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European Parliament delegation to visit Kashmir today for first-hand information

The Narendra Modi government has agreed to host 23 members of the European Parliament, currently on a visit to India, in the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday so they can see first-hand the ground situation in the region after the nullification of Article 370, which gave Jammu & Kashmir special status.

Air India Spreads Guru Nanak’s Message “ ੴ ” on its aircrafts

In rarest of rare decision taken by the Government of India, it ordered “ ੴ ” EK ONKAR to be painted on the tail wing of Air India’s aircraft 787 Dreamliner. The decision marks the celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 550th Birth Anniversary.

J&K to restore post-paid mobile service from Monday

The post-paid mobile services “irrespective of the telecom service provider will stand restored and be functional from 12 noon on Monday, October 14,” Kansal said.

Let us go back to Mahatma Gandhi

Pakistan’s universities are not counted among the world’s top universities. In fact, even in Pakistan nobody in pursuit of knowledge sets much store by them. The reason is an ideology based on religion which doesn’t brook revision. One thought India would learn from this negative example but it has succumbed. 

England's Archbishop repents Jallianwala Bagh massacre

I happened to be in Amritsar for some research work on the day of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s visit to Jallianwala Bagh in early September.

Standard of Pakistan’s manpower is linked to the country’s education model

On 3 September, the Lahore School of Economics (LSE) held a symposium on behavioural economics at The Pearl Intercontinental Hotel, discussing how the quality of Pakistan’s manpower has affected the country’s economy and its management.

Govt. should forbid tax terrorism and respected independent voices: Manmohan Singh

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said a “well-conceived strategy” was needed to make India a five trillion economy.

Journalist Priya ramani testifies in court against MJ Akbar

Journalist Priya Ramani told a Delhi court on Saturday that she tweeted about her experience of sexual harassment allegedly by former Union minister MJ Akbar, after seeing other women tweet about similar experiences.

Controversy still persists how did Americans reached Osama bin Laden?

Prime Minister Imran Khan said in Washington in August that Pakistan had informed the US about Osama bin Laden’s presence in Abbottabad and thought that it was therefore unfair on the part of the US to covertly attack Abbottabad and take out the al Qaeda leader without informing Pakistan.

J&K Loses Special Status; Bifurcated Into Two UTs

Narendra Modi led BJP government scraps the historical Article 370. J&K no longer a state.

India and China needs to work unitedly to build a secure Afghanistan

There is an air of uncertainty about the U.S.’s intentions in Afghanistan. The likelihood of an American pullout raises the spectre of instability in Afghanistan, South and Central Asia.

China to provide ‘most advance’ ships to Pakistan: claims a report

China is building the first of four “most advanced” naval warships for its “all-weather ally” Pakistan as part of a major bilateral arms deal to ensure among other things “balance of power” in the strategic Indian Ocean, state media reported.

PM Narenda Modi 95-minute interview in 2019

In his first interview of 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on a variety of issues ranging from surgical strikes to demonetisation, and from the Ram temple issue to that of triple talaq and Sabarimala protests.

Strong resistance by opposition thwarts Govt’s triple talaq push in Rajya Sabha

 A united Opposition on Monday thwarted the government’s attempt to push the instant Triple Talaq Bill in the Rajya Sabha as it insisted on referring it to the select committee of Parliament.

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