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India needs to welcome multinational capital - Mint
'Parrot' is caged, and starved too - Rohit bansal, Pioneer
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Kashmir attack shows why AFSPA must stay - Pioneer
Rupee fall: Unlucky dip - Arvind Virmani, Indian Express
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Yet, Aamir Khan too has joined a group of people who believe, apparently, with all their hearts, that India has become more intolerant since May 2014. The incidents cited for this claim have been three murders, none of which has been determined to be connected to the national government or the ruling party. Yet, somehow, the fact that the Prime Minister did not condemn it quickly enough, or “strongly” enough, has warranted one of the loudest acts of protest by a part of the intellectual and artistic elite who seem to see something that many others simply don’t.
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