Good Evening dear reader! Here’s a gist of the top trending pieces on Swarajya today.
The Rohingya make the arduous journey from beyond India’s eastern border, all the way to Jammu to start a new life. They appear to have it relatively easy in trying to build a life here, surprisingly, but find no favour among the local people and authorities, who see a sinister plot at work. Swati Goel Sharma reports from Jammu.
On the best practices followed by various states as the Modi government gets ready to launch its National Health Programme. As Modicare becomes the buzzword, Swati Kamal examines earlier health schemes in India.
Saddled with an onerous title, Pakistani Hindus living in a Delhi camp are viewed with suspicion, yet nothing has cowed them down as they patiently wait for their Indian citizenship.
Our goal should be to get some of Asia’s biggest companies and some from the rest of the world with a large India presence to list on Indian exchanges. It is time to end second-class status for our domestic markets.
As part of our heritage programme, we are engaging our top minds to bring the best to you on India's glorious heritage. A quick update on where we stand right now, our future plans and how you can pitch in.
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