The Seventh Day Adventist Church's Hope Centre in Andhra Pradesh's Valluru village, which is allegedly built on land acquired through fraud | By special arrangement
The Seventh Day Adventist Church's Hope Centre in Andhra Pradesh's Valluru village, which is allegedly built on land acquired through fraud | By special arrangement
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‘Church committed land fraud in Andhra’, Canadian donors allege, fight to ‘repair damage’

Rita and Grant Corbett donated 1.5 million Canadian dollars to Seventh Day Adventist Church to build a school in Andhra. It was built on ‘prohibited land’, reports Manasi Phadke.

China has become a major exporter of armed drones, Pakistan is among its 11 customers

Defence experts say Chinese arms supplies, especially in India’s neighbourhood, should be a cause for concern, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

Indians have a new K in their lives. Not Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor but Korean culture factory

K-pop, K-dramas, K-beauty — 2020 became the year India embraced the soft power of Korea, writes Monami Gogoi.

WFH sees big city professionals realise the Goa dream — buy/rent property, move to the beach

Most people are buying or renting property near popular tourist destinations in Goa, like Anjuna and Vagator, giving a boost to the beach-state’s Covid-hit real estate business, reports Manasi Phadke.

Not signing RCEP could be one of Modi’s biggest blunders, ‘atmanirbhar’ an admission of defeat

It’s unrealistic to expect manufacturing to be 25% of India’s GDP by 2030. ‘Atmanirbhar’ concept is Nehruvian, and India’s competitiveness has to be improved, writes T.N. Ninan.

55% of Modi govt’s top secretaries have science background, about half of them IITians

Of 84 secretaries at top of civil service, 46 are science graduates, 28 are engineers, and 22 are from 4 IITs — Kanpur, Delhi, Madras, Bombay, reports Soniya Agrawal.

Shambles over farmers’ protest shows Modi-Shah BJP needs a Punjab tutorial

Modi-Shah BJP has tended to patronise Punjab and Sikhs, instead of being a respectful partner. Its strategy to tackle the farm laws crisis has given Sikhs the good fight they love, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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