwar Sharma to lead the talks.

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China understands that India is no longer weak

Rajnath Singh (TOI file photo)

Under Narendra Modi, India has become a powerful country and its prestige at the international level has grown.

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said the country’s borders were “completely safe” and China has also understood that “India is no more weak”. 148 more words