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The demon of demography - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
A great deal has been spoken about India's demographic dividend. By 2020, it is said, India will become the youngest country in the world, with its population's median age at 29. That means a growing working age population which can purchase goods and services, and a growing middle class.
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India, US, and an East-of-Suez moment - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Getting a grip on encephalitis - Biswajeet Banerjee, Pioneer
Playing with Constitution and prospering too - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
A new India rises - Tavleen Singh, Indian Express
Libtards vs bhakts: War plays out on social media, and outside - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioeer
Minister or Guv: Who'll be sent to Rashtrapati Bhavan? - Hari shankar vyas, Pioeer
Biased western media concocts anti-Modi tales - Swapan Dasgupta, Pioeer
Astana Summit: Geopolitics of SCO - Nalin Kumar Mohapatra, Pioneer
Pakistan’s fake news spin - Pioneer
UP Waqf boards’ scams - Pioneer
Interesting race for Rashtrapati Bhavan - Ashok Malik, Pioneer
Modi's foreign policy: Realism at the core - Rajesh Singh, Pioneer
New President for new India - Dr Rakesh Sinha, Indian Express
The puzzles of Indian agriculture - Nirvikar Singh, Financial Express
A new era of diplomacy - Pioneer
Farmer cause real, violence political - Sandhya Jain, Pioneer
Terrorism and extremitis - Chetan Bhagat, Times of India
Don’t politicise farmers’ issues - M Venkaiah Naidu, Times of India
Just why are farmers rioting? - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
A new lunatic express - Bibek Debroy, Times of India
He can split a bullet. Can he split votes? - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
East and West union - Pioneer
Plentiful of choice, but people prefer Modi - Rajesh Singh, Pioneer
Russia and India: 70 years together - Vladimir Putin, Times of India
ISIS handler offers women to lure Indians - Rahul Kanwal, Mail Today
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This is a proxy war and proxy war is a dirty war. It is played in a dirty way. The rules of engagements are there when the adversary comes face-to-face and fights with you. It is a dirty war.... That is where innovation comes in. You fight a dirty war with innovations. People are throwing stones at us, people are throwing petrol bombs at us. If my men ask me what do we do, should I say, just wait and die? I will come with a nice coffin with a national flag and I will send your bodies home with honour. Is it what I am supposed to tell them as chief? I have to maintain the morale of my troops who are operating there.In fact, I wish these people, instead of throwing stones at us, were firing weapons at us. Then I would have been happy. Then I could do what I (want to do).
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