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Feb 24, 2017
Kansas shooting: Slain Indian's kin blames Donald Trump policies for racial attackThe families of an Indian engineer who was killed and another who was injured in the firing by an American in Kansas have blamed the policies of President Donald Trump for the incident.
Feb 04, 2017
Punjab Election 2017 as it happened: Polling concludes amid minor skirmishes, EVM failuresWith campaigning in poll-bound Punjab coming to an end on Thursday, all eyes are set on 4 February with voters finally getting a breather from all the noise of speeches, rallies and party workers.
Feb 02, 2017
Manipur Election issues: The ascent of Manipur’s women and their descent into drugsA girl child born in Manipur is more likely to not be killed at birth; more likely to be educated; more likely to be working as an adult; more likely to survive childbirth and more likely to not be the victim of crime than in most Indian states,
Feb 02, 2017
Punjab Election 2017: Malnutrition, poor health has taken a toll on the people in the statePunjab faces a double burden of obesity and poor nutrition.
Feb 02, 2017
Punjab's drug abuse menace: Politicians are distorting facts, presenting half-truthsOne of the key issues, if not the most important one, dominating the discussions around this year's Punjab Assembly election is that of drug abuse.
Jan 31, 2017
Punjab Election 2017: Why most NRIs vest their hopes of a positive change in AAPFor Non-Resident Indians, years of living in the West have had them compare its system of governance to that of Punjab.
Jan 27, 2017
Pharma has six pain points; Budget 2017 should address them to boost growthA few amendments announced by the Union Budget 2016 caused some concern for the pharma sector.
Jan 25, 2017
Punjab Election 2017: The Badals are fading as winds of change sweep the stateFrom Fazilka in the southwest to Gurdaspur right up in the north, there is a fierce wind blowing across Punjab.
Jan 19, 2017
Delhi molestation: India not ready for sex offenders registry, says child rights lawyerSpeaking exclusively to Firstpost, child rights lawyer Anant Asthana talks about why India needs special police trained to handle crimes against cases, the juvenile justice system and how the police figures on the Delhi tailor accused of sexually molesting kids might be exaggerated
Jan 18, 2017
EC-appointed teams seize Rs 56 crore in cash from UP, drugs from PunjabElection Commission-appointed surveillance and expenditure monitoring teams have recovered over Rs 64 crore in cash.