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CPI And CPI(M) Have To Focus Most On Improving Lok Sabha Tally From Kerala

By Nitya Chakraborty The stage is set for the holding of the Lok Sabha elections in April/May this year. The two Left parties CPI and the CPI(M) which played a major role in the formation of the Congress led UPA government after the Lok Sabha polls in 2004, are...

Feb 28 · >

Cross-Voting In Tuesday’s Rajya Sabha Election Is Ominous For INDIA Bloc

By Dr. Gyan Pathak No action can be taken against legislators under the anti-defection law or the 10th Schedule of the Constitution of India for cross-voting in Rajya Sabha elections. It made MLAs to cross-vote on as many as 15 Rajya Sabha seats during the elections held on February...

Feb 28 · >

BJP May Have Made Tactical Mistake To Drive Congress, AAP To A Point Of Breakdown

By K Raveendran The BJP may have made a tactical mistake in driving both AAP in the Delhi excise policy scam and Congress in the income tax imbroglio to the point of breakdown so that the two parties have no mojo left to stick to their respective positions with...

Feb 28 · >

Talking Of Deployment Of NATO Forces In Ukraine War Is Preposterous

By Ben Chacko The world took a step closer to global war this week with President Emmanuel Macron’s public speculation about deploying NATO forces to fight Russia in Ukraine. The French leader made it clear that there was, unsurprisingly, no consensus or agreement on the matter. But even raising...

Feb 28 · >

Bitcoin Closing In On $60,000 As Cryptocurrency Market Is Booming

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav As we go about our lives with mundane affairs, Bitcoin (BTC) is on the fire. Well, hold your breath! BTC is only a few hundred away dollars from the $60,000 milestone. At the time of writing, BTC is trading at $59,258.65 — that is, 5.22%...

Feb 28 · >

The Battle Between Two Oldies In U.S. Presidential Campaign Is Getting Funnier

By Sushil Kutty One is old, the other is older. But while President Joe Biden is being given the benefit of doubt of being a victim of the ‘gratuitous’, both are also being told every next day that their age is a factor in the American presidential stakes this...

Feb 28 · >

Dramatic Shift Seen In Bangladesh’s Post-Poll Relations With United States

By M. A. Hossain A dramatic shift in the United States’ stance is being observed after the January 7 general election in Bangladesh. The Biden administration consistently stressed the commencement of a free, fair, and participatory election throughout the electoral process. Since then, the dynamics of bilateral relations have...

Feb 28 · >

Transmission Through Satellites Is Emerging As A Major Alternative

By Girish Linganna Information transmission isn’t confined to just cables; it also traverses through the air and space. This method offers robustness in scenarios where cables might malfunction and ensures connectivity to remote locations that are difficult to link. For regions of the world that are challenging to connect,...

Feb 28 · >

How To Bring Down BJP’s Present Lok Sabha Seats To 220 In 2024 Lok Sabha Polls?

By Nitya Chakraborty For the opposition INDIA bloc, after a chilling two months of despair and political setbacks following the desertion of Nitish Kumar led JD(U) and Jayant Choudhury led RLD to NDA, the last seven days of February have brought new optimism in the INDIA ranks. The period...

Feb 27 · >

Claim That Poverty Has Gone Down Below 5 Per Cent In India Is Wrong

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Just after publication of Household Consumption Expenditure Survey(HCES: 2022-23) by Nation Sample Survey Office (NSSO), politics on poverty has been initiated on behalf of PM Narendra Modi on the eve of Lok Sabha election 2024 by the top official of the government think tank NITI...

Feb 27 · >