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Guest Post – Author Frank Kusy: Kevin and I in India @wussyboy #TuesdayBookBlog - I’m really honoured to have the author Frank Kusy on my blog today talking about the first book in his memoir series Kevin and I in India. Monday the 2nd of January 1985 saw me on a British Airways...

Dholma is Her Name, by Karan Zadoo - Dholma is her name. I found this little girl with her doll in the street of Kaza. Kaze or Kaja is the subdivision headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district of the sta...

This Muslim purge in Myanmar is so awful you can see it from space

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Greg Poling - If Myanmar’s notorious army is to be believed — that’s a very big if — its soldiers are facing a highly deranged adversary. Along Myanmar’s marshy coastline, villages keep going up in flames. All o...

Leonard Cohen's Literary Work Was as Essential as His Music | VICE | United States - When I received the news yesterday that Leonard Cohen has passed at the age of 82, I knew the protocol: wax nostalgic, dig through his archives. But while many people posted their favorite tracks o...

Majority agree corruption has come down in Delhi in Kejriwal government: Online Poll

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Kintu Dhobi - Most people think that corruption has come down since Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi, according to an online poll conducted by The poll which attracted response...

Muslims in India: Oppressed or well off? They are more pampered than wronged

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ThaiLand - The academic literature on Indian Muslims for long has suffered from elite bias which overemphasizes the problem of their socio-economic marginalisation. India-bashing over such marginalisation and...

Analista indio: "no tenemos problemas con los rusos, pero sí con los chinos" - RT - En una entrevista concedida al portal ruso, el jefe de la oficina india de la Fundación Carnegie para la Paz Internacional, Raja Mohan, ha compartido su opinión acerca de las relaciones de...
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Bird on a Wire: How Bombay helped Leonard Cohen find his voice again

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Milu Aman - In 1998, I read a newspaper report that Leonard Cohen was in Bombay. I was a big fan of his music and poetry and tracked him down to a small hotel in Kemp’s Corner. I asked if he could autograph th...
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Demonetisation Effect: Funds tap turns dry for terror and Maoist groups - The Economic Times

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Enrico AG - NEW DELHI: Demonetisation of higher denomination currency notes by the government seems to have dealt a body blow to funding of terror in Jammu & Kashmir as well as Left-wing extremist violence acr...
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Anger grows in India as banks struggle to swap banned notes

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Umer Akbar - NEW DELHI Anger intensified in India on Saturday as banks struggled to dispense cash following the government's decision to withdraw large denomination notes in an attempt to uncover billions of do...

10 rumours related to demonetisation that you might have believed as true

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After Rs 500 Note Launch, Withdrawal Limits At ATMs, Banks Raised: 10 Updates

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Stunned By Trump, The New York Times Finds Time For Some Soul-Searching

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UserFrIENDlyyy - It’s been a moment for soul-searching, and to some extent repentance, at the New York Times. In much-discussed remarks to his own media columnist James Rutenberg, executive editor Dean Baquet offer...
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