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 French interior minister backs FBI in Apple battle

French interior minister backs FBI in Apple battle

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve voiced support Friday for President Barack Obama`s administration in its efforts to get Apple to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers

DNA: Why Kanhaiya's release is not an event of celebration-Part 2

Watch this special segment which shows analysis on those who enjoys sedition on the name of freedom, who provoke social disharmony and violence on the name of freedom of expression and do malicious politics.
To know more watch this full video.

DNA: Why Kanhaiya's release is not an event of celebration

Watch this special segment which shows analysis on those who enjoys sedition on the name of freedom, who provoke social disharmony and violence on the name of freedom of expression and do malicious politics.
To know more watch this full video.

Anti-national poster surfaces in JNU in support of Afzal Guru

One more Anti-national poster in JNU has come across with slogans of Afzal's Judicial killing and Kashmir's freedom.
To know more watch the full video.

For India to shine, people must decide without govt interference: Ratan Tata

For India to shine, people must decide without govt interference: Ratan Tata

In the midst of the growing debate on 'intolerance', industrialist Ratan Tata on Monday said freedom to decide what one has to do is the one thing that can make the nation shine and governments should have no role in telling people what to do.

Neither India nor Pakistan loves people of Kashmir Valley: Mustafa Kamal

Senior National Conference leader Mustafa Kamal on Saturday stoked a controversy saying Kashmir will be independent as neither India nor Pakistan loves the people of the Valley. "By heart, both of them do not treat us as their own. Neither India nor Pakistan loves us....

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Is India free in the true sense of the word?

In this episode Essel Group Chairman Dr Subhash Chandra speaks to 500 students about the true meaning of independence. Dr Chandra said that India is not truly independent even today.

What's freedom to TV stars?

What's freedom to TV stars?

 Freedom from "poisonous barbs" or a negative trait, are what some of the small screen actors are hoping for this Independence Day, which will be celebrated across the country on Saturday.

Independence Day special: Historic places that ignite nationalism

Independence Day special: Historic places that ignite nationalism

This 15 August, India will celebrate 69 years of independence. And to attain this freedom, many brave hearts sacrificed their lives, so that the future generation could live an independent life. We owe a lot to those who lived selfless lives to give us an independent nation and an identity.

All India Badtameez: Why all restrictions for daughters only?

 Most parents put a lot of restrictions on daughters often thinking the city is no longer safe for them.

Coaches are treated as 'marionettes' in Indian hockey: Jose Brasa

Coaches are treated as 'marionettes' in Indian hockey: Jose Brasa

Coaches in Indian hockey are treated as 'marionettes' and lack of of freedom and interference are the main reasons behind the controversial exits of foreign experts, feels former India coach Jose Brasa.

Freedom of speech and expression not an absolute right, says SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that though the freedom of speech and expression provided in constitution under the fundamental rights has to be given a broad canvas but it was not absolute right.

Fahad Hussayn at PSFW 2015: Freedom of choice to dress

 Sophisticated and elegant without any skin show -- that’s how most people describe Pakistan’s fashion. But designers of the country are trying hard to break the perception through their creations. Fahad Hussayn’s range ”Democrats Midsummer 2015”, showcased at the opening day of the eighth edition of the Pakistan Fashion Design Council Sunsilk Fashion Week (PSFW), was an effort to represent freedom of choice to dress as one desires.

Maverick freedom fighter and poet of romance

Disproving Percy Bysshe Shelley's description of poets as "unacknowledged legislators of the world", he combined his illustrious poetic career with membership of the Constituent Assembly that drafted free India's constitution.

Indiana religious freedom law triggers gay rights fury

Supporters of gay rights united in outrage Friday after the US state of Indiana adopted a law critics say would allow businesses to deny service to homosexuals on religious grounds.

Lala Lajpat Rai issue: Kiran Bedi should apologize to the nation, says Arvinder Singh Lovely

Congress leader Arvinder Singh Lovely urged Bedi to apologize for her action, terming it an 'insult to the entire nation'. "Kiran Bedi should apologize to the nation... Lala Lajpat Rai ji was against communalism and against the RSS ideology.

Freedom has prevailed: Rogen, Franco on 'The Interview' release

Freedom has prevailed: Rogen, Franco on 'The Interview' release

Actor Seth Rogen and co-star James Franco hailed Sony Entertainment's decision to finally go ahead with a limited release of their comedy film 'The Interview' this Christmas.

Gays wish for freedom from 'myopic mindset'

The setting Sunday sun in the heart of the capital was accompanied by a rainbow of a different kind. As the assertive and confident members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community took part in the Delhi gay parade, they all wished for freedom from the myopic mindset of society and acceptance of their existence.

In a free country media can take care of its freedom: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

In an independent country, media can can take care of its freedom and they keep monitoring on themselves, Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said on Friday.