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BJP's Maha(rashtra)-Strides Backwards

Digant Raj Kapoor | Posted 09.18.2015 | World
Digant Raj Kapoor

The media has spared no details when it comes to its coverage of the Mumbai meat ban. Naturally, it's a juicy topic. But more pertinent issues that have been percolating over time have not received their due attention.

Why Muslim Students Are Suffering In India's Education System

Brianna Sacks | Posted 07.02.2014 | Religion
Brianna Sacks

India is a secular country, but religious beliefs draw deep political lines. In a Hindu-dominated nation, Muslims have endured a riotous, bloody history that, according to a slew of reports, continues to leave a dark mark on India's classrooms.

Indian State Cracks Down On Religious Charlatans

Posted 01.23.2014 | Religion

NEW DELHI (AP) — Witch doctors and religious charlatans beware: New legislation passed in a central Indian state aims to prosecute those who use bel...

Dozens Killed In India Bus Crash

AP | Posted 05.18.2013 | World

NEW DELHI (Associated Press) -- A bus packed with passengers crashed through a guard rail and fell off a bridge in western India early Tuesday, killin...

Will India Seize the New Energy Opportunity: Utility 2.0?

Carl Pope | Posted 04.02.2013 | Green
Carl Pope

There seems to me some risk that India may fall into the Pakistani trap: continue to pursue yesterday's energy solutions, even though they are no longer feasible or adequate, until it is too late and an energy shortage becomes an emergency.

Indian Government Building Up In Flames

AP | RAJESH SHAH | Posted 08.21.2012 | World

MUMBAI, India — Thousands of employees were evacuated Thursday from a seven-story government building as more than two dozen fire engines battle...

Swine Flu Death Toll In India Reaches 17

The Times of India | TIMESOFINDIA.COM 12 August 2009, 05:11pm IST | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

PUNE: A 48-year-old driver died of swine flu Wednesday afternoon, as the Sassoon Hospital here registered the fifth death of the day from the H1N1 Swi...