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Those who select Muslim women to run for office are against Islam and are weakening the religion, the chief cleric
The Gujarat government has told the Supreme Court that freedom of religion does not include the right to convert others,
A day after making controversial remarks on Hindus, All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal on Saturday expressed
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has formally informed Punjab Police about Goldy Brar, who allegedly coordinated singer Sidhu Moose
The Chhattisgarh assembly on Friday unanimously adopted two Bills to enhance the state's overall reservation to 76 per cent in jobs and
K Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, has been summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation

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BJP’s Big Victory In Gujarat Does Not Mean Any Sweep Of Narendra Modi In Lok Sabha Polls

By Nitya Chakraborty Prime Minister Narendra Modi has led the BJP to a massive victory in his home state Gujarat in the latest assembly elections. The Congress has faced its worst disaster in the state of Mahatma Gandhi in 2022 polls. Certainly, there are reasons for the BJP to...

Dec 9 · >

Finance Minister Must Focus On Speedy Job Generation Through 2023-24 Budget

By K R Sudhaman World Bank has revised upwards its earlier GDP growth estimate to 6.9 per cent for India this financial year on the back of strong macroeconomic fundamentals and economic revival after Covid-19 mayhem. This is certainly music to the ears as India is perhaps a few...

Dec 9 · >

Nepal Congress Led Coalition Is Set To Form Government After National Elections

By Sankar Ray Sixty-one per cent of 18 million voters of Republican Nepal reposed faith on the Himalayan state’s oldest social democratic party, Nepali Congress which won 57 of the 165 directly elected members of Nepali parliament, Pratinidhi Sabha.  The NC-led  five-party coalition and headed by the  Prime Minister...

Dec 9 · >

Congress Snatches Himachal From BJP’s Electoral Kitty

By Rahil Nora Chopra The Indian National Congress at last scored a decent electoral win this year. The Congress managed to pull Himachal Pradesh from under BJP’s nose, as it crossed the majority mark of 35 seats in the 68-member Assembly in the hill state. Himachal maintained its tradition...

Dec 9 · >

Organised Workers In Western Countries Are Fighting Fall In Living Standards

By Prabhat Patnaik A neo-liberal regime entails a spontaneous change in the balance of class power against the working class everywhere. This happens for a number of reasons. First, since capital becomes globally mobile while labour is not, such globally mobile capital gets an opportunity top it the working...

Dec 9 · >

Corporatisation Of Ordnance Factories By The Centre Is A Failure

By C. Srikumar Despite the opposition by the Defence Civilian Employees of 41 Ordnance Factories and also in violation of the previous agreements with the federations, taking advantage of Covid-19 Pandemic, the   Narendra Modi government took an unilateral decision to splinter the defence production industry with more than 220...

Dec 9 · >

Hypocrisy Of The Rich Countries Harming The Programme For Climate Change

By Prabir Purkayastha The crux of the issue is that non fossil, or even a low fossil fuel path, will need grid-level storage costs to drop by a factor of 10 times what they are today! If they don’t, then the grid supply will become unreliable, with cascading costs...

Dec 9 · >

India’s Heatwave Tragedy To Boost Cooling Business

By Dr. Gyan Pathak India’s heatwave tragedy may be devastating for common men and the ecology of several regions of the country, Modi government is yet to rise from its slumber to start framing of a comprehensive plan to deal with the likely devastation. Union Government has been treating...

Dec 9 · >

Congress Win In Himachal Is A Positive Signal For Other Hindi Speaking States

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Delhi Municipal Corporation polls results on December 7 and Vidhan Sabha election results of Himachal Pradesh on December 8 should enthuse Congress on several counts chief of which is the shadowing of electoral prospects of its prime rival BJP, which has performed well only in...

Dec 8 · >

BJP Has Got Big Victory In Gujarat But That’s All Due To Congress Lapses

By Sushil Kutty Gujarat for Bharatiya Janata Party. Himachal Pradesh went to Congress. Does that spell equal=equal, overall, neither party won, neither party lost? Delhi’s ‘Big Boss’ Aam Aadmi Party failed at both places. And that will rankle. One day right on top of the world, the other day,...

Dec 8 · >