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Kabul killings: New dimensions in today's journalist copybook

News reporting has always been hazardous work. I learnt this first hand when barely four years in the field as a cub reporter in Delhi. It was the 1970s and bomb explosions like the recent one in Kabul which killed nine, including a woman, journalists, were yet to be listed as dangers in a reporter’s copybook.

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China halts funding, Pakistan left stunned

The media reported on  December 05, 2017 that China has temporarily stopped the funding of some projects particularly those related to the road network under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), begun over two years ago, pending a further decision on 'new guidelines' to be issued from Beijing.

Commemorating December 16 victory

December 16 is observed as Vijay Diwas/Bijoy Diwas (both meaning Victory Day) in India and Bangladesh, by Anil Bhat

Recalling lessons of the 1971 India-Pakistan war

The lessons of the Battle of Longewal are clear, writes Akshaya K Gupta

Cashing in on cash

A senior bank official revealed on Tuesday that the cash supply by RBI to banks in the state has been reduced by almost 70 percent which is causing great inconvenience to the customers.

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India poised to join China as global leaders in renewables: Report

India is poised to join China as the two global leaders in the renewable energy technology-led transformation, a US-based research institute said.

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India’s growth story is treading on thin ice

By all estimates, the Indian economy has entered a phase of recovery. After a period of subdued growth that was marred by a spate of disruptions, India has regained the fastest-growing major eco...

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