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What has India achieved by this surgical strike?

What has India achieved by this surgical strike?

What is clear is that things will never be the same again in the subcontinent after Thursday's surgical strikes. We should aim for peace, but be prepared for all eventualities, including war.

Surgical strikes effect: Pakistan fears India may now eliminate terror chiefs, asks them to lie low, says report
Surgical strikes effect: Pakistan fears India may now eliminate terror chiefs, asks them to lie low, says report

A day after India carried out surgical strikes on terror launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, it has emerged that Pakistan has asked the chiefs of terrorist organisations operating from its territory to lie low for the time being.

‘Law-abiding’ Shahabuddin goes back to jail, but not before threatening CM Nitish Kumar’s political future
‘Law-abiding’ Shahabuddin goes back to jail, but not before threatening CM Nitish Kumar’s political future

The Supreme Court of India on Friday cancelled the bail of former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Mohammad Shahabuddin, who is facing criminal charges in around 50 cases.

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INDIA

Shiv Sena praises army strike, says 'crush the snake'
Shiv Sena praises army strike, says 'crush the snake'

Praising the Indian Army's surgical strikes on terror launch pads across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, the Shiv Sena on Friday said the next step is to "crush the (Pakistani) snake totally, so that it never raises its hood again against India".

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HEALTH

Neem plant shows hope for prostate cancer patients
Neem plant shows hope for prostate cancer patients

Oral administration of a compound derived from neem -- a medicinal plant native to the Indian sub-continent -- can significantly reduce the size of prostate tumour by up to 70 per cent as well as suppress its spread by half, a study led by an Indian-origin scientist has found.

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INSURANCE

LIC Employees Federation urges implementation of SC order
LIC Employees Federation urges implementation of SC order

The All India National Life Insurance Employees Federation has urged the management of the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) to immediately implement the Supreme Court order to pay 50 per cent back wages to temporary III and IV grade employees, who were asked to be regularised.

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