The Indian railways' network is one of the largest in the world and the second largest in Asia, next only to China. To put things into perspective, India is the seventh largest country in the world, a third the physical size of its neighbour, China. The Indian Railways is entirely owned by the Government of India and is operated by the Ministry of Railways. It operates several hundred Express,

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has raised 11 billion Indian rupees (Rs), about $169 million, from a new issue of offshore Indian rupee-linked bonds.

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As it was facing the threat of extinction following the rout in the local polls in Delhi state which it rules, Delhi's ruling party Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has won a by-election for the Bawana seat by a big 24,000 votes, leaving behind the real threat BJP and the Congress, which had hoped to enter the Delhi assembly as it ran neck and neck with AAP in the early rounds of counting.

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The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) has emerged as the new destination for the global peace and development (GPDP) and bound to create a new space wedded to the idea of global sovereign equality (GSE) enshrined in Article 4 of the UN Charter.

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The new Afghan Policy announced by President of United States, Donald Trump has criticized Pakistan to ‘do more’ in War on Terror with a threat to cut financial aid, and resulted in intense debate among the political circles around the world. Amid the new economic and political opportunities in the international arena, Pakistan doesn’t seem to be convinced by the U.S. criticism.

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Today most governments are increasingly intolerant of the public criticism of their misgovernance, deception and corruption. The critics are attacked and even jailed - India claiming to be the largest secular democracy in the world suffers badly on that count.

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It is a radar system that uses the motion of the vehicle (such as a spacecraft) carrying it to simulate a system having a much larger antenna area and that is used to obtain high-resolution images of a surface (as of a planet).

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The mass shooting at Las Vegas on October 01, the most gruesome and deadliest of all mass shootings in US history, segued, predictably, into a debate about gun control. Liberal/leftist entities renewed their chants for increased gun control citing the rampage that results due to lax gun ownership legislation, while pro-gun-rights activists rallied behind the claim that firearms in the hands of law-abiding citizens save lives and that such incidents are extreme outliers.

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