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Srinagar, 25th July (IANS): Has violence become its own master in Jammu and Kashmir? It looks like, with both mainstream and separatist leaders admitting they are not in control of the situation in the valley.
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Narayanpur (Chhattisgarh), 24th July (IANS): When eight months pregnant Sukmi's water broke she was in Ongnarpal, a village deep in the jungle of Chhattisgarh where four wheelers cannot reach and the hospital was miles away.
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An Indian artist in Paris -- an Indian artist who decided he would explore the rudiments of plastic art, a gentleman who was subtle and every bit an arts connoisseur, a voracious reader, a writer, a thinker, an aesthetic being -- how much can one say of Sayed Haider Raza, who died in New Delhi on Saturday aged 94? For Indian contemporary art Raza was the creator of an epic bridge -- one that spanned the elements of tradition and brought them forward to create islands of colour that were steeped in Indian advaitya philosophy and the idea of the seed -- the germination, the principle of everything being born from the word Om.
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What is the link between Brexit and the failed coup in Turkey? They ring alarm bells for NATO in the time of Trump, Sanders, Corbyn, Pablo Iglesias, Marine Le Pen and gathering anti-establishment storms elsewhere.
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New Delhi, 21st July (IANS): Using 80,000 bullet shells, internationally-acclaimed multi-dimensional artist Gopal Namjoshi on Thursday unveiled his recent most installation titled No bullet can pierce my SOUL at a mall in South Delhi.
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