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Ruhi Tewari

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Ruhi Tewari is working as a News Editor for ThePrint. She is also head of the video section. Ruhi is an economics graduate from Hindu College, Delhi University, with a post-graduate diploma in Journalism from the Asian College of Journalism. She began her career in 2007 and has worked with the Indian Express and Mint. Her areas of specialisation include politics as well as policy spheres like rural affairs. She can be reached at: ruhi.tewari@theprint.in. Follow her on Twitter @RuhiTewari She can be reached at: ruhi.tewari@theprint.in. Follow her on Twitter @RuhiTewari

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Paytm to seek $20 billion valuation in India’s biggest IPO

The price band for the upcoming IPO will be fixed at Rs 2,080-2,150 per share. The shares are expected to start trading on or around 18 November.

Defence

LAC in Arunachal Pradesh

Army turns focus on tech as China looks to test India ‘every fortnight’ at LAC in Eastern sector

Tenga/Bum La (Arunachal Pradesh): It is not just in eastern Ladakh that China has become aggressive since May last year, but also the Eastern Sector where the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) seeks to test India’s ability to defend the Line of Actual Control (LAC) “almost every fortnight”, ThePrint has learnt. However, due to India’s increased focus on technology-backed surveillance techniques, the Army has been able to pre-empt the Chinese patrolling into Indian territories by countering them earlier than before, sources in the defence and security establishment said. Sources also said India is keeping track of Chinese build-up in depth areas, away from the LAC, and fine-tuning its operational plans accordingly. But the Indian defence establishment is concerned over China speeding up its infrastructure development activities close to the LAC across the Eastern Sector besides beefing up its positions with more soldiers and equipment. This has meant that there is a greater concentration of troops not just in depth areas but at the LAC...
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Aryan Khan isn’t a show to enjoy. NDPS is a weapon vengeful state could use on you or your kids

The draconian Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act has been handed over to people who are prone to misuse it. The story we see unfolding on our TV screens is of its blatant misuse.
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