Namit Hans

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Sudanese man in India for treatment goes missing

A missing report was filed by his son Abdulrazeek in Sarita Vihar police station.

Travelling to Leh-Ladakh? Think sustainable

The onus of ensuring that our footprint is minimised and the negative impact on the environment and ecology of the region is reduced lies with the travellers.

Muslim-born Salabeg, the Jagannath devotee who brought the Lord to the masses

The Jagannath cult is believed to be thousands of years old and has evolved over the years.

Manipur results: “Irom Sharmila was not able to garner support in terms of electoral politics”

Earlier, in an interview with Indian Express, Irom Sharmila had said that that 'people would have voted for her but their right to vote has been occupied by money'.

Punjab polls: People in border villages near Attari ‘disillusioned’ with SAD, look for alternative

In the border villages, including Attari, many claimed the competition was now between the Congress and first-time entrant AAP.

Young voters in Amritsar demand better education facilities, more jobs

Some of the students, who will vote for the first time on February 4, said that technological advancement should be used to make the voting process easier which will in turn attract more young voters.

Drug abuse dominates election campaign in Majitha

Now, in the run-up to the elections, both Congress and AAP in their campaigns are stridently attacking the Badals for drug addiction among Punjab youths.

Amarinder Singh calls himself captain but follows Rahul Gandhi’s order: Amit Shah in Punjab

At the Ranjit avenue ground in the city, Shah claimed that it was under BJP's leadership at the Centre that Punjab had developed.

Congress catches up with AAP on use of social media in Punjab polls

In Punjab, the Congress is running a robust social media campaign as it is reaching out to a large number of people using Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc.

Delhi BJP youth wing members in Punjab to expose ‘AAP lies’

The BJP 'Pol Khol' campaign, headed by Delhi Youth BJP President Sunil Yadav, is being carried out in 23 constituencies where the party is contesting elections.

Khejri, the tree that inspired Chipko movement, is dying a slow death

As per local mythology the ‘Pandavas’ hid their weapons under this tree when they were in exile.

From leaders to cities, how India owes a lot to the secret order of Freemasons

Swami Vivekananda, Pandit Motilal Nehru, Rajendra Prasad and Fakhrudin Ali Ahmed are some among many of the prominent Indian leaders who are believed to have joined freemasonry.

From Red Fort to United Nations: How India put the global spotlight on Balochistan

The entire episode took another turn when India finally took up the issue at United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva on Wednesday.

Why Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali jeans is more about brand building and less about swadeshi

The question is how can jeans, something which symbolises the western influence on Indian youth, be turned into a 'swadeshi' product?

PM Narendra Modi’s speech on Independence Day tries to woo Punjab, Uttar Pradesh voters

Less than an hour into his speech, PM invoked the example of Sikh Gurus and hailed them for their sacrifices.

UP school against reciting national anthem, says nation cannot be above god

Basic Shiksha Adhikari Jaikaran Yadav told IndianExpress.com that the school was among many others which are not recognized by the government or education department.

Abdul Kalam death anniversary: How we’ve carried his legacy

The 'missile man' of India had won millions of hearts and left everyone shocked when he departed on July 27 last year.

AAP student wing not to contest DU elections, will protest against ‘muscle and money’ power

The AAP student wing will campaign for implementation of Lyngdoh Committee guidelines for the university elections.

World Refugee Day: Five human influxes that have shaped India

The birth of India was accompanied by one of the biggest refugee crisis the world has seen.

Happy Birthday Donald Trump – Hindu Sena cuts cake for ‘messiah against Islamic terror’

"The BJP used to speak against Islamic terror, but after coming to power it has also become a 'secular party'," Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta said.

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