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    Triumph in loss

    I lost my confidence in myself as a warrior who defeated Indra I lost my army, my kinsmen, kingdom Along the way my reputation So here I was, a doddery old Bull Demon, lusting after a strange Woman sitting along Singing alone on Her lion mount outside my fort In that Presence I lost my sense of balance Amy peace of mind I lost my heart to You And with that My gain was complete

    • 3 days ago
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    Vaccine nationalism is the way forward

    An attempt is being made by the BMGF, GAVI and WHO combine, in the name of AMC, to get legally binding commitments from member countries to buy the corona vaccine for administrating to their respective populations. The last date for giving a commitment for the same was fixed for 18 September 2020, which India let lapse. New Delhi: Intense efforts are being made in the country and the world to develop a...

    • 4 days ago
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    Post-Democracy and Juristocracy in the Age of Confusion

    A few days ago one saw on television what looked like a ghostly meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania. A masked French president Macron was in a mumbling dialogue with an equally muzzled Svetlana Tikhonovskaya surrounded by aides who seemed to be extras in the popular flick 'The Mummy'. The topic was Belarus and the lady was asking Macron to lead a EU intervention of some kind to 'restore...

    • 4 days ago
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    Zojila tunnel will be ready before next Lok Sabha polls: Gadkari

    Srinagar: What could not be started by the previous political dispensations in 15 years of struggle, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari virtually did the first blast to start work on the Zojila tunnel which will be the last hurdle to make Srinagar-Leh highway all year connected. On Thursday, Gadkari not only gave orders for the work, but also said that it would be completed ahead of the...

    • 4 days ago
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    Formal political alliance takes shape seeking 370 restoration

    Srinagar: Friends and foes of mainstream politics in Kashmir cobbled together a new political alliance on Thursday at the Gupkar residence of Farooq Abdullah and named it the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration. After the meeting, they told the media that whatever has been 'snatched' from the people of Jammu and Kashmir would be taken back from the Centre and 'this fight will...

    • 4 days ago
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    Cops book Shopian teachers under PSA

    Srinagar: In an unprecedented development, police have booked three school teachers at the Imam Sahib Village of Shopian in South Kashmir for allegedly radicalising their students; however, the management of the school has refuted the charges and said that they were being implicated in a false case. IGP Police Kashmir range Vijay Kumar told the media that the school came under the lens of the agencies after...

    • 4 days ago
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    Bihar at the bottom of CSR parameters

    State got less than 1% of funds spent by government, private corporate houses in 5 years. New Delhi: Bihar saw Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) spending to the tune of Rs 440 crore in the five-year period of 2015 to 2019. The CSR amount that was spent across India in the same time period was Rs 71,277 crore. Unemployment and the resultant migration, which came to the fore during the national...

    • 4 days ago
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    'A child goes missing in India every eight minutes'

    New Delhi: Every eight minutes, a child goes missing in India. According to the annual National Crime Record Bureau's (NCRB) 'Crime in India' 2019 report, a total of 73,138 children were reported missing last year. The report also states that the number of missing children has increased by 8.9% in 2019. In 2018, the number of missing children was 67,134. A total of 71,253 children were...

    • 4 days ago
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    Touts promising BJP ticket get active in Bengal

    New Delhi: Mid-level Bharatiya Janata Party functionaries, individuals wrongly claiming closeness to RSS decision makers and heads of NGOs and other similar organisations, are making a beeline for poll-bound West Bengal in search of gullible, prospective ticket seekers who want to contest the May 2021 elections on the BJP ticket. These individuals, by virtue of their claimed closeness to top BJP...

    • 4 days ago
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    Pakistan's 'soft-approach' to discredit India finds no takers

    New Delhi: India's security observers have dismissed the interview of Moeed W. Yusuf given to an Indian interviewer, as a futile and childish exercise. Yusuf is special advisor on national security and strategic policy planning to Pakistan's Prime Minister and claimed in the interview that India has sent a message to Pakistan saying it wants to talk to Islamabad, but that Pakistan...

    • 4 days ago

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