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Hindu Volunteers to lead Muharram Processions in Riot-hit Trilokpuri

Over 30 Hindu volunteers are ready to set an example of communal amity in riot-hit Delhi’s Trilokpuri by leading Muharram processions on Tuesday, while Delhi Police have deputed extra force to avoid any fresh violence. The Hindu volunteers will be divided among the five Muharram processions that will set out from different blocks of the east Delhi locality where a ...

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Lack of Enough Scientists Affects Indian Economy: Nobel Laureaute George Smoot

Despite its rich tradition of producing academics, India at the moment lacks the necessary pool of scientists needed for its future, Nobel laureate George Smoot said. The 2006 winner of the Nobel in Physics has suggested the country spruce up its research institutes to create a research-friendly environment and tackle its brain-drain. “There is not enough for what India needs ...

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‘India Never Violates Ceasefire’, says Rajnath Singh

India has never violated the 2003 ceasefire with Pakistan on the Jammu and Kashmir border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday attacking Pakistan for its repeated violation of ceasefire along the international border and the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. While responding to the allegations of Pakistan, the minister said, "India never violates the ceasefire. It is ...

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India records only one polio case so far this year

Only one polio case has been detected so far this year in the country making it the longest polio-free period ever since eradication efforts were launched. The only case of polio reported this year has been from Howrah district in West Bengal on January 13, 2011 as compared to 39 cases in the country in the same period of 2010. ...

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