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Nagen Singh

Nagen Singh

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The author is Correspondent with Wion

African student's cultural survival in India

A 22-year-old Ruth Ouchata is from Zimbabwe, she is pursuing her law degree in one of the universities and lives with her sister Jezzy on the outskirts of Delhi in Greater Noida for a year now.…

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Maharashtra: Female doctor commits suicide over racial slurs from seniors

Payal Tadvi’s body was found hanging in the doctor’s hostel where she stayed as a trainee resident doctor. It is being alleged by the girl’s family that Payal was constantly being harassed with…

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What happened at the CWC meeting: The inside story

Sources also said that the CWC passed a resolution authorising Gandhi to restructure the party.

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India’s defence set to form new special forces division

The Indian tri-services commando unit will have two-star officers from the Indian Army’s parachute force also known as Paras, the marine commandos MARCOS of Navy and the Garuda unit of the Air…

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Lok Sabha polls 2019: BJP-TMC row heats up in West Bengal as Amit Shah, PM Modi attack Mamata

As the political tit-for-tat battle played out in the open, O’Brien alleged that central forces who have been sent on the election duty have been supporting the BJP polling agents at the polling…

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Twitter suspends over 166,000 accounts for promoting terrorism

Twitter has suspended over 1.4 million accounts since August 2015 for promoting terrorism.

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India will 'stop' flow of our share of water to Pakistan: PM Modi at Kurukshetra poll rally

PM Modi said that the previous governments of Congress were never considerate to preserve the water of Indian rivers for the advantage of Indian farmers. 

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Afghan boy, who lost a leg to landmine blast, dances with joy after getting a prosthetic leg

The video shows Ahmed who appears to be seven or eight years old, received an artificial limb at the orthopaedic centre of International Committee of the Red Cross.

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India’s iconic leader Mulayam Singh to contest his last election at Mainpuri

Once bitter enemies, Mulayam Singh Yadav and Mayawati shared the stage today after 24 years at the historic Mainpuri rally.

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As India & Pakistan fight, fear and anxiety rise in last village before border

'This violence is never going to end... we are trapped in between,' says Haveli Lal Lambardar residents of of Suchet Garh in Jammu's RS Pura. Over a decade ago, he lost his daughter to cross-…

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India-Pakistan cross-border trade continues despite war-like situation at LoC

The current violence marks the most serious escalation of the long-simmering conflict since 1999.

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Calls for zero tolerance towards Female Genital Mutilation get louder as election nears 

Yasmeen vividly remembers being taken by her mom, maternal grandmother and another female relative, when she was seven, to some chawl in Bhendi Baazar called the Bohri moholla. 

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Disoriented take back policy by electronic giants leads to swelling e-waste: Study 

Eight years after the first e-waste rules were notified in India in 2011, the producers are still shying away from fulfilling their responsibility under EPR, says the latest Toxics Link study Time…

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Most swine flu cases remain unreported in India: Doctors

A total of 226 swine flu deaths have been reported this winter but doctors say the number could actually be much higher and that without proper prevention, an epidemic might be looming. 

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Cleanest Kumbh: A Rs 4200 crore business gamble

This edition of Kumbh is different for the fact that it is the most expensive Kumbh organised ever in Prayagraj. 

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