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THE HINDU January 27, 2017

Pak. teens held in Uri not guilty?

The two, arrested for alleged involvement in the attack, likely to be cleared of terror charges

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Heartland hums with BSP-Muslim ties

But the question is whether they are natural allies who can find synergies on the ground Read more »

Banking on good faith

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Rolling back Ordinance Raj

The Supreme Court's verdict that ordinances are subject to judicial review, and do not automatically create enduring effects, places a timely check on a power rampantly abused by governments Read more »

The muddle in Middle Doab

For all the talk of identity-based voting, most voters in this part of Uttar Pradesh have yet to sort through ground-level politics and decide who they will vote for Read more »

Peace is a process

The absentees at the Astana talks on the Syrian conflict hold the cards for the next steps Read more »

Sena breaks electoral alliance with BJP, to go alone in polls

"If you promise to stand by me, I have taken the decision to go solo in Maharashtra," the Shiv Sena chief said on Thursday.

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Meghalaya Governor V. Shanmuganathan resigns

Shanmuganathan, who took over as the Governor of Meghalaya in May 2015, attended a Republic Day celebration. Read more »

Mexican President cancels US trip over Trump tweets on border wall

Donald Trump tweeted that Mr. Nieto should cancel his visit if Mexico is "unwilling to pay" for the massive border wall being build to stop illegal migrants from entering America.

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Chinese send fake Trump tweets as jokes, New Year wishes

Twitter is blocked here but fake tweets by realdonaldtrump look set to take netizens by storm. Read more »

Ireland pushes for investment from India

Brexit was not what Ireland had hoped for but now it's happened we are in a favourable position.

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Piqued by Mallya-Diageo deal, SEBI may order added payout

Regulator may seek fresh open offer to recompense USL's small shareholders Read more »

This makes me feel that you should know the art of PR, says Jwala

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'Give us back our river'

We visit the Ennore creek, a waterbody in distress, and listen to the stories of fishermen as they relive the good old days

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It's a bug's life

Author and science education consultant Geetha Iyer weaves tales of insects in her book The Weavers - The Curious World of Insects Read more »

A forgotten lyricist from Punjab

Poet-lyricist Naqsh Lyallpuri, who passed away on Sunday, has been largely forgotten by cinephiles. His songs many not have been the most poetic, but are remembers for their 'hummability'

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La La Land leads with 14 nominations

Following two years of "OscarsSoWhite" furore, the Academy of Motion Pictures fielded a notably more diverse field of nominees. Read more »

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