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Rajnath in Kashmir: Time's just right for peace talks, but does India have an acceptable solution?

Aug 24, 2016

Rajnath in Kashmir: Time's just right for peace talks, but does India have an acceptable solution?

Kashmir Valley has been shut for almost 50 days since Wani's death. Schools, bazaars, offices, businesses have been locked down, there has been curfew in parts of Srinagar and most towns of South Kashmir. #HowThisWorks #India #Jammu and Kashmir #Kashmir #Rajnath Singh #Mehbooba Mufti #PDP #Kashmir unrest #Burhan Wani #Curfew in Kashmir #Kashmiri youths #Rajnath in Kashmir
'Instant' ragi mudde is here, but star hotels must call it Tarta de Millet Balle to sell it

Aug 20, 2016

'Instant' ragi mudde is here, but star hotels must call it Tarta de Millet Balle to sell it

One good reason that makes ragi mudde a one-of-its-kind wonder food is that it’s both delicious and nutritious. #food #HowThisWorks #HD Deve Gowda #South India #soppu saaru #Ragi mudde
View from Balochistan: PM Modi's Independence Day speech has only risked lives of Balochis

Aug 20, 2016

View from Balochistan: PM Modi's Independence Day speech has only risked lives of Balochis

This isn’t to take away what the PM’s speech has achieved in focusing attention on the excesses committed within Balochistan. #HowThisWorks #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #USA #Balochistan #Independence Day #Gilgit-Baltistan #Baloch separatists #Baloch people
Bengaluru is still great, but to make it liveable again needs a lot of work

Aug 13, 2016

Bengaluru is still great, but to make it liveable again needs a lot of work

India’s tech capital Bengaluru is falling apart — well, almost. In the second part of this article, Firstpost traces the origins of IT boom in Bengaluru and offers solutions to the infrastructural bottlenecks that plague the city. #HowThisWorks #Congress #Karnataka #Bangalore #Indian Institute of Science #Infrastructure #Bengaluru #Bellary #IISc #IT hub #Electronic City #Jawahar Lal Nehru #Bengaluru City
Kashmir almanac: Hurriyat calendar mocks govt, dictates business hours in the Valley

Aug 13, 2016

Kashmir almanac: Hurriyat calendar mocks govt, dictates business hours in the Valley

The business community and the people alike follow the Hurriyat calendar putting the state government in an embarrassing situation, whose only sign visible on the streets are the gun wielding soldiers trying to keep protesters at bay. #HowThisWorks #Jammu and Kashmir #Hurriyat Conference #Lal Chowk #Burhan Wani #Hurriyat calendar
Modi made 8 promises on Independence Day '15: Some met, others work-in-progress

Aug 13, 2016

Modi made 8 promises on Independence Day '15: Some met, others work-in-progress

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to deliver his third Independence Day speech on 15 August, he is inviting ideas from citizens on issues he should speak on. #HowThisWorks #BJP #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #UPA government #parliament #Independence Day #Raisina Hills #Prime Minister of India
Political vultures, real estate sharks and criminals ganged up to ruin Bengaluru

Aug 13, 2016

Political vultures, real estate sharks and criminals ganged up to ruin Bengaluru

India’s tech capital Bengaluru is falling apart — well, almost. A city, whose infrastructure can support just about 30 to 40 lakh people, is now home for more than double that number. #HowThisWorks #Congress #BJP #Karnataka #Bengaluru #Hegde #Siddaramaiah #HD Deve Gowda #IT hub #Bangalore city #JC Lynn #pensioner's paradise
Shah Rukh Khan detention: Once is happenstance, thrice is Islamophobia

Aug 12, 2016

Shah Rukh Khan detention: Once is happenstance, thrice is Islamophobia

Dozens of people travelling to the US complain of harassment because somebody had the misfortune of having a flowing beard, wearing a skullcap, messaging in Arabic or simply having an Islamic surname. #Bollywood #Shah Rukh Khan #HowThisWorks #US #Islamophobia #Irrfan Khan #Kabir Khan
Narendra Modi's rap for gau rakshaks means little for Dalits till vigilantes are banned

Aug 07, 2016

Narendra Modi's rap for gau rakshaks means little for Dalits till vigilantes are banned

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s strong condemnation of self-appointed gau rakshaks (cow protectors) at his Obama-style town hall on Saturday gives one the impression that the prime minister is saddened over Dalit atrocities across the country, including his home-state Gujarat, in the name of protecting the cow. #HowThisWorks #Gujarat #BJP #Narendra Modi #Dalit #RSS #Una #Prime Minister Narendra Modi #Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi #Townhall #gau-rakshak #vigilante groups