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China’s Golden Tech Grab

The authorities’ effort to discipline Chinese tech firms over the last 18 months has been clumsy and highly costly, featuring a raft of opaque and unpredictable regulations Angela Huyue Zhang HONG KONG – Hopes are rising that China’s embattled tech giants will finally get a reprieve from the severe legal and …

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AMU Lit Fest Resumes after Hitting Road Block with Students’ Efforts

The organisers of the festival — University Debating & Literary club (UDLC) — said that they received a notice from the varsity’s Cultural Education Centre on Saturday morning reading: “Due to unavoidable circumstances the events of 21 & 22 May 2022 of AMU Lit Fest, is hereby postponed till further …

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Change in Status of Religious Places would Lead to Massive Conflict: Congress

Security forces deployed in front of Gyanvapi Masjid. (Image: India Today) Dubbing it a “political” move, the Congress says its a “diversionary” tactic by the BJP to push the issues of inflation, unemployment and rupee downfall into the back-burner NEW DELHI – Terming the Gyanvapi case a “diversionary tactic” of the …

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Price Rise, Unemployment Major Causes of Concern: Survey

Price rise, unemployment major causes of concern. As per the survey, price rise was the major problem, followed by unemployment and corruption, while religious conflicts and women’s safety were viewed as least cause of concern by the respondents NEW DELHI – In four state and one Union Territory that went to …

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Indian Families Seem to Be Trapped in a Vicious Cycle of Rising Expenses: Survey

While the state governments and the chief ministers scored quite well on performance ratings, ordinary voters are convinced the financial condition of their families has deteriorated since the elections were held in 2021 NEW DELHI – Indian families seem to be trapped in a vicious cycle of rising expenses even as …

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Painting Depicting Tipu’s Victory Over British Sold for Rs 6.26 Crore in London

Twitter image The monumental painting is nearly 32-foot long and 9 meters wide and depicts the ‘Pollilur’ battle scene and the victory of the Mysore army over the British on September 7, 1780. Syed Ali Mujtaba | Clarion India EVEN as rabid Hindu nationalists subscribing to majoritarian politics in Karnataka …

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Karnataka Makes Uniform Mandatory for PUC Students

In the guidelines issued by the Education Department for 2020-21 academic year, uniforms were not compulsory. Sources in the Education department said that the new rule will empower college managements to implement a ban on hijab in classrooms. BENGALURU — The Karnataka government has made uniform compulsory for Pre-University Course(PUC) students …

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Bharat Jodo Yatra: Congress to Take Along Like-minded Political Forces & NGOs

The yatra which will start from Kanyakumari and end in Kashmir will pass through at least 12 states. In these states the party will reach out to like-minded groups and political parties. NEW DELHI — The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra will try to take along like-minded political forces and NGOs working …

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Widening Fault Lines in Indian Muslim Leadership

Representational image At a time when the community is needs unity the most, Muslim leaders are indulging in vilification of each other in the game of one-upmanship, and thereby dividing the community with their fissiparous tendencies. Asad Mirza RECENT outreach activities by Muslim leaders across India relays very disturbing and …

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