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I’ve never met any of my best friends

Nury Vittachi

A man with no internet connection secretly hooked up his computer into an unsecured Wi-Fi signal from elsewhere in his apartment block. 

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03/01/13
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Holy tree at Gita’s birthplace awaits healing touch

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By Rahul Chhabra

Kurukshetra -- There is relief in sight for a decaying 'holy tree' at a spot in Haryana's Kurukshetra town where Lord Krishna is believed to have given the message of the Gita to Arjuna, with forestry experts exploring ways of reviving the nearly century-old banyan tree.

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02/28/13
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Muslim voices of sanity need to be loudly heard

Lack of political will, weak intelligence, inadequate laws, poor enforcements and political mud slinging, result again and again in tragedies of the kind at now Hyderabad and at umpteen places elsewhere.

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02/24/13
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Politics, not religion brings world leaders to Amritsar

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Chandigarh, Feb 22 -- When world leaders visit the Sikh holy city of Amritsar or Punjab, it is not religion but politics at the back of their minds. 

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02/23/13
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India’s universities crying for better leadership

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By Arun Nigavekar

India's higher and professional education system is passing through a phase that is turbulent, non-directional and unsustainable.

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02/13/13
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India’s K-15 launch: Defence scientists make India proud

By Arun Prakash

The reason why nations place a significant part of their nuclear arsenals on board nuclear-propelled ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) is because of their invulnerability, in comparison with static airforce bases and missile sites or even mobile launchers. 

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01/29/13
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Does Rajnath Singh have a magic potion for BJP?

By Mohit Dubey

Lucknow, Jan 23 -- Does Rajnath Singh, a physics lecturer-turned-politician now in his second innings as the BJP president, carry the magical potion for his party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls?

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01/23/13
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Winds of change are blowing in India, but mindsets need a changing

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01/16/13
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A prospective Indian PM cannot be a part-timer

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By Amulya Ganguli

By disappearing during the widespread popular protests in Delhi against the gang-rape and death of a 23-year-old paramedical student, Rahul Gandhi hasn't done his prime ministerial chances any good.

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01/05/13
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Migration of Indians to Saudi Arabia has a social cost: Study

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Thiruvananthapuram  -- A study on migration of Indians to Saudi Arabia says that despite various economic advantages, there is also a social cost that migrants are forced to pay over time for staying away from their kin.

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01/04/13
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