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The Supreme Court has struck down Modi government’s electoral bond scheme, saying citizens have the right to information about the
The Union government will hold a meeting with farmers in Chandigarh on Thursday and the protestors will remain peaceful and
Protesting farmers will soon resume their march towards Delhi after a night halt. A fresh attempt will be made to
In a surprise development, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz on Tuesday nominated its president Shehbaz Sharif as the prime ministerial candidate of
Protesting farmers from Punjab are bent on marching to Delhi today as the Union ministers' five-plus-hour meeting with them remained
Violence in Uttarakhand's Haldwani while officials were demolishing an illegal mosque and madrasa resulted in the deaths of 4 people.



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Seat Sharing Talks Between INDIA Bloc Constituents Is Finally Going Well

By Kalyani Shankar The doomsayers had predicted the seat sharing between the partners of the I.N.D.I. A coalition would fail, but they had progressed slowly. The alliance was gradually shaping in some states like Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Maharashtra. The coalition is striving hard to put...

Feb 27 · >

Rahul Gandhi Is Focusing On Caste Census As A Major Plank Of INDIA Campaign

By Sushil Kutty Congress spearhead and INDI-Alliance’s only hope Rahul Gandhi’s hoarse voice is what’s giving hope to those praying Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not get a third term. The Wayanad MP is asking people lining up to receive his Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra and listening to his...

Feb 27 · >

India Can’t Afford Government’s Coercive Policies Against Critical Media

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav The internet has many reports from all around the world proclaiming that journalism is dying or the business of journalism is dying. Those who are part of this industry already know the truth. For several years, journalists stopped getting promotions as newspapers would just do...

Feb 27 · >

Europe Facing A Big Dilemma Over Its Strategic Relationship With Russia

By Girish Linganna After the completion of two years of Russia-Ukraine war, Europe is facing a series of strategic issues concerning its relationship with Russia under President Putin. America is becoming less dependable and Europe is not adequately prepared. The problem is clear, but a solution on such a...

Feb 27 · >

Kumar Shahani Was An Uncompromising Film Maker Pursuing His Own Aesthetics

By Tirthankar Mitra Does austerity match with aesthetics? Art house cinema icon, Kumar Shahani who passed away on Sundayattheageof83placed these two unlikely attributes side by side in his works in celluloid. It was no square peg in round whole existence. A look at the films he directed underscored the...

Feb 27 · >

Non-Tariff Import Barriers May Be Used As A Weapon To Protect National Security

By Nantoo Banerjee India’s defence secretary Giridhar Armane’s outburst at the INDUS-X defence summit against China, last week, on the continuing troop face-offs in the Ladakh region exposed, if anything, the ministry’s frustration in dealing with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The...

Feb 26 · >

BSP Is Facing An Existential Crisis Before 2024 Lok Sabha Elections

By Sushil Kutty Bahujan Samaj Party is like the sinking ship in countless high seas stories. Should anybody be bothered? BSP Supremo ‘Behan’ Mayawati gives the impression she doesn’t see the BSP floundering. If Bahujan Samaj Party MPs are leaving the BSP, that is because they might not get...

Feb 26 · >

Emboldened INDIA Bloc Raring To Take Saffron Brigade Head On

By Arun Srivastava While Rahul Gandhi, joined by his sister Priyanka Gandhi, resumed Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra from Moradabad on February 25, TV news channels and even some YouTubers were articulating their anxiety on whether Rahul would turn the massive mass upsurge which had flooded the streets and lanes...

Feb 26 · >

Tamil Nadu May Witness Three Cornered Contest In Lok Sabha Elections

By K R Sudhaman It is not yet a done deal with regard to political alliances in Tamil Nadu for the 2024 Lok sabha elections. As the saying goes there are no permanent friends and no permanent enemies in politics. In Tamil Nadu, politics revolves round two Dravidian parties...

Feb 26 · >

Formal Job Generation In India Hit Hard In Last 10 Years

By Dr. Gyan Pathak The latest EPFO data released last week shows that formal job generation in India has been a casualty since 2018-19 when new EPF subscribers joining the EPF were 13.94 million but had fallen to13.85 million in the year 2022-23. During this period there were great...

Feb 26 · >