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Ten Maps of Kashmir That Angered India

  1. The Economist Magazine publishes a map In 2011, The Economist magazine showed a map of Kashmir in its cover story "The world's most dangerous...

While all eyes are on Madrid, can Juventus chase their dream?

  Juventus will take on Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu tonight for a chance to play champions league finals in Berlin next month. While defending champion's...

Microsoft reveals Farooq Abdullah’s age: 56 only

Earlier this month, Microsoft introduced How-Old.net site at the company’s annual Build Developer Conference. The site takes data from an uploaded image to determine the subject’s...
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8 new rules while driving in Srinagar

With the shifting of Darbar to Srinagar traffic pressure is going to increase manifolds in city Srinagar and keeping that in mind traffic police...
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Google Doodle: Who invented the Piano?

On May 4 Google Doodle remembers Italian musical instrument maker, Bartolomeo Cristofori, inventor of pianoforte (Piano). The use of hammer to softer or louder sounds...
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Why e-commerce giants in India are taking app-only approach?

While India’s biggest online fashion retailer Myntra recently confirmed that they will go app-only starting May 1, industry giants Flipkart too have indicated they will...

Israel’s spectacle of ugliness

It breaks my heart. Images of a toddler burnt to death by an Israeli hell-fire missile, being held aloft by her father, is the...

From Hurriyat Conference to Confusion

The ‘Kul Jama’tei Hurriyat Conference’ or the ‘All Parties Hurriyat Conference’ came into force as a conglomerate in 1993. Only a decade after...

People and Political Accountability

  The well-being of a state depends on two principle factors: representative voice and accountability. According to the World Bank’s annual World Development Report (2004),...

Positive changes for economy

The global population explosion has withered the world’s environment. In 1800, just 3 percent of the world’s inhabitants lived in urban areas. Today that...

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