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Members of Parliament played a charity game against an all-star Bollywood team to raise awareness for the Clean India campaign and the women’s empowerment programme.
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Arundathi Roy is correct that the Vale of Kashmir seeks, persistently and unambigously, indepdendence from India.  The occupation is, as occupations invariably are, brutal.
Vivek Sharma, Claremont, CA, USA
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The fact that the Bharat Ratna was awarded to the likes of Tendulkar and Lata Mangeshkar only revelas the painful truth - that any debate on the nation's interest is getting increasingly dominated by the shallow minded, crass, bollywood and T20 cricket loving noveau riche fools.
G.Natrajan, Isere, France
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Well Congress handed over part of the Kashmir to Pakistan sixty six years ago.  Now they want to give some more.
P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia, United States
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The cricket icon is reported to have tried to curry favour with Defence Minister Parrikar for a friend's property adjoining defence land in Mussoorie. Parrikar is said to have declined to help. The recipient of India's top honour is also busy endorsing various products. Is India's legendary batsman insulting the Bharat Ratna, which was given to him after amending rules?

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Kashmir has been the scene for massive protests following the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani on July 8. “Non-lethal” pellet guns used against the protesters have blinded many and 45-odd people have died in the face-off against security forces. The scale of protests have led to frayed tempers in the mainland with many resorting to high-voltage jingoism. But how well do you know Kashmir? Find out, take this quiz.
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THE SOCIAL NETWORK
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
How the parivar flouted every law on children to traffic 31 young tribal girls from Assam to Punjab and Gujarat to ‘Hinduise’ them. And how it leaves their parents forlorn.
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
The complexities of the tribals’ animist practices are flattened out for the Sangh parivar’s agenda.
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
In the border areas of Assam, there’s a comprehensive network of Sangh outfits which concentrate on welfare activities
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
The message was clear—that if you’re from Northeast, you are Hindu—and it is being clearly indoctrinated in these young girls
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
If they want to help children, why not in Assam?
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
The Bodo and adivasis girls, taken away from their homes, have now emb­raced patriarchal ideas of honour, sati and jauhar
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
31 tribal girls, between the age of three and 11, from five border districts of Assam are taken to Delhi...
Cover Story MAGAZINE August 08, 2016
Operation Beti Uthao clearly violates Indian and international laws and guidelines
Website July 30, 2016
She was a bit of a Robin Hood who wouldn’t give two hoots about what you thought of her as she unabashedly ensnared the haves into involuntary corporate social responsibility for the have-nots.
Website July 30, 2016
Congress says restore girls to parents, CPI(M)’s Brinda Karat says arrest those involved in trafficking racket
Website July 30, 2016
The relay kanwarias demand right of way on the already choked roads and get furious if they have to wait even a bit
Website July 28, 2016
The home minister was among the few who were against NSA-level talks with Pakistan after the Pathankot attack
Website July 27, 2016
Inflation has come down only because of good luck stemming from low energy prices.
Website July 26, 2016
With Jabong and Myntra both in its fold, Flipkart would have a far better reach and offering in fashion as compared to other e-retail players.
Website July 25, 2016
Unaware when co-option turns into comfort, and the minister and the journalist become friends. Each an extension of the other.
Website July 25, 2016
Peaceful acts — peace being a word that, even rhetorically, has gone out of style in “wartime” Washington — are still possible in this world.
Blog July 30, 2016
Many readers expressed shock and indignation over the Hinduisation of trafficked tribal girls from Assam by RSS affiliates as reported exclusively in the latest Outlook
Blog July 27, 2016
Seen Nike's video campaign 'Da Da Ding' promoting flashy and exorbitant shoes for women? Ever wondered about the thousands of working class and poor women
The cricket icon is reported to have tried to curry favour with Defence Minister Parrikar for a friend's property adjoining defence land in Mussoorie. Parrikar is said to have declined to help. The recipient of India's top honour is also busy endorsing various products. Is India's legendary batsman insulting the Bharat Ratna, which was given to him after amending rules?
Kashmir has been the scene for massive protests following the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani on July 8. “Non-lethal” pellet guns used against the protesters have blinded many and 45-odd people have died in the face-off against security forces. The scale of protests have led to frayed tempers in the mainland with many resorting to high-voltage jingoism. But how well do you know Kashmir? Find out, take this quiz.
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