IPA Special

BJP State Governments Have Started Communal Cleansing Of Educational Institutions

By Prakash Karat What has happened in the Government New Law College in Indore and some other places is a disturbing pointer as to how the deep communalisation and polarisation in society is now affecting the educational system. The worst incident has taken place in the Government New Law...

Dec 8 · >

Agriculture Is Contributing In A Big Way To India’s Employment Growth

By Krishna Jha Driven by good performance compared to other sectors during the pandemic, agriculture has absorbed an additional 11 million workers over the last three years while the rest of the economy lost 15 million jobs, said the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). Jobs apart, the question...

Dec 8 · >

Jagdeep Dhankar Is Carrying Out Modi’s Mission To Have Pliant Judiciary

By Arun Srivastava A person like Jagdeep Dhankar, holding the coveted office of the Vice President of India, launching vitriolic against the Supreme Court on the issue of appointment of judges, even while the Law Minister Kiren Rijiju in all sincerity has already been carrying on the mission to...

Dec 8 · >

India Govt Must Come Out Early With A Definite Policy On Crypto Currency

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) has revealed that it has tracked nearly 3,300 crypto accounts from April to November 2022 for illegal activities such as wildlife smuggling, drug trade, money laundering, and funding social unrest. The total illegal transaction through these accounts amounted to nearly...

Dec 8 · >

AAP’s Big Win In Delhi Municipal Poll Gives A Boost To Its National Ambitions

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Delhi Municipal Corporation  poll results have further brightened the  stature  of  rising political star – Arvind Kejriwal, which has unnerved not only the BJP, but also shadows its national prospects and  may lead  to  some churning  before  the 2024 Lok Sabha polls Unsettling of BJP...

Dec 7 · >

India Leads World Gold Jewellery Demand Recovery After Covid Blues

By K Raveendran India is leading a global recovery in gold jewellery. This is despite the fact that gold prices have hit a five-month high. The demand engine is driven by urban consumers, encouraged by a return to pre-covid levels of economic activity. Rural consumers were more cautious as...

Dec 7 · >

Bengal BJP Not In A Position To Man Fully All Booths In 2023 Rural Polls

By Tirthankar Mitra With panchayat elections inching closer, West Bengal unit of Bharatiya Janata Party received a wakeup call. For all the sound and fury spouted by the state saffron camp leaders, the organisational strength of the state BJP is nowhere in a state to give ruling Trinamool Congress...

Dec 7 · >

Light At The End Of Kerala’s Vizhinjam Tunnel At Long Last

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is light, at long last, at the end of the Vizhinjam tunnel. The peace agreement between the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government and the Latin Church which spearheads the anti-seaport agitation has come as a big relief for the Government. But the Government cannot...

Dec 7 · >

Neeraj Chopra, India’s First Gold Medalist Athlete Is An Icon In His State

By Harihar Swarup After he won independent India’s first athletics gold at the Olympics, Neeraj Chopra went home and put on 12kg. His coach, was miffed, but he knew his pupil would shed the kilos. Neeraj Chopra is not the one to rest on his laurels, of which there...

Dec 7 · >

Qatar’s S World Cup Success Punctures FIFA’s Political Fantasy

By James M Dorsey If the Qatar World Cup proved anything, it’s that sports and politics are inseparable Siamese twins joined at the hip. Politics popped up at every twist of the World Cup’s road, whether related to the right of freedom of expression of players, sports commentators and...

Dec 7 · >