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    Corruption Strikes Hardest at the Poor

Corruption Strikes Hardest at the Poor

On the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has issued a statement saying that corruption is a global phenomenon that strikes hardest at the

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    World Record for Largest Human Flag

World Record for Largest Human Flag

India on Sunday set a new world record for the largest human flag, formed by over 50,000 volunteers, beating the previous record held by Pakistan. The event saw about 1.5

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    Roads Along Indo-China Border

Roads Along Indo-China Border

Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and Arunachal Pradesh government have responded with alacrity to the Centre’s plan to construct roads along the Indo-China border for the movement of defence forces as

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    NCERT Book: Sikkim and Northeast Are Separate Nations

NCERT Book: Sikkim and Northeast Are Separate Nations

In a season when the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre is being charged with peddling Hindutva by ‘saffronising’ Indian education. The NCERT social science book for Class VI, Social

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    Court: Husband’s Job to Maintain Comfortable Life of Wife

Court: Husband’s Job to Maintain Comfortable Life of Wife

It is a husband’s job to maintain the comfortable life of his wife, a court said here while dismissing a plea challenging a maintenance order. The order by Additional Sessions

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    India Ranks 85th on Global Corruption Index

India Ranks 85th on Global Corruption Index

India has showed some improvement in addressing corruption in 2014, ranking 85th among 175 countries as against 94th in the previous year, graft watchdog Transparency International India (TII) said on

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Bamboo Offers Solutions to Global Warming, Rural Poverty

  Bamboo Offers Solutions to Global Warming, Rural Poverty

By Ashok Kumar Bamboo, the fastest growing grass, can not only help fight climate change but can also bring economic

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14 CRPF Men Killed in Chhattisgarh Naxal Attack

  14 CRPF Men Killed in Chhattisgarh Naxal Attack

Fourteen Central Reserve Police Force personnel, including two officers, were killed and as many injured on Monday in an encounter

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Narendra Modi Moves Closer to Bangladesh

  Narendra Modi Moves Closer to Bangladesh

By Jyoti Mukul At check post number 2023 6-S, a stream of trucks enter Agartala, the capital of Tripura, from

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Nathula Pass: Gateway to Kailash-Mansarovar Pilgrimage

  Nathula Pass: Gateway to Kailash-Mansarovar Pilgrimage

Indian pilgrims would be able to visit Kailash Mansarovar in the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China through the new route

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Burdwan Blast; Five More Arrested

  Burdwan Blast; Five More Arrested

Five more people, including three Bangladeshi women, were arrested today in West Bengal to know if they had links with

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Transform the Men-in-Khaki into a ‘SMART Police’ Force

  Transform the Men-in-Khaki into a ‘SMART Police’ Force

Making a strong pitch for enhancing police efficiency and credibility, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the time has

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India Asks Thailand’s Help to Nab Northeast Militants

  India Asks Thailand’s Help to Nab Northeast Militants

India on Friday asked Thailand for its cooperation to nab Northeast–based rebel leaders. The Union Home Ministry has said that

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Dam on Brahmaputra: China Means Business, Indian Response Awaited

  Dam on Brahmaputra: China Means Business, Indian Response Awaited

By Wasbir Hussain China on Sunday, November 23, commissioned the biggest hydro–power plant in Tibet. The operationalization of the first

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Land Conflicts in India Due to State Takes over the Lands

  Land Conflicts in India Due to State Takes over the Lands

At least 25 percent of India’s districts are affected by some form of land conflict and a majority of these

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10-yr- Old Girl Makes Powerpoint Presentation Fun

  10-yr- Old Girl Makes Powerpoint Presentation Fun

If the mere thought of making PowerPoint presentations leaves you bored, then turn to these free, user-friendly online tutorials, courtesy

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China: Mega Dam Won’t Hurt India’s Northeast

  China: Mega Dam Won’t Hurt India’s Northeast

By Saibal Dasgupta China promised to take “full account” of concerns about its new hydropower dam on the Brahmaputra in

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