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After all, it was President Musharraf who started Kargil, was cursed in India, who was invited to come to Agra, and then turn into a hero. His maid servant was discovered, his Nehar wali haveli was discovered. He had to give $1,000 to the maid from his pocket as she had been discovered by the Indian media. … [Read more...] about ‘Modi is a human being and human beings want to do good’
While Downing Street has indicated that Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will take the reins if Mr Johnson is incapacitated, the Deltapoll survey shows that Mr Sunak – dubbed 'dishy Rishi' by his Treasury colleagues – is backed as a stand-in premier by more than three times as many voters. … [Read more...] about Britons will not get back to ‘normal life’ for SIX MONTHS or more, warns deputy chief medical officer Jenny Harries, as she says UK should know after Easter if lockdown has ‘squashed’ coronavirus outbreak
Even as the lawyers accused him of bringing out a report aimed at 'misleading and instigating people on grounds of caste with the sole object of creating animosity and hatred among one section of society -- Dalits -- and suppressing the damage and loss suffered by other members of society, to suit his political agenda,' Bansod stood by the team's findings that it was saffron groups who were responsible for the violence. … [Read more...] about Bhima Koregaon hearing: Why was he quizzed for 14 days?
As they prepared to move Michael to the group home, his family was referred to Dr. Kara Margolis. Margolis, 36, is a pediatric gastroenterologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a researcher at Columbia University Medical Center. She speaks with contagious enthusiasm and the slightest hint of a Brooklyn accent. By the time she met Michael, bloody scabs dotted his face, from the tender skin below his eyes to the tips of his ears. He'd chewed his thumb down nearly to the bone. There was blood everywhere, Margolis recalls as she describes their first visit. He screamed and paced the room throughout the brief exam. … [Read more...] about In Autism, the Importance of the Gut