Nagen Singh

Nagen Singh

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The author is Correspondent with Wion

Opinions/Stories

BSF spots drone along India-Pakistan border

he BSF spotted the same drone almost five times between ten pm and 12 midnight, during which it crossed the border into India once

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Greta Thunberg: To be or not to be

World leaders have divided views over Greta Thunberg becoming face of the climate change movement.

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Blood and hope: Women in Afghanistan elections

As the country prepares for a new presidential government, many wonder what kind of future lies ahead for young women in Afghanistan.

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Balochistan continues to be short-changed politically: Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

Pakistan's human rights organization alleged routine disappearances of suspected dissidents’ of distraught families of victims

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India to join UN Climate Change Summit in New York this September 

The envoy appreciated India's turn to electric vehicles and ensured that the country will join the ambitious climate action in September

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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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Blog: At Kumbh, a former national basketball captain who is now a cosmic healer

Sanyasini Shailja Devi has been practising meditation since she was 19. With her years of practice, she claims she can now feel the abnormalities in the energy that surrounds the body.

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Blog: What took this German photographer to Kumbh

He calls Naga Sadhus the rockstars of Kumbh Mela.

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1984 anti-Sikh riots case: More than 440 cases still pending after over three decades

On Monday, the higher court found the 72-year-old guilty of instigating the mob during the 1984 riots. 

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Rowghat rail project: Train through Naxal heartland hopes to bring change

The Government is trying to build a railway line which will enter the Maoist zone of Chhattisgarh into the hidden jungle camps and the mineral-rich southern part of Chhattisgarh. 

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Blog: A Syrian girl's dawdle to nowhere

It is a mountainous region where you will find beautiful cedar trees around, also the national tree of Lebanon. On these difficult terrains Indian army patrols day and night under the banner of…

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