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Indo-China Doklam border standoff to end

The 71-day old Doklam stand-off finally seems to have come to an end. On Monday, the Ministry of External Affairs announced in a press statement that both India and China on the basis of diplomatic engagements decided to ‘disengage’. “…expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going,” said the MEA statement on ‘Doklam Disengagement Understanding’. Even as questions are being raised on the levels and nature of disengagement, highly placed sources have told India Today that the ‘disengagement is mutual and simultaneous’. There was constant diplomatic engagement in the...

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Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba arrived in New Delhi today.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba arrived in New Delhi today for a five-day state visit to India. The Prime Minister was received by External Affairs Minister of India Sushma Swaraj at the Indira Gandhi International Airport at 11:20 am. In his first overseas trip after assuming charge as the country’s 40th Prime Minister on June 6, PM Deuba arrived here leading a 50-member delegation comprising Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Krishna Bahadur Mahara, other Ministers, Members of Parliament, Secretaries and other high-level government officials. Later today, PM Deuba will interact with Nepali Community at...

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Maradona to visit Kolkata, India for 2 day trip in September

This will be the 1986 World Cup winner’s second visit to the city after December 2008 when thousands of fans gathered to welcome him past midnight at the airport. Confirming this in a video-conference call with the promoter of the trip in the wee hours today, the 56-year-old said he is very excited to visit West Bengal after nearly 10 years. “It is such an honour for me to be able to make this trip. Kolkata is a very special place and I have good memories from my trip there many years ago, the fans were fantastic,” Maradona said....

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Ani Choying Drolma | Buddhist Nun’s Music

Ani Choying Drolma, the Buddhist nun rock star from Nepal insists that her music is the one which brings a person home. The home is a place where one can relax and be themselves. It is possible to free oneself from all the fears and hope of what other people think, about the way a person dress, sit, and how the person conducts in a public place. Her music is a blend of melodies and ancient Buddhist hymns. Her pairing of melody and lyrics bring the mind back to its natural and calm state. Drolma had a hard life....

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