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What is the use of an individual winning if the nation loses as a result?

When I visited Salem, India in August last year, I said that Malaysia seemed to be trapped in an extraordinary situation which, if not addressed, will only lead to greater division and disunity, stagnation and failure to leverage on the

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India’s Supreme Court- Kashmir internet shutdown unconstitutional

India’s Supreme Court said today that shutting down the internet in the disputed region of Kashmir was unconstitutional, in a rebuke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government. The government imposed a communications lockdown in August after it withdrew the Muslim

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India grants diplomats access to restive Kashmir for the first time in months

Foreign diplomats visited India-ruled Kashmir today for the first time since New Delhi stripped the region of special status in August, although some European nations and others declined the invite after being refused permission to travel independently. India’s portion of

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India issues travel warning on Iraq after Iran attacks

India today issued a travel warning asking its citizens to avoid “non-essential” travel to Iraq, hours after Iran launched missile attacks on US-led forces in Iraq. Iran’s attack came in retaliation for a US drone strike on an Iranian commander

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Three Malaysian injured in road accident in India

PUCHONG: Three Malaysian vacationing in India were injured in a traffic accident in the country. In a statement today, Wisma Putra said the three were injured when they were on the way to Karachi on Dec 26. “One of them

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India tightens security for protests after Friday prayers

Indian authorities stepped up security in major cities today and mobile data services were suspended in some places ahead of protests against a new citizenship law. At least 25 people have been killed in protests across the country since the

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Singapore police probe Indian for alleged Modi citizenship law protest

Singapore police are investigating an Indian national for allegedly being involved in a public protest against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s controversial citizenship law. Unauthorized public assemblies and protests over political situations in other countries are banned in Singapore. Hundreds

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Hundreds arrested in India during days of protests over citizenship law

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: More than 1,500 protesters have been arrested across India in the past 10 days, officials said, as police try to quell sometimes violent demonstrations against a citizenship law that critics say undermines the country’s secular constitution. Additionally, officials

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Wisma Putra issues travel advisory for M’sians going to India amid violent protests

PUCHONG: The Malaysian government yesterday urged its citizens to exercise “high degree of caution” while travelling to India, which has witnessed widespread violent protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Last week, the US, the UK, Singapore, Canada, and Israel

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‘Night of horrors’: Inside the Indian university stormed by police

As dusk fell on Sunday, police smashed their way into the main library of New Delhi’s Jamia Millia University, firing tear gas shells as scores of terrified students barricaded doors and hid inside bathrooms to protect themselves. Video footage shot

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