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Kulbhushan Jadhav ICJ Verdict: What Next?

The International Court of Justice today gave out its verdict on India’s plea on Kulbhushan Jadhav death sentence case in Pakistan, saying the Indian should have been given consular access. The 11-judge bench of the ICJ further stayed the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav by Pakistani military court until further notice and asserted its jursidiction over the case as per the ...

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Watch US Final Presidential Debate on Twitter

The final US Presidential debate is on Wednesday and Twitter will telecast it live at the link given below: The FINAL #debate with Clinton & Trump is LIVE on Twitter Wednesday at https://t.co/6N9kG0RZrN. Tap below to share! https://t.co/l0DD2PJXWP — Twitter Government (@gov) October 16, 2016 Both Hillary Clinton and her rival Donald Trump will take the centre-stage for the final ...

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Rahul Gandhi Turns 46, What Next?

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi turned 46 today, June 19 and among those wished him include Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The nation has taken note of his age hoping that the Congress’s future hope comes out of his handheld political careeer to a real leader of the masses. Modi tweeted:”Birthday wishes to the Congress VP, Shri Rahul Gandhi. May he ...

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ISRO Quietly Places 6th IRNSS-1F Satellite, 7th, Final One Next Month (Photos)

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today launched its 6th IRNSS-1F navigation satellite via its work horse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-32) from Sriharikota at 4.01pm, with the next and final one in the series scheduled next month to complete constellation of seven navigation satellites to become indigenous with complete control over the country’s navigation system and join the ranks ...

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Post-Maggi, Will India Crack on Others?

The entire controversy surrounding Maggi Masala has unfolded the entire gamut of lenient authorities in India prompting domestic food manufacturers to violate norms and multinationals following suit with little respect to global standards set in their own countries. Born in a hugely populated country, Indians have grown to belittle the life of others, let alone own family members in their ...

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