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Opposition Parties Could Not Meet Properly PM Challenge On New Parliament Building

By Sushil Kutty Prime Minister Narendra Modi bounced back from the brink and the opposition parties are together and singly to blame for the comeback. The Karnataka assembly election loss should have been the final nail as far as Modi was concerned, his Waterloo! But not three weeks later,...

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Congress Dithering Over Supporting AAP On Ordinance Is Height Of Stupidity

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Penny wise pound foolish, is a well-known adage, applied to someone trying to save a penny while remaining ignorant of greater loss in that event. The Congress dithering over supporting AAP led by Arvind Kejriwal and his government in Delhi against the Delhi ordinance brought...

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Bengal Congress Making Too Much Noise Over Sole MLA’s Defection To Trinamool

By Tirthankar Mitra Bairan Biswas, the lone Congress legislator from Sagardighi, Murshidabad, defecting to Trinamool Congress does not send a signal of unity in the coming days. The defection comes just ahead of a crucial meeting of Opposition parties at Patna to set the stage for an anti-BJP front...

May 30 · >

An Isolated Imran Khan On No-Fly List Is Not A Bad News For The Captain

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav Imran Khan, former prime minister of Pakistan, and his wife, Bushra Bibi, have been put on the no-fly list by the government. According to reports, at least 80 of his party leaders are on this list. It comes after his arrest on May 9, which...

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Massive Outreach Programme By BJP In Uttar Pradesh For 2024 Polls

By Pradeep Kapoor LUCKNOW: BJP has launched massive public outreach program from May 30 for a month in all the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies in view of the general elections next year. The public outreach programme is part of the national program of the party to celebrate nine years...

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Fresh Manipur Violence Exposes Failure Of Centre And BJP State Govt

By Ashis Biswas As a fresh spell of mob violence on the night of May 28 shattered the fragile truce between warring non tribal Meitei community and the Kuki tribe in Manipur, official policy failures at several areas could be readily spotted. First, the BJP-ruled state administration led by...

May 30 · >

India’s Triangular Relationship With Russia, China And The US Is Under Pressure

By Nantoo Banerjee India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has probably never faced such a situation as it is now to engage in a positive diplomacy with the world’s three warring super powers — the US, China and Russia. India is getting increasingly trapped in the international power tussle...

May 29 · >

New Parliament Symbolises Hindutva’s Aim To Return To Monarchy

By Arun Srivastava In one stroke, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed the basic character and image of India from being a symbol of pluralist, secular state having democratic, social, cultural and political ethics to a country exemplifying Brahminical culture and Hindutva ideals. Though India would continue to be...

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Rajasthan Politics Turning More Complex Before Assembly Polls

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Rajasthan politics is turning more complex with infighting within both the ruling Congress and the opposition BJP. Infighting in the Congress came into limelight more sharply than the BJP, because Congress leader Sachin Pilot had given ultimatum to launch statewide agitation against CM Ashok Gehlot...

May 29 · >

NITI Aayog Is Steadily Losing Its Relevance As An Useful Think Tank For Planning

By Sushil Kutty There was the Planning Commission, and there’s the NITI Aayog, supposedly a good enough name-swap. The Planning Commission became NITI Aayog in 2015, a year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi did his first flat-out ‘shastang pranam’ in Parliament, the old one. Today, nine years and a...

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