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Ayodhya Hindus, Muslims unanimous, temple must be built

News By DIBYENDU MONDAL

An overwhelming majority of people from both Hindu and Muslim communities in Ayodhya say that the Ram temple should be built where the Babri mosque once stood so that the pilgrimage town “rediscovers itself as a glorious city”.

14 January, 2018

Go for Uniform Civil Code: Arif Mohammad Khan

News By AREEBA FALAK

Former Union minister Arif Mohammad Khan is known for his advocacy of reform in Muslim personal laws, including the ban on instant triple talaq.

14 January, 2018

Centre’s efforts to streamline direct selling business bearing fruit

News By NAVTAN KUMAR

The Centre’s bid to streamline direct selling business in the country has started bearing fruit with as many as 124 companies informing the government that they fully follow the guidelines issued by it.

14 January, 2018

‘New bill will give more power to consumers’

News By Kundan Jha

he new Consumer Protection Bill 2017, approved by the Union Cabinet on 20 December last year, is likely to give more power to consumers, especially those who use e-platforms, say consumer rights experts.

14 January, 2018

Peace delegation calls for amicable solution to Ayodhya dispute

News By DIBYENDU MONDAL

The delegation has conceptualised the idea of a grand temple of Lord Ram.

14 January, 2018

Fire and Fury explodes like an IED in Washington Beltway

News By CLEO PASKAL

It is not that this Improvised Editorial Device’s salacious tidbits are necessarily true.

13 January, 2018

Assam sees a drop in Illegal immigration

News By DIBYENDU MONDAL & AREEBA FALAK

Updating the National Register of Citizens is intended to put an end to the uncertainty over citizenship status of a large number of migrants. However, observers say this will leave a number of issues unresolved.

13 January, 2018

Chelameswar’s revolt was brewing for at least two months

News By Sheela Bhatt

On 12 January, when personal assistant to Justice J. Chelameswar sent an SMS, around 10.40 am, to select journalists covering the Supreme Court to reach his home for a press conference, the news hit like a time bomb.

13 January, 2018

Bollywood recreates Malala’s Swat valley at Sindh valley near Sonamarg

News By NOOR-UL-QAMRAIN

In the freezing valley of Kashmir, Bollywood has brought a lot of activity in the Ganderbal district, especially around the Sindh valley near Sonamarg. Prominent Bollywood director Amjad Khan is busy in a shooting schedule for a biopic film.

13 January, 2018
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