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Families of Navy veterans jailed in Qatar appeal to Modi govt — ‘walk the talk, bring them back’

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Families of Navy veterans jailed in Qatar appeal to Modi govt — ‘walk the talk, bring them back’

The 8 former Indian Navy officers have been kept in solitary confinement in Doha for over 4 months. They have not been charged with any crime yet, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

After Punjab, now Haryana youth fleeing to US–by any ‘donkey’ means possible

There is no guarantee of a college seat or a job. And so village after village, Haryana is watching its young men leave–and the rise of an industry of touts, agents, helpers and hustlers, reports Jyoti Yadav. 

Functionality or political message? Rahul’s beard in Bharat Jodo Yatra a matter of debate

Rahul’s beard during Bharat Jodo Yatra has become an interesting aside, generating interest on social media, and from parties on what would otherwise have been a non-issue, reports Ishadrita Lahiri.

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘MP sweep’ comment was to boost morale but Congress leaders are under pressure

Congress leaders are dreading any unforeseen event that can take place between now and MP assembly elections in November 2023, writes Bharat Agrawal.

Air India incident shows Indians are world’s worst passengers. Fine them, arrest them

People within the airline business blame democratisation of air travel but the Air India incident shows that even business class passengers can behave badly, writes Vir Sanghvi.

Maruti Celerio AMT brought big ‘stick shift’ in India. Now manual transmission dying out

Indian car buyers are becoming more sophisticated and can afford better. When you talk to car companies, the sales records show an upward trend in automatic preferences, writes Kushan Mitra.

Local bully China’s distracted & Pakistan’s a mess but it won’t last. Modi should use time wisely

India has to begin the transformation now, starting with a conscious hedging of the risk posed by its dependence on Russian military supplies, writes Shekhar Gupta.

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