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India has refused to extend the visas of three journalists working for China’s state-run Xinhua news agency. Xinhua’s Delhi bureau chief Wu Qiang, Mumbai bureau chief Lu Tang and Mumbai-based correspondent, She Yonggang, have been asked to leave India by 31 July. The Wire reported that the government had reached the decision following “concerns” expressed by intelligence agencies.

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  • Changing the rules

    Rajesh dey, 21 July 2016

    Why the BCCI has taken this long to professionalise is beyond me? This is a good sign. But the one state rule cannot be applied in cricket. I agree w...

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  • Of love’s austere and lonely offices

    Anonymous, 26 May 2016

    Similar feelings similar story I too faced goons after student elections just because I was talking to my friend about how a bigot of our department h...

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  • Snapshots

    Urmila Sriskanda, 20 May 2016

    Great poems.

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