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Fed up with troubled marriages, women in Kashmir are seeking divorce and getting it from regular and Sharia courts
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The man who has brought quick divorce settlements to many aggrieved women in J&K on the sudden spurt in divorce cases in the Valley.
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The text of Rohith Vemula’s suicide note holds the key to understanding his death. It doesn’t speak like those who claim to speak for him.
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Parrikar and Doval talk, but terror demands action
ASHOK K. MEHTA
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Beef in the bathroom? Dadri sees an echo in Dewas: except, the cops arrived.
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What will Arunachal Pradesh be like under President's rule? Will it be able to retain its fierce spirit during these uncertain times?
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