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How the growing chasm between India and Nepal is widening at all levels

As the current impasse has hit almost all sections of Nepalese society, protests and displays of jingoism and an overdose of anti-Indian sentiments are becoming almost a routine.

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NGT issues notice to Centre over plea for ban on sale of Volkswagen vehicles

Volkswagen has admitted that 11 million diesel engine cars worldwide were fitted with the software that helped in manipulating emission tests.


Nepal releases 13 SSB personnel after brief detention

The patrol party was detained near Kishanganj district at around 7 am this morning.

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Dialogue only way forward for improving Indo-Pak relations: Ban Ki-moon

“I believe that an improved relationship between India and Pakistan could create a more conducive environment for both countries to stem the threat posed by terrorism,” Ban said.


HWL 2015: Against Olympic champions, real India turn up

After a listless performance on the opening day, India came from behind to beat Germany in Raipur

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It is important to strengthen rights, but it’s as important to strengthen duties: PM Modi

Day two of the Winter Session of Parliament will see Prime Minister Narendra Modi intervene and conclude the on-going debate on the Commitment to the Constitution.


Ind vs SA, 3rd Test: Hashim Amla’s men clutching at straws

Two early South Africa wickets on a vicious sandpit put India on top despite a poor show by their batsmen.

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Cultural terrorism: Aamir Khan dividing India in the name of tolerance

It’s time for people like Aamir Khan to show what they have done for this country. It is the country that has given them everything till now.

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Nepal: Tarai aflame will have a bearing on domestic politics, relations with neighbours

The current round of violence and tension with curfew imposed in certain areas coincides with what looks like a series of half-hearted negotiations between the government and UDMF in Kathmandu.

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India, China agree to share intelligence, enhance ties to tackle terror

The two countries agreed to enhance cooperation in combating international terrorism through exchanging information on terrorist activities, groups and their linkages.

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India blow away Japan 6-1, enter junior men’s Asia Cup final

India men’s junior team beats Japan 6-1 in the semi-final of the junior Asia Cup in Malaysia on Saturday.


Warangal Lok Sabha bypoll: 40% voter turnout till noon

About 40 per cent polling was reported till noon in the by-election to Warangal (SC) Lok Sabha constituency in Telangana on Saturday.


No proposal under consideration to grant India MFN status: Pakistan

India granted the MFN status to Pakistan in 1996 but Pakistan is yet to reciprocate to that. Grant of status to India would help in further boosting trade between the countries.

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India has 60.4 per cent people without access to toilet: Study

However, since 1990, access has improved by 22.8 percentage points, putting India at seventh out of eight countries for improvement in South Asia.

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India, Bangladesh agree to share militant information

Bangladeshi home secretary Mozammel Haque Khan said that cross border drug smuggling issue were also discussed at the talks.