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Will Rahul Gandhi Take Up ‘Leader Of Opposition’ Role In Parliament?

By Rahil Nora Chopra With the INDIA bloc parties showing an increase in the 18th Lok Sabha numbers, the lower house is geared to receive an official Leader of the Opposition (LoP) after ten long years. The opposition leaders also aspire that a Deputy Speaker would be elected soon,...

Jun 21 · >

President Putin Interested In Improving Relations With ASEAN Through Vietnam

By Girish Linganna After visiting North Korea, Russian President Vladimir Putin went to Vietnam. This makes Vietnam the only country to have hosted state visits from the leaders of China, the U.S., and Russia—the world’s three biggest military powers—in the past year. On Thursday 20th June afternoon, Russian President...

Jun 21 · >

Finance Ministry’s Decision To Impose A Fine On Binance Is A Step In Right Direction

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav In a decision that could set a precedent in the Indian financial sector, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) under the Ministry of Finance has fined global crypto exchange Binance a hefty Rs 18.82 core (approximately $2.2 million) for not adhering to anti-money laundering laws while...

Jun 21 · >

New Military Axis: Russia Joins Hands With Iran, North Korea, And China

By Girish Linganna Russia is now working more closely with Iran, North Korea, and China, sharing sensitive technology that could pose a threat to the United States. and its allies even after the Ukraine war ends, say American defense and intelligence officials. The rapid growth and strength of security...

Jun 21 · >

Priyanka Gandhi’s Debut From Wayanad Is A New Signal For Congress

By Sushil Kutty Raebareli will remain Gandhi family bastion so long as Rahul Gandhi is keen on continuing in politics. So long live Rahul Gandhi, long live the dynasty. That being said, Wayanad is the new go-to parliamentary constituency for the Gandhi family. Amethi lost its sheen for the...

Jun 21 · >

EU Parliament Elections – Far-Right Gains Leave The Left Guessing

By P. Sudhir Elections to the European Parliament held on June 9, saw the emergence of far-right parties as a significant force. Many of these parties are pro-capital, against immigration and also climate skeptics. In a globalised world these results are ominous. The centre-right Conservative group, European People’s Party...

Jun 21 · >

BJP-Ruled States Are Epicentres Of NEET Paper Leak Scam

By Krishna Jha There is a clear direct connection of the Ministry of Education in the NEET exam paper leak. The Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan is not ready to resign. The matter has already reached the Supreme Court. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for 2024...

Jun 21 · >

U.S. Policy Makers Are Refusing To See Global Diffusion Of Production

By Prabhat Patnaik There has been a significant diffusion of production occurring in the world economy. Many call this phenomenon a shift from a US-led world economy to a “multipolar world economy”, but no matter what one thinks of this description, the fact of diffusion is indubitable. In 1994...

Jun 21 · >

French Left Unites To Block Fascism Under A New Popular Front

By C.J. Atkins The French far-right is on the march, hoping to repeat its recent European Union election success in national polling at the end of this month. But the parties of the left and center-left have declared they won’t just sit back and let that happen. They’ve united...

Jun 21 · >

Musk’s Rocket Science Is No Good For India’s Voting Machines

By K Raveendran The opponents of EVMs in India seem to have found a new poster boy in Elon Musk, touting his views on eliminating EVMs as a rallying cry. But the anti-EVM campaigners would do well to ponder if they are barking up the wrong tree? Elon Musk,...

Jun 19 · >