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Foreign-aided NGOs are actively stalling development, IB tells PMO in a report PDF Print E-mail
ThisIndia

12 June 2014

As a first step to fast-tracking development high on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s agenda, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) has submitted a classified document identifying several foreign-funded non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that are “negatively impacting economic development”.

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Curfew in Haryana town after communal violence PDF Print E-mail
ThisIndia

12 June 2014

A curfew was imposed in a Haryana town on Sunday following tension between two communities after a road accident, police said. Violence erupted on Sunday morning in Tauru town, 40 km from Gurgaon city, after a truck mowed down two men on a bike, killing one of them on the spot, police said.

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Why I joined the Sangh, and why I left PDF Print E-mail
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Why I joined the Sangh, and why I left

By Vikas Pathak | June 10, 2014
- See more at: http://www.caravanmagazine.in/vantage/why-i-left#sthash.OiFmpvEC.dpuf

By Vikas Pathak

12 June 2014

In 1997, when I arrived at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University to study history, the Bharatiya Janata Party was on the rise. The party had formed a 13-day government in 1996 and was widely anticipated to be on the cusp of power.

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Ban Ki-moon criticises Mulayam’s ‘boys will be boys’ remark PDF Print E-mail
ThisIndia

5 June 2014

 

The United States and the United Nations have been sharp in their condemnation of the rape and hanging of two girls in Badaun district of Uttar Pradesh. While the U.S. State Department said it was “horrified” by the crimes, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon criticised the statements of Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh in an oblique reference, saying: “We say no to the dismissive, destructive attitude of ‘boys will be boys.’”

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‘Now, we have a democratically elected totalitarian government’ — Arundhati Roy PDF Print E-mail
ThisIndia

25 May 2014

In Pakistan, apprehensions are rife about Narendra Modi’s flamboyant success. But fervent Modi supporters in the Indian middle classes prefer to place him in the economic governance arena. Dawn recently talked to renowned Indian writer, Arundhati Roy, in Delhi to explore what Modi’s rise means for India.

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