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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: RAJNATH SINGH
With Jammu and Kashmir under governor's rule, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has a tough task at hand. The direct rule of the state ahead of the Lok Sabha polls next year would have a critical bearing on the BJP's image
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THE WEEK-Hansa Research Survey 2018: Best Colleges

Interdisciplinary learning is in, as top colleges across the country try to embed multiple disciplines in one stream and offer a balanced view to students
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Four years after Mario Goetze's extra-time goal crowned Germany world champions in Rio de Janeiro, the FIFA World Cup has travelled from the Samba land to the other side of the globe. While there will be some exciting football in store, all parties involved—be it the Russian government, FIFA or the major contenders—are out to prove something
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Lessons are no longer bound within the four walls of the classroom. The emphasis now is on experiential learning. A look at how alternative schools are changing the way children learn in India
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As opposition leader, Mamata Banerjee took up the cudgels on behalf of farmers, which propelled her to power. Now, as chief minister, she is on the other side of the battle. Just 30km from Kolkata, a cluster of villages has declared independence from government rule. They are protesting a national power project, and say their land was taken forcibly. The state government, however, says the villagers are guided by Maoists
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Indian chefs and restaurant owners are going back to the roots, hunting down traditional, regional recipes and adding a twist to it. The flavours will take you down memory lane, but the presentation is still quite modern. Indian cuisine, today, is a treat for all your senses.
THE WEEK rates and ranks the best restaurants across seven cities
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After the historic #KoreanSummit on April 27, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in jointly announced that they would work towards drafting a permanent peace treaty and eliminating nuclear weapons. THE WEEK reports from Seoul
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The brutal rape and murder of a girl belonging to the Bakarwal community in Jammu and Kashmir has stirred up outrage across the country. THE WEEK traces the victim's biological parents, who have been driven away from their land. They live in fear and agony, but are determined to fight for justice
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After the 1962 war, China has been steadily bolstering its border with India, building a strong road and rail network. India, however, lags behind. The Doklam standoff was a wakeup call for India to speed up infrastructure development along the Line of Actual Control. But, is it too late?
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The Supreme Court order against immediate arrest of accused under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act was the tipping point for dalits seething over a series of injustices. The violent protests rattled the political class, especially the BJP, which was caught napping. The message is clear: dalits cannot be ignored

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