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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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Waqf bungling

On September 6 this year, the government informed the Legislative Council that more than 6000 kanals of Waqf land have been usurped.

UNHCR offers relocation to Rohingyas from Kashmir camp

Just past noon on November 8, two United Nations officers from Delhi waited for about two dozen Rohingya refugees in a white ground-floor room in Jammu - the Hindu-majority region of Jammu and Kashmir state - with a message: "You may face problems or dangers in Jammu, move out if you want, we will fund you," several refugees said.

Withdrawing cases against youth

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday directed the Director General of Police, S P Vaid, to withdraw 744 cases in which 4327 youth are involved following recommendations of a high-level committee.

Withdrawing cases against youth

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday directed the Director General of Police, S P Vaid, to withdraw 744 cases in which 4327 youth are involved following recommendations of a high-level committee.

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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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