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In Kumaon's Saryu Valley, get an exquisite taste of mountain communities through a pioneering rural tourism programme
Puneet K Paliwal
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Indian political personalities look at each other as competitors. The politicians in power in New Delhi don't seem to not want to interfere in the political affairs in Kashmir
Aditya Mookerjee, Belgaum, India
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The succus hearts keeps bleeding for Kashmir. But as in the case of the dog that did not bark, the succus are silent about the situation in Jammu and Ladakh.
Akash Verma, Chennai, India
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This so called "All Party" gambit is turning out to be a master stroke of BJP.  BJP must have known that the separatists would not come for a dialogue.
P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia, United States
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In 1999, India and France entered into a $3.5 billion deal for the supply of these submarines. The first of the 6 subs is out on sea trials for the last three months and is to be commissioned later this year. At this stage, a newspaper in Australia has revealed secret data on the submarines, plausibly stolen from India. Indian Defence authorities have ruled out any pilferage of data from India.

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Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is hosting the 31st Olympic Games from August 5 to 21. This is the first Olympics being held in South America and is going on even as a majority Brazilians are unhappy with their rulers. Here’s a quiz on some random Olympic facts and related trivia.
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THE SOCIAL NETWORK
Outlook-Drshti Survey MAGAZINE October 03, 2016
Although the start-up scene remains abuzz with activity, many B-schools are setting grads on the old-school employability path
Column MAGAZINE October 03, 2016
Recruiters are back on terra firma, so pass-outs will have to prove employability
The Big Debate MAGAZINE October 03, 2016
Experts tell us how both public and private B-schools are important
Security MAGAZINE October 03, 2016
Avoiding reactionary retaliation, Modi government plans for a cold, calculated response to the Uri attack
Society MAGAZINE October 03, 2016
Our Paralympians have done us proud, but, as a crucial law hangs fire, most Indians with disabilities lead diminished lives
Website September 25, 2016
By choosing not to escalate a crisis, India is deliberately swallowing its anger because the cost-to-benefit analysis does not favour war
Website September 24, 2016
Joyal Bindu had an unbelievable experience when TN police escorted him and others driving KA-registration vehicles for 350 km
Website September 24, 2016
And he called Pakistanis for a fight — to end poverty, illiteracy, unemployment and infant mortality
Website September 23, 2016
It has been successful in generating the belief in India that their leadership is sufficiently irrational and might just press the nuclear button
Website September 22, 2016
At its Annual General Meeting, the BCCI took decisions in complete defiance of the instructions of the SC-Appointed Committee.
Website September 22, 2016
The whole business of prohibition in Gujarat is a big charade. It is soggy wet so those who want to drink, get enough of it but for a price.
Website September 22, 2016
Full text of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's speech at the UN
Website September 21, 2016
A visible upside of Brexit, restaurateurs were pleasantly surprised to find Londoners regaining their appetite for dining out
Blog September 25, 2016
Watch what you wash yourself with.  The Food and Drug Administration of the US, an agency tasked with protecting and promoting health of its
Blog September 25, 2016
Puttu, the guiltless staple breakfast of Keralites, has made it to the popular American talk show hosted by Ellen DeGeneres. And it was a
In 1999, India and France entered into a $3.5 billion deal for the supply of these submarines. The first of the 6 subs is out on sea trials for the last three months and is to be commissioned later this year. At this stage, a newspaper in Australia has revealed secret data on the submarines, plausibly stolen from India. Indian Defence authorities have ruled out any pilferage of data from India.
Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is hosting the 31st Olympic Games from August 5 to 21. This is the first Olympics being held in South America and is going on even as a majority Brazilians are unhappy with their rulers. Here’s a quiz on some random Olympic facts and related trivia.
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