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Pakistan cricket great Abdul Razzaq triggered a huge controversy as he insulted Indian actress Aishwarya Rai while critcising the performance
Cracks are now more prominent in the Opposition's INDIA alliance with Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav questioning why the previous
Oberoi Hotels’ patriarch Prithvi Raj Singh Oberoi passed away on November 14 morning, leaving behind a legacy of impeccable hospitality.
The air quality in Delhi and nearby cities reached hazardous levels a day after Diwali with the widespread violation of
Delhi's air quality plummeted to the 'severe plus' category again, making the national capital the most polluted city in the
A day before Trinamool MP Mahua Moitra appears before the Lok Sabha's Ethics Committee, probing BJP MP Nishikant Dubey's "cash-for-query"



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COP28 Has Begun With First Major Milestone Generating Great Hope

By Dr. Gyan Pathak UN Climate Change Conference – United Arab Emirates (November 30 – December 12, 2023), popularly known as COP28, has begun with first major milestone on the day-one, by delivering a historic agreement that made the Fund operational, which was agreed upon during COP27 last year....

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BJP’s Grandiose Plans To Conquer South May Lie In Tatters After December 3

By Arun Srivastava If the exit polls on the five state assembly polls relating to Telangana are to be believed, the BJP’s grandiose plans to conquer South as envisaged by both the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Home Minister Amit Shah, will be in tatters after December 3....

Dec 1 · >

Congress High Command’s Rahul Project Depends On Dec 3 Results

By Rahil Nora Chopra The peoples verdict for the five state assembly elections will frame future political course of Rahul Gandhi. A win for Congress in these elections will direct the path for Rahul Gandhi’s political ascendance and recognition as the potent eligible and desired national leader. A win...

Dec 1 · >

Indian Economy Is On Growth Path But No Breakthrough In New Job Generation

By K R Sudhaman A hackneyed statement is made on the economy nowadays that is — India is in a bright or sweet spot, while many others tottering and more importantly the global economy is slowing down with geo-politics making the situation worse. It is true that Indian economy...

Dec 1 · >

Workers And Farmers Organised Three Day Agitation From November 26 To 28

By Satyaki Chakraborty The platform of Central Trade Unions — AITUC, INTUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF and UTUC and Independent Sectoral Federations/ Associations along with Samyukta Kisan Morcha has congratulated the workers and farmers for the successful Mahapadav for three days from November 26 to 28,...

Dec 1 · >

China Is Getting More Involved In Internal Fighting Between Rebels And Myanmar Junta

By Girish Linganna Three naval vessels from China have arrived in Myanmar to conduct joint exercises with the Myanmarese Navy, according to the country’s military leadership. This comes at a time when tensions over a border dispute have strained relations between Myanmar and China, considered Myanmar’s key ally; and...

Dec 1 · >

Soumyajit Majumdar’s Biopic Project On Parvathy Baul Is Going To Be A Tribute To A Great Music Tradition

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav After his debut film Homecoming’s success, Director Soumyajit Majumdar is currently working on Parvathy Baul’s biopic. Notably, the director has confirmed an actress from the Hindi film industry playing Parvathy’s character and is nearing the casting process’s finalization. The biopic promises to shed light on...

Dec 1 · >

Henry Kissinger Will Be Remembered For His Savage Diplomacy Resulting In Genocide In Vietnam, Chile

By Anjan Roy Henry Kissinger, former US secretary of state, who died on November 30 at 100, was so infuriated by Indira Gandhi pressing ahead with creation of Bangladesh and seeing his games foiled and defeated by an impoverished country, had called the “Indian bastards” in private, expressing his...

Nov 30 · >

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge Has Earned The Trust Of INDIA Bloc

By Sushil Kutty The release of a book on November 29 in New Delhi brought the focus back on the INDI-Alliance, which was seen to be losing its direction and purpose in recent weeks much to the chagrin of those who wanted to see the back of Prime Minister...

Nov 30 · >

Modi’s Design To Deny Education To His Favoured Electoral Base

By Arun Srivastava Any amount of money that is being spent on the Dalits and poor in the management of RSS-BJP’s political perception is a national waste. During the UPA era, the Sangh had used its might to try foil Dr Manmohan Singh’s move to get the Food Security...

Nov 30 · >