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India Today sting exposes ABVP, JNU violence UNMASKED!

Shortly after the Delhi police named several members of Left student organisations for participating in the violence that was unleashed at the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on January 5, an India Today sting operation has two JNU students associated with the ABVP confessing that they were part of the violence. One of them – Akshat Awasthi – also takes credit for organising the mob that went on a rampage in the campus last Sunday. A third student who was part of the sting operation is part of AISA – a left-wing student group – and confesses to shutting down the JNU server as part of a protest.

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Year 2019: Canada gets Trudeau back despite all ifs and buts…

The year 2019 will be one of the milestones in Canadian history – but for all the wrong reasons. The Team IndiaTimes.Live looked at all the events that made it to the news for Canada and found that these were either shocks, sad or big apologies. Nothing has changed much it seems with everything standing […]

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Year 2019: Lights, camera, action, it’s all MODI-FIED for India

The year 2019 opened with the Pulwama attack where 40 Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists. The closing of the year could have been on the positive note with the Kartarpur corridor opening marking the 550th birth celebrations of Guru Nanak Devji, but for India the year is closing on a very sad note. Yes the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which has made India burn, everyone in scared, people are out on streets for their rights. So the IndiaTimes.Live team put together for you a quick look at a 10-point throwback of the year 2019 as it comes to a close.

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The Woods Are Lovely….But Let Me Sleep Before The Miles To Go

‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’. If he said, “The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep”, with Christmas round the corner and elections over, it’s sleep time for our guys in politics.

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Father Travels 12 Km Daily For Daughter’s Education, “Changing Times”

Mia Khan, a resident of Sharana in Afghanistan, has won social media’s respect with his daily routine, which involves travelling 12 kilometers to take his daughters to school every day. “I am illiterate, and I live on daily wage, but my daughters’ education is very valuable to me because there is no female doctor in our area,” he says. “It is my greatest desire to educate my daughters like my sons”.

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Throne Speech Outlines commitment and collobartion for Better Canada

Throne speech promises tax cut, climate action and ban on military-style firearms and Social Sharing. As Parliament returned in Ottawa, the Governor General Julie Payette read out the throne speech of Canada’s 43rd government on Thursday. The throne speech was grouped under four themes: fighting climate change, strengthening the middle class, Indigenous reconciliation, keeping Canadians safe and healthy and positioning Canada for success in an uncertain world.

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The Very First Italian Descent Anthony Rota is Speaker

Anthony Rota, the very first speaker of the Italian decent, Ontario Liberals’, who represents Nipissing-Timiskaming has been elected the Speaker of Canada’s House of Commons. Anthony Rota who also served as assistant deputy Speaker in the last Parliament also was elected as the Speaker of the five nominations, Geoff Regan, Joël Godin, Carol Hughes and Bruce Stanton.

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US–China Strategic Competition: The Quest for Global Technological Leadership

President Trump has raised a number of issues regarding trade with China – including the US’s trade deficit with China and the naming of China as a currency manipulator. But at the heart of the ongoing tariff escalation are China’s policies and practices regarding forced technology transfer, intellectual property theft and non-market distortions. As China’s international influence has expanded it has always been unlikely that Beijing would continue to accept existing global standards and institutions established and widely practised by developed countries based on ‘the Washington Consensus’.

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Premiers United, Call for Federal Partnership and Action

Premiers and territorial leaders met in the Greater Toronto Area on Monday to try to come to a consensus over key federal issues. Canada’s Premiers said they were united in their commitment to work together for the benefit of all Canadians. They came together today in unprecedented fashion to discuss challenges and opportunities facing the […]

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Pakistan: Tension Over Extension

This past week, Pakistan saw an unprecedented civil-military and political turmoil as the Pakistan’s superior courts questioned the legality of the decision by the government for granting a three-year extension to General Qamar Javed Bajwa, the Pakistan Army chief, who was to retire at the end of November 2019. For now, the courts have suspended the extension and have granted the General a six-month relief. The judiciary has thrown the ball in the court of the parliament and have asked them to constitutionally legislate this matter in the parliament within the stipulated time period, as until now, there was no clear legal provision for giving out such extensions in the tenures of Pakistani military chiefs.

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