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The government must slap penalty on anyone using Aadhaar data for purposes other than public servicesNSE 0.37 %, whistle-blower Edward Snowden has said.

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Last week, an Indian parliamentary panel fluttered the dovecotes in Thimphu – Bhutan’s capital – by recommending New Delhi encourage Bhutan to deploy more soldiers in the disputed Doklam area, where a year ago several hundred Indian and Chinese soldiers stood eyeball-to-eyeball, raising real fears of bloodshed.

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While Imran Khan was sworn-in Pakistan’s 22nd Prime Minister, the visit of Navjot Singh Sidhu – former India cricketer-turned-politician – to attend Imran’s oath-taking ceremony on Saturday grabbed a lot of eyeballs across the globe.

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Politicians from across parties flew to Delhi, cancelling meetings with foreign diplomats and pre-poll campaigns. Meanwhile, thousands of obituaries are being posted on social media for former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who passed away on Thursday evening at the age of 93.

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With the rupee coming under severe pressure due to meltdown in the Turkish lira, India's foreign exchange reserves has come within striking distance of falling below the $400 billion mark.

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the former prime minister who transformed India into a nuclear-armed nation and ignited a weapons race in South Asia, died Thursday.

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It may have looked moth-eaten to its founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah, but Pakistan was anything but that at the time of Independence. An average Pakistani was richer, lived longer and lived more safely than an average Indian for almost two decades after 1947, which is roughly the time democracy was absent in Pakistan.

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Greatest Achievements of India Since Independence that no one has noticed. Here is the achievements:

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Ahead of the 21st round of India-China boundary talks, senior BJP leader Ram Madhav said on Wednesday that a dispute over a "large segment" of the border with China has been resolved, barring the Western sector, and the negotiations were moving in the positive direction.

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As India celebrates its 72nd Independence Day, here’s a tale of extraordinary courage and selflessness. It’s a tale that has been told before, but there is now more information about the INS Khukri and its Captain, Mahendra Nath Mulla, who died with the ship during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war.

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