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    Has Modi government lost crucial time?

    The Print SHIVAM Vij, 19 March 2020 By failing to scale up testing coronavirus, India may have lost crucial time. Let’s hope it doesn’t happen, but if a mass explosion of coronavirus is upon us, it will be because of the Indian government’s refusal to test a large number of suspected...
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    India is limiting testing to mask COVID-19 cases.

    INDIA TODIA Associated Press New Delhi March 18, 2020UPDATED: March 18, 2020 Coronavirus: India's restrictive criteria for testing may hide the toll India has only been testing those who have travelled from affected countries or come in contact with a confirmed case and shown symptoms after...
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    Why India has less affected in Coronavirus?

    Aljazeera India's poor testing rate may have masked coronavirus cases: 4 hours ago The WHO urges countries to test more people to curb the pandemic, but India has not expanded testing so far. Indian authorities have said they will not expand coronavirus testing, as most affected nations are...
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    Pakistan raised Kashmir in SAARC video conference.

    India Today Pak uses SAARC video conference on coronavirus to raise Kashmir, calls for lifting of 'lockdown' The underlying message of the video conference was unitedly taking on the pandemic, but Pakistan used the occasion to raise Kashmir, with Mirza calling for the "lockdown" to be lifted in...
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    Thank God coronavirus didn't start in India: British economist Jim O'Neil

    Thank God coronavirus didn't start in India: British economist Jim O'Neil Jim O' Neill, the former Goldman chief economist said, there’s no way India could react in the way China has: The Economic Times Online Last Updated: Mar 14, 2020 British economist Jim O'Neill today said that he was...
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    Taliban Gains, India Loses From Trump's Afghan Deal

    The Wire 'Taliban Is the Biggest Gainer and India a Key Loser From Trump's Deal' Karan Thapar interviews former ambassador to Afghanistan Rakesh Sood. 07/MAR/2020 One of India’s most distinguished former ambassadors to Afghanistan, who thereafter also served as ambassador in Nepal and France...
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    Protest Against India in Afghanistan Over Muslim Deaths in Delhi

    The Quint Protest Against India in Afghanistan Over Muslim Deaths in Delhi THE QUINT 04H 05M AGO, INDIA As per reports from Afghanistan media, protesters demonstrated on the streets of a few cities of Afghanistan including Kabul on Friday, 6 March against the Muslim deaths in northeast Delhi...
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    Mob rule is here to stay in India

    Mob rule is here to stay in India Delhi is seeing a planned onslaught on Muslims and India’s judiciary has also succumbed to the government's brute power Prem Shankar Jha 01.03.2020 NEW DELHI, India. Spring has come to Delhi. The smog of winter has lifted; the skies are blue once more and the...
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    Pursuing of a dangerous, nationalist visions

    The Guardian Trump and Modi are undermining the pillars of the US-India relationship Michael H Fuchs Wed 26 Feb 2020 The leaders of the world’s two biggest democracies are pursuing dangerous, nationalist visions at odds with their countries’ founding values. As the global tide of populism...
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    Protests continues against CAA-NRC-NPR across India

    Thousands Protest At Mumbai's Iconic Azad Maidan Against Citizenship Law CAA, NRC, NPR The protesters resolved against showing any documents (during the NPR exercise or otherwise), saying that they are citizens of India since time immemorial. Protesters recited Urdu poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz's...
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    A big Slap on Modi's face before Donald Trump's visit to New Delhi

    Anadolu Agency US senators request an assessment on Kashmir issue A bipartisan group of senators say India's steps threaten rights of certain religious minorities, secular character of the state Servet Günerigök |13.02.2020 WASHINGTON Four U.S. senators asked the State Department on Wednesday...
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    Anti-CAA, NRC resolution in US

    Firstpost, Wednesday, February 05, 2020 Seattle City Council becomes first US legislative body to pass anti-CAA, NRC resolution; says law 'meant to disenfranchise Muslims' Seattle: A coalition of Seattle-area South Asians celebrated the passage of Seattle City Council Resolution 31926 on 3...
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    Unprecedented Protest against CAA-NRC at New Delhi

    CAA-NRC: The force is strong at Shaheen Bagh on R-Day Protests have been going on at Shaheen Bagh in New Delhi since December 15 POSTED BY SAFOORA: JANUARY 26, 2020 NEW DELHI: The Indian national flag was unfurled by the protestors at Shaheen Bagh in the national capital on the occasion of 71st...
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    At Davos, Billionaire George Soros' Big Attack On PM Modi

    At Davos, Billionaire George Soros' Big Attack On PM Modi In India, a democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir, a semi-autonomous Muslim region, and threatening to deprive millions of Muslims of their citizenship," he said...
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    "Intolerant India" Narendra Modi stokes divisions in the world’s biggest democracy

    PM Modi And BJP "Endangering World's Biggest Democracy": The Economist Titled "Narendra Modi stokes divisions in the world's biggest democracy", the article - which is also the cover story for its latest edition -- says India's 200 million Muslims fear the prime minister is building a Hindu...
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    The fear of Imran Khan within Indian Think Tank

    Imran Khan likely to stir trouble for India over his visit for SCO summit Pakistani liberals advocate that the Pakistani PM should use the visit to do everything possible to embarrass India, including targeting us in his speech at the summit. 20-01-2020 SUSHANT SAREEN One of the most...
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    Kashmir human rights film divides UK’s Indian and Pakistani communities

    The Guardian: Sat 18 Jan 2020 Ashvin Kumar, director of No Fathers in Kashmir, says it shows the plight of families and people in Britain must not ignore their suffering. Vivek Chaudhary A controversial film highlighting “disappearances” in Kashmir that premieres in Britain this week has led to...