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    Indian Navy Forgets to Close Hatch on $3B Submarine, Destroys It

    Arihant is the most important platform within India’s nuclear triad covering land-air-sea modes,” the Hindu reports. Well, it’s important if it works — and it probably helps to make your submarine watertight. The modern submarine is not a simple machine. A loss of propulsion, unexpected...
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    Stink Bombs Don’t Work in Smelly India

    With pellets guns, used last year on protestors in Kashmir, leaving many dead and blinded, the government has decided to try out non-lethal weapons in the Valley. So it imported 'stink bombs' from Israel. If you're wondering what's so lethal about these arsenals, here's the lowdown. The bombs...
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    India's Obesity Problem Is So Big Officials Want To Ban Junk Food

    India’s Obesity Problem Is So Huge, Officials Want to Ban Junk-Food A government committee recommended a prohibition on vendors of high-fat and high-sugar treats within 656 feet of campuses. There’s a small corner store right across the street from my seventh-grade son’s 1,800-student...
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    Mumbai: 3 year old raped by transport attendant

    The Kurar police on Saturday arrested a youth working as a helper in a school jeep for allegedly sexually assaulting a three-year-old minor girl on Friday in Malad (East). According to the Kurar police, the victim, who studies in a nursery school in Malad (East) finished her classes on Friday...
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    Pakistan violates ceasefire again

    JAMMU: After a day-long lull, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire by resorting to heavy firing and mortar shelling on forward Indian posts along the LoC in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. This is the first time that Pakistani troops fired 120 mm mortar shells. Pakistani troops...
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    Satisfying the hurt ego of a divided society

    Yakub Memon was executed on the morning of July 30th, at the Central Jail in Nagpur. The ‘nationalists’ are celebrating and anchors are ‘informing’ that we have send a ‘strong’ message against terrorism and that no ‘terrorist’ will ever think of attempting to redo it again. We saw his funeral in...
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    Heavy Firing by Pakistan at Sauziyan Sector in Poonch

    Jammu: Violating the ceasefire yet again, Pakistani troops opened heavy fire and mortar shelling at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district this morning. The firing reportedly began at 3:30 am at the Sauziyan sector of Poonch and has been going on since. Sauziyan is said to...
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    Silence of Pakistani militant groups creates controversy over Gurdaspur

    (July 29, 2015)—Although Indian security agencies are claiming that the militants who launched terror attack in Dinanagar of Gurdaspur district, belonged to Lashkar-e-Toiba which is sponsored from Pakistan, however surprisingly no militant group from the terrorism hit Mulsim country has taken...
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    How different would the subcontinent be if there was no WWII?

    Would partition even have happened? Or would partitions take on a more ethnic stance instead of religious? Would there still be colonialism in 2015?
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    Khalistan returns to Gurdaspur: Time to dust up KPS Gilli doctrine

    Firstpost Terror returns to Gurdaspur: Time to dust up the KPS Gill doctrine to deal with it by R Jagannathan Jul 27, 2015 23:46 IST Terror returns to Gurdaspur: Time to dust up the KPS Gill doctrine to deal with it 550 21 1 AA The terrorist attack in Gurdaspur, which at the time of writing was...
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    Revival of Khalistan or plot by ISI?

    On a clear day, the dome of Gurdwara Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur is visible from the rooftop of Gurdwara Sri Kartarpur Sahab in Pakistan. It would be, naturally, tempting for Pakistan to eye Gurdaspur as a soft target. Geographically, Gurdaspur is vulnerable to infiltration. On paper, anybody...
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    India : Parents use 'corrective rape' to 'straight'en gays

    Imagine your parents getting you raped to bring you on to the right path! That's a reality that several homosexuals in India are facing. According to statistics with the Crisis intervention team of LGBT Collective in Telangana, there have been 15 instances of 'corrective rapes' that have been...
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    'Have the Baby,' Indian Court Tells Gang-Rape Survivor Who Wanted Abortion

    AHMEDABAD: A woman who wanted to terminate her 28-week pregnancy after being allegedly gang-raped, has been told by a Gujarat court to "bravely go ahead and deliver the child." The woman had told the court that she feared her husband and his family would never accept the child. The Gujarat...
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    Minor found dumped in forest area in India; rape suspected

    Minor found dumped in forest area, rape suspected A three-year-and-nine-months-old girl child, who was allegedly abducted from outside her house in Colony Number Four on Friday night, was found murdered in the forest area near the colony early on Saturday. The victim, whose body was found...
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    Remembering Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

    On April 4, 1979, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto walked to the gallows in the depths of the night. Within minutes, he was dead. Pakistan’s first elected leader belonged to the ages. The Pakistan army, instrumental in his rise to power, had clearly decided he had become dispensable. It was a tragic end to...
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    Pakistan Army beating up TTP supporter

    Pakistani army with pro Taliban supporters | Tune.pk
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    10 dead in Kashmir battle between rebels, army

    SRINAGAR, India — Heavily armed militants fought a fierce gunbattle with soldiers in the Indian-held portion of Kashmir on Thursday, and four civilians were among the 10 dead, authorities said. The nine-hour exchange of firing stopped as night fell, but some militants were still believed to be...
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