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JKLF separatist Yasin Malik is the main accused the in the cases of Rubaiya Saeed's kidnapping and the murder of 5 IAF personnel

Yasin Malik kidnapped Dr Rubaiya Saeed, killed 5 IAF personnel, got away, but Karma may catch up now

Yasin Malik was today booked under the Public Safety Act and has been transferred to Jammu's Kot Balwal jail.

So what changed about India in the five years of Modi?

Modi decided, suddenly and aggressively, to raise the bar. A mission to go from 40% to 100% in just 5 years.

Jammu and Kashmir Anti Corruption Bureau Director transferred to Home Department

Director of Jammu and Kashmir Anti Corruption Bureau has been transferred to the Home Department

You are wrong, NYT: It is our time now

The commentator, through the article in The New York Times, tries to make personal jibes at the Indian Prime Minister Modi without offering any data to substantiate the tall claims that are being made.

Colour TVs and grinders are passé, Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik now introduces foreign trips

To fund his populist scheme, Naveen Patnaik’s government has recently withdrawn 735 crore rupees from state contingency funds.

Maharashtra to implement 7th pay commission from January 2019; announcement likely today

It is expected that the arrears of the seventh pay commission will be given with retrospective effect from January 2016

Modi govt rejects idea of a separate timezone for Northeast India. Here’s why it was the right decision

Modi Government has rejected the idea of a different timezone for northeast for strategic reasons
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Sabarimala: Consent of the Governed vs Divine Right

In both Sabarimala and firecrackers ban, there has been widespread disobedience and if the state wants to implement these policies against the will of people, a disproportionate amount of force will have to be used.

RBI Deputy Governor’s remarks against Govt are unbecoming and betray the tradition of the institution

It is time for the Modi government to act decisively and bring in new blood into the RBI.

Jio and others ban porn websites after court order, but websites find a loophole

This move comes after the Uttarakhand High Court had in September asked the centre to cancel the licenses of websites that offer obscene content

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