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May 26, 2016
Chabahar no game-changer yet: China overshadows Indian footprint in region
Two years of Modi govt: BJP, Abhishek come out in defence of Amitabh Bachchan
Pinarayi Vijayan takes oath as CM: Is he the leader for whom Kerala was waiting?
Two years on: PM Modi must show political will, resolve to defuse unemployment time bomb
Loyalty affidavits: Bengal Congress MLAs swear by Gandhis first, Constitution later
LJP leader Sudesh Paswan murdered in Bihar; party demands President's Rule
Railways to highlight 2-year achievements of Modi government
'Salman Khan is really angry': Arijit Singh writes open letter to the actor, then deletes it
There's more to Assamese actress and BJP MLA Angoorlata Deka than her beauty
Two years on: Has something changed about the way India looks at Narendra Modi?
Xenophobia won BJP Assam, but ahead of UP polls, it's time for new election rhetoric
100 squats, weight-lifting: Virat Kohli reveals his fitness regime
Amit Shah blows poll bugle in Uttar Pradesh, calls Samajwadi Party biggest rival
Merin Joseph isn't alone: What the media always gets wrong about women in power
Ex-Goldman director faces U.S. jury in insider case
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Jun 13, 2012
Tougher UK immigration laws: Drop the outrage, please!
We are always quick to get on the high horse about immigration laws of other countries, but are just as happy to embrace tougher regulations on foreign workers at home. It's time to drop our blinkered double standards.
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