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Kashmir, the two constitutions and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits

Kashmir and Terrorism

Few Kashmiri youths hold the ideology that Kashmir is not an integral part of India, as this ideology is formulated by people like Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Yasin Malik etc, people like them confuse the mass by saying how come an integral part of India can have its own constitution, and still not be independent. Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir …

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Surabhi Tiwari, new sensation in B-town has an inspiring life story as well

Surabhi Tiwari

Surabhi Tiwari, the new sensation in B-town has been winning hearts lately with her performances in commercials & TV series and sizzling looks. But not everyone knows her inspiring journey which she shares with The Charticle. Surabhi has an enormous fan following in real life and across various social media plaforms. Surabhi was born in Kanpur and competed her schooling …

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Uzbekistan Ex-President’s Daughter Sent to Jail after Violating House Arrest

Gulnara Karimova

In a statement, Uzbekistan’s prosecutor office said that Gulnara Karimova, the elder daughter of former President Islam Karimov has been sent to jail after a top court testified that she had dishonoured the guidelines of her house arrest. The statement reiterated that on March 5 Tashkent’s Yashnabad District Court had passed a ruling on behalf of the Interior Ministry demanding …

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Pakistan and the anatomy of terror

The Pulwama attack few weeks back was carefully calibrated to pile pressure on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the run-up to the general election to be held in April and May 2019. Pulwama tragedy signals a significant escalation in terrorism in the Kashmir Valley. Given the type, target and the scale of the attack, it seems obvious that this …

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Kulbhushan Jadhav and the misadventures of Mr. Chandan Nandy

Kulbhushan Jadhav

Kulbhushan Jadhav is an Indian citizen and a former Navy man who has been arrested in Pakistan’s province of Balochistan on the grounds of terrorism and spy work on the behalf of Indian Intelligence Agency, Research and Analysis Wing. But the question which is highlighted is how much Pakistan’s words hold credibility, as the Indian Government has denied all the …

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Caste based Reservation: Exploitation of a Privilege

Caste Based reservation

We live in a democratic nation, our constitution provides us with the right to freedom along with the ability to use this freedom in a fair manner. Simultaneously, it’s important on the part of the state to ensure that equality is prevalent across the various sections of the society. This, however, in today’s scenario the right to equality is faced …

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Learning from Mahatma Gandhi’s mistakes

Mahatama Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi is often praised as the man who defeated British imperialism with non-violent agitation. It is still a delicate and unfashionable thing to discuss his mistakes and failures, a criticism hitherto mostly confined to Communist and Hindutva publications. But at this distance in time, we shouldn’t be inhibited by a taboo on criticising official India’s patron saint. Gandhiji’s mistakes …

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Enough is enough, I’m warning Gen. Bajwa – Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

CM Amarinder Singh

While moving a resolution in the Punjab assembly condemning the Pulwama attack, Capt. Amarinder Singh came down heavily on Pakistani politicians and its army. Chandigarh: As the Punjab Vidhan Sabha unanimously passed a resolution condemning the Pulwama attack, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh delivered a strong speech, stating that the time to talk peace with Pakistan was over. Here are excerpts from …

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Everything you need to know about RTI

RTI Act

Right to Information act came out back in 2005 replacing Freedom of Information Act, 2002. The Act was passed back on 15 June 2005 and came into force on 12 October 2005 with the ideology that every citizen of India has the right to know about its government’s policies, agencies, agendas, propaganda to the full extent that there is. It …

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President Ashraf Ghani slams Pak over state violence Against Pashtuns & Baloch

Afghanistan President

Kabul – President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday expressed serious concern over the violence perpetrated against peaceful protesters and civil activists in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan and warned that it could have “long-standing negative consequences.” Pakistan’s civil and military establishments have been resorting to violence and state terrorism to crush civic rights Pashtun and Baloch Movements in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan. …

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