It is said to be an exercise to create an alternative emergency landing.
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The professions that defined middle class aspiration are now sites of a deepening discontent.
The biggest asset for this government in its battle against corruption has been the incorruptible leadership of the prime minister himself.
India’s first gay matrimonial ad, unfortunately, cannot lead to marriage in this country.
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May was to be devoted to propagating the message of “total revolution”, even in the remotest corners of the state.
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It does not befit a Union minister to speak too freely on affairs of the state.
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This government is the first to clearly stress the importance of manufacturing for growth and employment.
On Modi govt's first year in power Jamaat-e-Islami’s bi-weekly, Dawaat, writes: Everyone knows that the government got the support of all but has facilitated the development of only a chosen few.
The Seventh Schedule is not set in stone. Government must push for greater decentralisation.
India rejected a Pakistani proposal for a multilateral guarantee that it would use nuclear power only for peaceful purposes.
The World Education Forum is a test of our commitment to children.
Will the real Shakespeare please stand up?
New evidence exposes police version of the Tirupati forest killings.
While imaginative, the scheme to monetise private reserves must be backed by assurances.
Outcomes from Modi’s China visit are not spectacular. But they are substantial.
Narendra Modi’s greatest momentum has been in foreign policy. But the external opportunities he has successfully created for India could be undermined by potential domestic failures.
Since last year, even when the PM travels, he is just a remote control button away.
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Chief minister has the right to pick his babus. Lieutenant governor should not force a showdown.
Her death has raised voices of sanity against marauders in the name of religion.
India and China will be drawn closer by the shared priority of development for their peoples.
When B.B. King played, it was the cold hard truth — like hearing Martin Luther King speak.
The ‘secular’ vote bank politics created by the Congress, nurtured by communists and now encashed by the Trinamool Congress.
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