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BJP president Amit Shah being garlanded by Tamil Nadu party leaders at a public meeting at Maraimalainagar near Chennai on Saturday. Photo: PTI
BJP president Amit Shah being garlanded by Tamil Nadu party leaders at a public meeting at Maraimalainagar near Chennai on Saturday. Photo: PTI
AMIT SHAH'S POSER TO SECULAR PARTIES

‘Will you back ban on forced conversions?’

The BJP is the only party in the country that is not in favour of forcible conversions, Amit Shah says. »

More than 50% of farm households in debt

NSSO survey across 35000 family units »
Voters at a polling station in Gandhi Nagar, Jammu on Saturday.

Hung verdict in J&K, say exit polls

The polls project a majority for the Bharatiya Janata Party in Jharkhand. »

Conversion confusion
Forcible and fraudulent religious conversions invariably revive the arguments for introducing anti-conversion laws to ensure the constitutionally guaranteed Right to Freedom of Religion.

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Diplomat Devyani Khobragade was found guilty of “serious misconduct” as she had applied for foreign passports for her two daughters without taking clearance from the Government.

Devyani penalised for children’s US passports

The MEA has also launched another inquiry into the interviews that Ms. Khobragade has given to media organisations, including The Hindu. »
BATTLE OF NUMBERS

Govt. struck by Opposition unity

Coal ordinance likely again; Insurance Bill may have to wait »

The film has collected Rs. 26.63 crore in India, making it the second highest non-holiday opening after "Dhoom: 3". »

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An Election of Competing Nationalisms

The ongoing Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir could see a keen contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the People's Democratic Party. The key to a domestic consensus on resolving the intractable Kashmir issue will depend on how these two parties, which represent competing nationalisms, forge a post-election compromise to quell the sense of widespread cynicism, writes Kaustav Chakrabarti. Read more. »

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