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 Back To Vajpayee in The Valley

The PDP tugs at old sentiment, appeals for dialogue with Islamabad ‘Vajpayee-era’ style.

The National Conference lashes out, terming the efforts mere gimmicks.

 Heavy-Weather Visit

Under pressure for his reported close links with Khalistani separatists, Justin Trudeau

reassures us that he and Canada stand for India’s unity

What of the Mind Snares?

When it comes to ailments of the brain, our research seems to have stagnated, judging

from the utter lack of breakthroughs in the field of psychiatry in the past many decades

 The Elusive Skipper

Remembering football hero V.P. Sathyan, on whom a biopic has been made recently

 Write From the Heart

Adding to the richness of Marathi literature are stories and poems by contemporary

women authors from diverse backgrounds. Each of them has a unique tale to tell

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