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Hypersonic Glide Vehicle Launch Puts China One Step Ahead Of USA In Military Balance

By Anjan Roy China has upended the global strategic and military balance with two launches of its hypersonic glide vehicles in course of two months this year. The reports about the successful launch of these vehicles had jolted America and its entire military top hierarchy out of a slumber...

Oct 25 · >

Job Crisis Forces Modi Govt To Set Up Panel On New Employment Policy

By Satyaki Chakraborty The burgeoning employment crisis in the country has forced the Narendra Modi Government to think of framing a new employment policy for ensuring maximum generation of jobs in the coming decade and accordingly a panel is shortly going to be set up. The panel will take...

Oct 25 · >

Bizarre Twists And Turns Of Aryan Khan’s Narcotics In Cruise Case

By Sushil Kutty The Aryan Khan Cruise Case is getting curiouser and curiouser. So much so, Sherlock Holmes would have given up in disgust, maybe inclined to jump off a cliff descending to a rocky bottom where the breakers strike with ear-splitting raucous. Meanwhile, the “Wounded and wronged Prince”...

Oct 25 · >

BJP And Samajwadi Party Working On Alliances Before Uttar Pradesh Polls

By Pradeep Kapoor LUCKNOW: Major political parties of Uttar Pradesh are looking for alliance partners to enlarge their area of influence to achieve success in the coming state assembly elections in February/March 2022. Ruling BJP is working very hard with the support of the entire Sangh Parivar to retain...

Oct 25 · >

Christians In India Are Worried As Attacks By Hindutva Groups Increase

By Shreyasi Singh There has been a continuous increase in violence committed against Christians by Hindutva groups, which have largely been unnoticed in the media. On October 21, the Association for the Protection of Civil Rights, United Against Hate, and United Christian Forum jointly released a fact-finding report highlighting...

Oct 25 · >

Sonia Gandhi Has Established Firm Family Hegemony On Congress Party

By Harihar Swarup “I am a full-time and hands-on Congress president,” snapped Sonia Gandhi at  October 16  CWC meeting and sent out an unambiguous message: On the question of Congress leadership there is no challenging the Gandhi family. Sonia has always been the keeper of the Nehru-Gandhi family flame,...

Oct 23 · >

Vaccination Feat An Eye-Opener To The Power Of Inclusive Policies

By K Raveendran  Prime Minister Narendra Modi cannot be more right that the feat of 1 billion vaccinations is a symbol of national unity and strength. There have been no hues to the vaccination drive: no saffron, no green, no red. There was no caste, no religion either. It...

Oct 23 · >

India Needs Urgent Action Against Forced Labour

By Dr. Gyan Pathak  A joint statement by G7 Trade Ministers has signalled that they are going to harden their stand to eradicate use of all forms of forced labour in global supply chains, including state-sponsored forced labour of vulnerable groups and minorities, including in the agricultural, solar, and...

Oct 23 · >

Protesting Farmers Need To Keep Their Ranks United To Fight For Their Demands

By Sushil Kutty India’s ‘praja’ is apportioned in two camps, both hating the guts of the other. There’s the ‘left’, and there’s the ‘right’ with the Congress supporters shifting toward the left from the no longer coveted centre. In the last 11 months, however, there is a third camp...

Oct 23 · >