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Asian Age Newspaper Headlines from Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Australia Indians to host PM Modi at Madison-type Sydney show - wwv.asianage.com
A Madison Square Garden-like event is being planned for Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Australia by the Indian diaspora there in mid-November when Mr Modi is in that country for the G-20 summit, government sources said Monday. The event may take place at ...

PM Modi’s rally strike rate less than 50% - wwv.asianage.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held 27 election rallies in Maharashtra. However, more than half of the BJP candidates for whom Mr Modi held rallies have lost the election. Political rivals of the BJP are saying that this indicated there was no Modi wave in ...

PM Modi steps up economic reforms, eyes privatisation - wwv.asianage.com
India promised on Monday to open up the coal industry to private players and moved closer to selling a stake in state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), as Prime Minister Narendra Modi picked up the pace on economic reform days after relaxing fuel price ...

Won’t make extra effort to impress non-Hindus: RSS - dc.asianage.com
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has said that it would not make any special effort to reach out to non-Hindus (read Muslims) but those who believed they were Hindus were welcome to join it. “Our first priority is to unite Hindus and create ...

Hong Kong protesters mock foreign links claim - archivev.asianage.com
Hong Kong pro-democracy leaders on Monday angrily rejected claims by the city’s chief executive that “external forces” are orchestrating their mass rallies, ahead of talks intended to end three weeks of political stalemate. The denials came as the ...

Diwali bonanza - archivev.asianage.com
What a pleasant surprise, indeed, that on the eve of Diwali the price of diesel has been cut down by more than `3 a liter. The deregulation move, with effect from October 18, appears to be a good omen. However, it is now the responsibility of the ...

‘China will never open files on painful past’ - archivev.asianage.com
China’s ruling Communist Party will likely never open all the files on its recent painful past, including the Cultural Revolution and Great Leap Forward, and sees no need to reassess those periods, a senior party historian said on Monday. The 1958-1961 ...

‘Haqqani rebels held in Bahrain’ - archivev.asianage.com
Two top leaders of the Al Qaeda-linked Haqqani network, including a brother of the head of the feared terror group which is blamed for a 2008 deadly attack on Indian embassy in Kabul, were detained in Bahrain and not in Afghanistan, according to a media ...

Super sycophancy - archivev.asianage.com
Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa is finally out of the Bangalore jail after spending 21 days there. AIADMK cadres were jubilant to see her out, in time for Diwali, and tried to outdo each other in trying impress with their celebrations of ...

Governance Ho! - archivev.asianage.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has again won approval for his leadership, this time from Maharashtra and Haryana. Indeed, given that he was a one-man campaigning army for his party and that he gambled on his party going it alone, both the victories are a ...

Nehru: Why the big fuss? - dc.asianage.com
Members of the Nehru-Gandhi family being kept out of the official committee to observe the 125th anniversary of the birth of India’s visionary first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru is no big deal. However, that is exactly what’s being sought to be made ...

Kurds name refugee camp after suicide bomber - archivev.asianage.com
Syrian Kurdish refugees who streamed into Turkey from Kobane have found sanctuary in a new camp named after a female Kurdish suicide bomber who blew herself up in the battle against jihadists for the besieged Syrian town. The new camp in the Turkish border ...

75 killed in 5 days of fighting in Libya - archivev.asianage.com
Nine people have been killed in new violence in Benghazi where pro-government forces have launched an offensive against Islamist militias, raising the toll to 75 dead in five days, medics said. In the latest violence on Sunday, a woman was killed in a bomb ...

Turkey lets Kurds reinforce Kobane - archivev.asianage.com
Washington made a first arms drop to Kurdish fighters battling jihadists for the Syrian border town of Kobane Monday as neighbouring Turkey said it was helping Iraqi Kurdish forces to join the fight. The weapons were dropped by air as Ankara has refused to ...

Ebola to spread globally sans exit screening - dc.asianage.com
Three Ebola-infected travellers from the worst affected West African countries Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea are predicted to depart on an international flight every month, if no exit screening were to take place, according to new modelling research ...

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