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    Opinion A Year After New Delhi’s Gang Rape, What Has Changed For India’s Women?

    A year after New Delhi’s gang rape, what has changed for India’s women? by Rupa Subramanya http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-debate/a-year-after-new-delhis-gang-rape-what-has-changed-for-indias-women/article15982313/ December 16 marks the anniversary of the gang rape of a young...
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    Dr Inder Anand: From India’s Rhodes Scholar To America’s High-Flyer Cardiologist

    Dr Inder Anand: From India’s Rhodes Scholar To America’s High-Flyer Cardiologist http://newseastwest.com/dr-inder-anand-from-indias-rhodes-scholar-to-americas-high-flyer-cardiologist/ MINNEAPOLIS: Few Indian American doctors can boast a better pedigree than Dr Inder Anand, professor of...
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    India Beyond The Gang-rape Trial, India’s Courts Are A World-class Catastrophe

    Beyond the gang-rape trial, India’s courts are a world-class catastrophe Amrit Dhillon New Delhi — The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Feb. 07 2013, 7:17 AM EST Last updated Thursday, Feb. 07 2013, 7:18 AM EST Four years ago, while researching a story on dowry deaths – one of...
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    India Ending India’s Culture Of Silence On Rape

    Ending India’s culture of silence on rape By Haroon Siddiqui Editorial Page - The Star, Toronto - Januatry 16, 2013 NEW DELHI—India’s first {censored} Walk was held here last summer. In keeping with the spirit of the movement — which originated in Toronto after a cop told York University...
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    India Drug Epidemic Grips India’s Punjab State

    Drug epidemic grips India’s Punjab state Simon Denyer - THE WASHINGTON POST - Tuesday, January 1, 4:10 AM MAQBOOLPURA, India — A boy just 12 years old was offering opium and hashish on a scrubby patch of land outside this village on a recent day. His cellphone rang incessantly as he...
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    India India’s ‘silent’ Prime Minister Becomes A Tragic Figure

    India’s ‘silent’ prime minister becomes a tragic figure By Simon Denyer - The Washington Post - Published: September 4 NEW DELHI — India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh helped set his country on the path to modernity, prosperity and power, but critics say the shy, soft-spoken 79-year-old is in...
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    India Politics Is A Drag On India’s Economy

    Politics is a drag on India’s economy November 03, 2011 Ramesh Thakur - The Toronto Star Congress party president Sonia Gandhi is the real power in India, not Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. (May 16, 2009) HARISH TYAGI/EPA India’s economy grows mainly in the night, some say...
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    India India’s Tryst With Terror

    India’s Tryst with Terror Following the attacks in Delhi, Kanwal Sibal writes that there are many reasons why India suffers from terrorism—including its complicated relationship with Pakistan. by Kanwal Sibal | September 9, 2011 2:59 PM EDT How should we interpret the...
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    India For India’s Prime Minister, Corruption Refuses To Stay At "Arm's Length"

    August 2, 2011 For India’s prime minister, corruption refuses to stay ‘at arm’s length’ By Simon Denyer, Published: August 2 - The Washington Post NEW DELHI — Like an honest man surrounded by thieves, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is finding that his own reputation for personal...
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    India Guru Of Globalization Tackles India’s ID Problem

    June 02, 2011 Guru of globalization tackles India’s ID problem June 02, 2011 Haroon Siddiqui - The Toronto Star Nandan Nilekani was given a degree at U of T's Rotman School of Management. We are burdened with many pieces of identity — birth certificate, social insurance...
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    India India’s Middle Class Asserts Itself

    May 19, 2011 India’s middle class asserts itself May 19, 2011 Ramesh Thakur India is on the move, with millions climbing into middle-class status and a growing pool of billionaires. Yet it also has more poor, hungry and illiterate people than any other country in the world; access to...
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    India India’s Prime Minister Vows To Fight Corruption

    February 16, 2011 India’s Prime Minister Vows to Fight Corruption By JIM YARDLEY - The New York Times NEW DELHI — Faced with broad criticism of his government and of his own performance, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India on Wednesday vowed to complete his term while promising to crack...
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    Controversial For India’s Newly Rich Farmers, Limos Won’t Do

    By Jim Yardley NOIDA, India — Bhisham Singh Yadav, father of the groom, is stressed. His rented Lexus got stuck behind a bullock cart. He has hired a truck to blast Hindi pop, but it is too big to maneuver through his village. At least his grandest gesture, evidence of his upward mobility, is...
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    India Soaring Above India’s Poverty, A 27-Story Home

    MUMBAI — The newest and most exclusive residential tower for this city’s superrich is a cantilevered sheath of steel and glass soaring 27 floors into the sky. The parking garage fills six levels. Three helipads are on the roof. There are terraces upon terraces, airborne swimming pools and...
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    The ‘Flying Sikh’ On India’s Lamentable Track-and-field Prowess

    New Delhi— From Monday's Globe and Mail Oct. 03, 2010: Never mind owning the podium, India will be happy to break its track-and-field medal drought this year. The first – and last – Indian to win an athletics competition at any Commonwealth Games is the legendary “Flying Sikh,” Milkha...
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    Arts/Society India’s Kher Draws On 2,000 Years Of Mysticism (Khailash Kher)

    New stars in the Southeast India’s Kher draws on 2,000 years of Kailamysticism By Siddhartha Mitter Globe Correspondent / November 8, 2009...
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