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1 Taliban's rise may help fuel separatist agenda in Kashmir (Opinion)The Taliban's rise in Afghanistan has given certain elements in Pakistan an opportunity to portray the Taliban victory as a gateway to Kashmir also. Their imaginations may be running riot, but the rea + Read More
2 Letters between Srinagar, Delhi highlight complex realities confronting 2 teenagers  + Read More
3 Need of tribal code in religion column of census 2021The Adivasi/Tribal is not a religion; it’s a civilization, and it’s a culture that is totally based on nature. + Read More
4 'Neo normal' Indians shun Covid fears as food orders surgeTo a large population, the coronavirus fear is now over, as they scramble to start living their weekend lives the way they used to be in the pre-Covid era. + Read More
5 Pranab Mukherjee (1935-2020): People's PresidentPranab Mukherjee had a long political career and began his journey with Ajoy Mukherjee's Bangla Congress. + Read More
6 The night of the predators`...All is not lost; the unconquerable will... And courage never to submit or yield And, what is else, not to be overcome...' + Read More
7 Calypso, reggae and not cricket is all that's left in WICricket for the Caribbeans was a sport played to enjoy + Read More
8 THE LAST NIGHT OF THE JACKALAll of a sudden -just following a hairpin bend- I landed in the midst of a pack of big brown jackals. + Read More
9 Bollywood runs on nepotism, says musician Ranjit BarotStressing that the Hindi film industry is an institution that doesn't place talent and virtuosity at the top of is list and runs on nepotism, India's best known drummer and music director Ranjit Barot + Read More
10 Cricket, oh lovely cricket!The poem 'The Little Man Cricketer' written by Frank Jones comes to mind when cricket will finally see the light of day once again. England play West Indies at the Rose Bowl Cricket Stadium in Southam + Read More
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