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How the Indian Coffee House brewed the politics of revolution, one cup at a time

Indian Express 06 Jul 2024
He suggested forming a cooperative society to manage the coffee houses, resulting in the Indian Coffee Workers’ Cooperative Society’s birth ... The Indian Coffee House also served as an unofficial news centre ... © The Indian Express Pvt Ltd.
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SC committee takes stock of GIB habitat in Jaisalmer

The Times of India 04 Jul 2024
... of high-tension wires on Great Indian Bustards (GIB) habitat.
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London's luxury real estate developers up the ante with Botox, Wegovy

Hindustan Times 28 Jun 2024
Why rich Indians are buying marquee properties in London ... and an underground sports hall that can be used as a championship tennis court ... 6 wealthy Indian businessmen who own properties in London.
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BBC criticized over ‘bizarre’ voting question

Russia Today 27 Jun 2024
Israeli forces entered this medical facility, claiming that it was being used by Hamas as an arms depot, and was connected to the group’s extensive network of underground tunnels.
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BMC contractor damages Banganga’s heritage steps, ASI, locals livid

Hindustan Times 25 Jun 2024
MUMBAI ... Mumbai, India - June 24, 2024 ... (Photo by Anshuman Poyrekar/ Hindustan Times) (Hindustan Times) ... The surrounding temples and ghats complement the tank, fed by an underground spring of sweet water, its origins intertwined with Indian mythology.
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Streets remain the main area of politics for CPI (ML) Liberation: Dipankar Bhattacharya

Hindustan Times 23 Jun 2024
The first CPI Liberation MP came from Arrah in 1989 as a candidate of the Indian People's Front , the mass front of the party at a time when it was still underground.
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Article: India’s gunpoint tactics in Kashmir will backfire

Kashmir Media Service 19 Jun 2024
Powerful rulers, politicians, military bureaucracies, and nationalists in the Indian media are responsible for the oppression in the occupied territory ... The malicious aim is to increase the costs of supporting resistance against Indian rule.
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Building Pune: Pune Metro’s underground service from Civil Court to Swargate may start in September

Indian Express 13 Jun 2024
The long-awaited underground rail service of Pune Metro from Civil Court to Swargate is expected to start in September, as the work is likely to be completed by the end of August ... � The Indian Express Pvt Ltd.
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India making Bay of Bengal into a nuclear launchpad

Asiatimes 04 Jun 2024
This month, the Indian Defense Research Wing (IDRW) reported that India’s ambitious Project Varsha, a sprawling 1,680-acre naval base, is rapidly taking shape on the Eastern Coast at Rambilli.
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Hacktivist groups target Indian entities with high-profile ransomware attacks

Business Line 03 Jun 2024
... in the sale of access to Indian entities, both government and corporate, by initial access brokers in the underground forums in the first quarter of 2024.
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Saturday starts hurricane season. What you need to prepare for an 'extraordinary' season

TCPalm 01 Jun 2024
Emergency-management departments in Indian River, St ... Indian River County ... In Indian River County, 164 "undergrounding" projects have been completed since the start of the program, with six more planned this year, according to FPL.
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From The Past Pages Of Dawn: 1974: Fifty Years Ago: Discussion with Nixon

Dawn 26 May 2024
The excerpt below is taken from the previous day’s edition. WASHINGTON ... …. The British today [May 24] said the recent Indian nuclear underground explosion reinforced the need to ensure wider acceptance of the 1968Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty ... .
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Sandvik Secures Major Underground Mining Equipment Order From Hindustan Zinc

MENA FN 23 May 2024
(MENAFN - PR Newswire) STOCKHOLM, May 23, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Sandvik has received an order from the Indian mining company Hindustan Zinc Limited to supply underground mining equipment at a value ... .
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Inside India’s secret campaign to threaten and harass Americans

Vox 22 May 2024
Indian officials arbitrarily detained thousands of Kashmiris, including many journalists ... The harassment forced him underground; he eventually fled to the United States in the summer of 2020 ... “Indian ...

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