The Times of India (New Delhi edition) : 2019-02-11

TIMES GLOBAL : 14 : 14

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TIMES GLOBAL IT’S ALL RIGHT TO HESITATE IF YOU THEN GO AHEAD — BERTOLT BRECHT THE TIMES OF INDIA, NEW DELHI | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2019 ACTOR CHRIS HEMSWORTH TO LAUNCH FITNESS APP TO CONNECT USERS WITH HEALTH EXPERTS KATE WINSLET STAYED BREATHLESS UNDER WATER FOR 7 MINS WHILE FILMING ‘AVATAR’ SEQUEL, SAYS DIRECTOR The worst thing that can happen for society is that you keep postponing reforms because of the fear that you would have opposition, the vested interests stand up and you don’t do reforms IMRAN KHAN PAKISTAN PRIME MINISTER Geneva to ban religious symbols on public staffers Finn report admits troops helped kill Jews in WWII Residents of Geneva on Sunday voted for a controversial new “secularism law”, which will among other things ban elected officials and public employees from wearing visible religious symbols. More than 55% of voters in the Swiss canton backed the law, final results showed, despite warnings that it could lead to discrimination, particularly against Muslim women. Some critics think it might violate the constitution. Geneva Canton, which for centuries has been a centre of religious freedom and tolerance, has been striving to replace a law on the books since 1907. The new law’s stated ambition is to expand the dialogue between religious groups Geneva: and know they’re not supposed to be out of their enclosure, so got back in themselves”.

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