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1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: A New Case for State Compensation

A new case for state compensation

The Sajjan Kumar verdict by the Delhi High Court presents a new case for proper state compensation for Sajjan Kumar victims. While most law experts have been busy deciphering the Delhi High Court’s judgement in Sajjan Kumar’s case for its implications in the cases to come against Jagdish Tytler and possibly Kamal Nath, not much…

Indians lose rain affected T20 in Brisbane


Aussies break a four-game losing streak Brisbane, November 21: All those excited cricket fans of Indians – were left wondering what on earth goes wrong with Indians visiting Australia. Indian cricket’s local fans have always felt – when visiting Down Under, Indians find one way or the other to collapse and tonight was no exception….

Binny Bansal ouster: Walmart’s big move in India


New Delhi, November 15: Binny Bansal, co-founder of India’s most successful start-up Flipkart, has had to go. The news first came, dipped in the on-going #MeToo allegations. He had to go. His ouster, announced from Walmart’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas US left workers at Flipkart, in Bangalore shocked. People in Bangalore are worried about Walmart’s…

Train mows down crowd at Dussehra celebration


Amritsar, 20 October: In the festival din, the crowd didn’t hear train coming Dussehra celebration in Amritsar on Friday turned into a grave tragedy for many when a speeding train ran over and mowed down Dussehra crowd who had gathered there and spilled on to railway track. While the onlookers were having fun and waiting…

Pakistan sounds alarm over ‘nuclearisation’ of Indian Ocean by India

Islamabad, February 12: Pakistan is determined to counter growing threats to peace in the Indian Ocean, particularly from its “nuclearisation” by India, Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz said. Aziz on Saturday said the Indian Ocean faced challenges to peace due to its militarisation, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, increased missile capabilities and power projection…

Modi’s demonetisation has inspired Australia to act on black money, may demonetise: Australian envoy

Melbourne, January 11: “We are watching India closely to see if we can learn something from this (demonetisation) process.” Harinder Sidhu, Australia’s High Commissioner to India, said that following India’s demonetisation decision, there is talk in Australia about “demonetising our highest denomination note,” according to The Indian Express. Ms Sidhu termed the demonetisation process in…

UNSW’s project – DIYA to strengthen higher education in India

New Delhi, Nov 18: Leveraging India’s growing importance as a resource hub, the University of New South Wales (UNSW) has launched a unique ‘Diya’ – light initiative to catalyse higher education in India. The initiative is symbolic of the illumination that higher education can bring in the lives of people, UNSW President and Vice Chancellor…

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