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    Data and genetic manipulation for race specific bioweapons not an impossibility

    Global genetic data collection-manipulation is a double-edged sword of dual use from bio-welfare to bio-warfare. The implications of weaponizing data are being realised only now worldwide. New concerns include security issues like the manipulation of public opinion to cause civil strife, economic disruption and bring about regime change.Read all the latest updates...

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    When Mohan Bhagwat reached out to Muslims

    'Building bridges and dialogue the only way'. New Delhi: Something that has eluded the Hindu-Muslim amelioration mostly in the post 1947 phase, was, in fact, historically created in the form of the release of The Meeting of Minds: A Bridging Initiative, by the RSS super brain and Sarsanghchalak (chief) Dr Mohan Rao Bhagwat. Authored by Dr Khwaja Iftikhar Ahmed, one of the few nationalist pulse readers...

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    WHO covered up China's role in spread of Covid-19

    A probe into the full extent of China's influence at WHO and the WHO's tragic mishandling is fully warranted, but also fully challenged by the lack of information provided by the WHO and China. Last week, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, World Health Organisation (WHO), had stated at a global online media briefing that there has been a premature push to rule out that the virus...

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    Xi Tibet visit an expression of frustration, anxiety and arrogance

    Xi's visit exposed the hollowness of China's claim about Tibet being an 'integral and inseparable part of China' or that the Tibetans are 'happy' and 'thankful' to China for 'liberation' from the Dalai Lama's 'feudal' rule. Chinese President Xi Jinping's sudden and dramatic visit to Tibet holds more than one meaning. And no one meaning carries less weight than the other. This...

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    Cops grill Shilpa Shetty in Raj Kundra porn case

    Mumbai: The Crime Branch of the Mumbai Police raided the residence of Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra in an alleged pornography case related to the production of pornographic films. Raj Kundra has been sent to the judicial custody till 27 July for further investigation in the pornoghaphy case. Raj Kundra has approached the Bombay High Court to grant him relief from the illegal arrest in complete...

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    Mamata's Delhi visit bid to forge Opposition unity

    'If she decides to pursue her national ambitions, she will need an entirely new political vocabulary'. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will be the new chairperson of the parliamentary party of the Trinamool Congress. Her four-day visit to New Delhi from 26 July is expected to lay the groundwork for a greater national focus for the regional leader. She will visit the central hall of...

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    Is Bihar staring at mid-term elections?

    Discomfort in Bihar NDA and its wafer-thin majority in Assembly may lead to instability. After a close finish in the recently concluded Bihar legislative Assembly election, there are growing signs of discomfort in the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the state which may emerge stronger in the coming months. It is not only the opposition parties in the state which are questioning the...

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    Sedition law: A mockery of democracy?

    New Delhi: Since 6 April, when Justice M.V. Ramana took over as the 48th Chief Justice of India (CJI), we have seen an alternate Supreme Court (SC), one willing to remain by individuals. Lamentably, the residencies of the past four CJIs were defaced by debates. Individuals, all things considered, including understudies, political opponents, columnists, social activists, individuals from the common society,...

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    Now, Congress' focus on groupism in Rajasthan

    After Punjab, Uttarakhand, high command to sort out crisis in desert state; Gehlot likely to expand cabinet next week. New Delhi: The Congress high command is, undeniably, active to ensure that groupism in different state units ends. Change of guard in Punjab and Uttarakhand party units has been carried out to do away with the faction fighting. But the question remains whether this exercise could...

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    Shaky in UP, Priyanka quiet about Punjab too

    AICC general secretary's lobbying for Sidhu speaks volumes about what is in store. New Delhi: Though AICC General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra managed to get Navjot Singh Sidhu appointed Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president, the challenge in the state is far from over. Punjab is to go to polls in February-March next year along with Uttar Pradesh. With UP already continuing to be a...

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