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1.Delay in justice delivery keeps investors away:CJI.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur shared the dais on Sunday and mutually agreed that India is a “bright spot” in the global  read more

2.Making cities inclusive.

The challenges of a rapidly urbanising world and of providing people with equal opportunities in cities were the central themes at the just-concluded UN  read more

3.Kingdom of bonds.

Last week’s sale of $ 17.5 billion worth of sovereign bonds by Saudi Arabia, a record for an emerging market, was no ordinary affair.  read more

4.stuck in the terrorism groove.

For India, a country that has worked in multilateral fora for nearly 70 years on a global agenda,  read more

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1.'Brexit will not help check terrorism'

Taking forward the state’s antibiotic stewardship and infection preven tion and control programme, Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS) has revised its curriculum to include a chapter on antibiotics as part of MBBS syllabus from this academic year. read more

2. Japan wants India to speak its mind on SCS

Japanese authorities were stunned to notice in August more than 200 Chinese fishing boats operating in the contiguous zone around East China Sea’s Senkaku islands, which Beijing insists on calling Diaoyu islands. Around the same time,  read more

3. India's New Pakistan Strategy.

In the period following September 29, India has embarked on a two pronged Pakistan strategy . First, it has indicated it is willing to use hard force when faced with terrorism and cross old lines, literally or figuratively   read more

4. We ourselves don't know what Uniform Civil Code is ... started an academic debate to know what people think.

The Law Commission’s move on October 7 to seek public opinion on whether triple talaq should be abolished and if a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) should be enacted has triggered a national debate on minority rights though the panel emphasised  read more

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