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Amartya Sen: The problem is... Indians have been much too tolerant of intolerance
On a day that the State and street alike turned to choke dissent in the capital, one of India’s most eminent voices told the citizenry it wasn’t dissenting enough. The problem is not that Indians have been intolerant, it is that we have been much too tolerant of intolerance,” Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said this evening. And so I am arguing that this has to end.
Ex-Army officers threaten to return JNU degrees against anti-national activities in campus
Women not discriminated against in Vedas,Upanishads,then why in Sabarimala?,asks SC
Missing Indian Army captain found in Faizabad

Insight Feature
A Man of Simplicity, a Man of Inspiration……Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
India has lost his pearl. Former President APJ Abdul Kalam, the ‘Missile Man’ who became popular as ‘People’s President’ died after a massive cardiac arrest and collapsed during a lecture at the IIM Shillong. Born in humble circumstances in a Muslim family in rural Tamil Nadu, a young boy who sold newspapers as a boy to help his family make ends meet rose to the highest office in the land.
Still waiting for justice after two years: Dec 16 gang-rape victim’s mother
Black money: SIT may submit second report before SC today
Tributes paid to 26/11 attack martyrs

Special Report
Amarnath Yatra,The Legend
Shri Amarnath Ji is by far the most awesome Dham. The Guardian of the absolute, Lord shiva is enshrined in form of an ice Lingam in Shri Amarnath ji Holy cave which is formed naturally of an ice Stalagmite; it is believed to wax and wane with the moon. By the side are fascinating two more lingams: Maa Parvati and Ganesha.
Babri mosque demolition 22nd anniversary:Muslim groups call for a ‘black day’
60% of Indian men admit violence against wives : UN report
Exit polls: Narendra Modi will snatch Maharashtra and Haryana from Congress

International News
After 1,000-year split,pope and Russian patriarch embrace in Cuba
Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill embraced and kissed on Friday in a historic meeting,uniting to issue a global appeal for the protection of Christians under assault in the Middle East. Nearly 1,000 years after the Eastern and Western branches of Christianity split apart, the meeting at an airport terminal in Cuba was the first ever between a Roman Catholic pope and a Russian Orthodox patriarch.
Syria conflict: World powers agree cessation of hostilities
Prison clashes leave 52 dead in Mexico
Historic Jain temple demolished in Lahore to make way for metro train

Business News
India s factory output declines again in December
India’s factory output declined again in December by (-)1.3 percent but was somewhat better than the (-)3.42 percent dip registered in the month before, official data showed on Friday. There was a growth of 3.6 percent in December 2014. As per data on index of industrial production (IIP) released by the Central Statistics Office,the cumulative growth of the country’s factory output logged a 3.1 percent rise in the first nine months of the current fiscal year.
Amid Market Selloff,Jaitley Promises More Steps to Tackle Bad Loans
ICICI Bank Q1 net up 12%,retail loan surges 25%,NPA down
Gold heads for longest weekly losing streak in 16 years

Latest Stories
India disappointed as US okays sale of 8 F-16 jets to Pakistan,summons envoy
US Ambassador Richard Verma, who was summoned by India over Obama administration's decision to notify sale of F-16 fighter aircrafts to Pakistan,on Saturday reached South Block to present his country's side on the matter. Earlier today,New Delhi expressed its disappointment over the US' decision of selling eight F-16 fighter jets to Pakistaan and disagreed with a rationale that such arms transfers will help combat terrorism.
Situation remains tensed but peaceful at Bhojshala in MP,both groups offer prayers at disputed site
Snapdeal employee Dipti Sarna,missing from Ghaziabad,found in Panipat: family relieved
Forget vengeance,Tiger Memon should learn from what his brother Yakub did

South News
BJP snubs Valley tradition,skips Martyrs Day ceremony
The BJP on Monday skipped the Valley s Martyrs Day ceremony, making it perhaps the first time that a ruling party had boycotted an official event to honour 22 Kashmiris who were shot dead exactly 84 years ago. July 13 is observed as Martyrs Day in Kashmir by the state government as well as separatists in memory of the unarmed 22 who died while protesting against the rule of the Dogra king Maharaja Hari Singh in 1931. It is also observed as a gazetted holiday in the state.
West Bengal: Nurse accidentally cuts newborn baby s thumb,throws it in a dustbin
Madras HC recalls order directing mediation between victim,rapist
Four-year-old forced to drink alcohol by uncle in Tamil Nadu, video goes viral