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Clean chit for Aryan Khan in cruise drugs case
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Indian origin astronaut-led NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 team headed to ISS
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Syed Ata Hasnain
It is good to see gender sensitivity take a higher platform in India
While nothing stops the govt from appointing an IPS officer to a post traditionally held by IAS cadre, such appointments are extremely rare
The story is of a deep cultural divide between two peoples united by language but divided by habits, values, history and culture
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