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GN Bureau | April 16, 2016
Mamata faces headwinds, but she may sail through choppy Bengal waters. Corruption, law and order coupled with Singur – a ghost town today – weigh heavy on the mind of voters
The United Nations is considering a new strategy to tackle terrorism: prevent it rather than counter it. Will it draw action from the member state
Jehangir Khan speaks on the recently-held Geneva conference on preventing violent extremism
Cost-effective, timely and outcome-driven use of technology is the answer to India’s healthcare problems
Trains have started running over two new bridges in Bihar, drastically reducing travel time between important districts and towns
Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani has claimed that the BJP will win all 26 Lok Sabha seats in the state in 2019 polls, thus repeating the 2014 general elections victory. Rupani was interacting with a group of reporters in Gandhinagar on Wednesday. Confident of the BJP’s win, Rupani denied C
A public meeting was organised by the Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI) in Mumbai to discuss the concerns of citizens and urban planners on the recently released Mumbai development plan (DP) 2034. The citizens and experts have expressed concerns regarding the shortage of time to
Denzil Smith is a stage and film actor who has featured in several Indian and international productions that have achieved both critical and commercial success. Gurinder Chadha’s Viceroy’s House was based on partition in which he played the role of Jinnah. He also appeared in The Lunchbox a
Can the JD(S)-Congress combine give stable government in Karnataka?
Sneha Sena is a unique attempt to integrate education and healthcare by bringing school children into the field of palliative care. In Kerala’s Alappuzha district, a government medical officer has decided to create an army of student volunteers to be part of the government’s pain
To counter Beijing’s aggressive agenda in the Indian Ocean, New Delhi is seeking to create strategic bastions in Mauritius, Seychelles and Madagascar. The immediate provocation was China’s inauguration of its first overseas military base in Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa.