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Muslim women welcome amendments to Triple Talaq Bill

The Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan welcomes the amendments suggested by the cabinet to the triple talaq bill - The Muslim Women (Protection Of Rights On Marriage) Bill, 2017.

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Today is Gandhi's 70th death anniversary

Today is Gandhi ji's 70th death anniversary. As Einstein had said "Scarcely the future generations will believe that such a man walked on this earth ...".

An India-loving Ambassador is no more

Larbi Reffouh, Morocco's  former ambassador to India who retired from service in October 2016,  died suddenly early January 16 in Rabat.  He was 69. A very popular figure in the diplomatic circuit, Reffouh had also served as Moroccan ambassador to Gabon, Brazil, Argentina before coming to India in 2011.  He was concurrently accredited to Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Maldives while being based in New Delhi.

Will Indian Army finally get the weapons it needs?

The Indian bureaucracy's stranglehold which used to cause inordinate delays in materialization of urgently needed  weapons and equipment for the three Services will hopefully be loosened with the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC)

Why India's progress on border roads is slow

Visiting Arunachal Pradesh, in northeastern India, in January 2009, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced a fast-track development programme to provide the geo-strategically located border state with much needed strategic and administrative infrastructure, including a major new road network.

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Fighting the climate change apocalypse: West should practise what it preaches

The Pew study survey found that 24 percent of Indians believe that technology can solve the climate-change problem – and definitely that's the way forward as technology is bringing down the price of green energy. And China and India can make the most significant contributions as they leap-frog to greener technologies –

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Indian government appoints new Chief Economic Advisor

The Indian government has appointed Krishnamurthy Subramanian as its new Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) in place of Arvind Subramanian, who left the post in July this year.

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