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Release of eight Cheetahs, brought from Namibia, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his 72nd birthday on 17th September
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The Indian National Congress (INC) was founded by Allan Octavian Hume, a British civil servant.
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The allegation that Jawaharlal Nehru did nothing to keep alive the memory of Subhash Chandra Bose is false to the core
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Horse-trading involving MLAs has become the biggest threat to the functioning of democratic governments
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Turncoats are common in Indian politics. But what happened in Goa takes the cake. A senior Congress leader recently claimed that he switched sides after permission from God
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Fifty years is a unique occasion to rejoice and thank God for what Federation Asian Bishops’ Conference (FABC) has achieved with God's grace
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There is an urgent need to rein in recovery agents, outsourced by financial companies, who act ruthlessly, leading to many untoward instances
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With all the skirmishes going on between the governors of the different states, especially those ruled by the opposition and the elected representatives
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Two high-profile pleas for bail came up for hearing recently in the Supreme Court: one was from Teesta Setalvad and the other from Siddique Kappan.
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A relative was granted unconditional bail by the CBI judge on the first day the case came up before her. The case was that he “received” two Rs 500 notes as bribe.
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