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Jammu and Kashmir will host the third tourism working group meeting of G20 countries in capital Srinagar from today amid
Wrestling Federation of India chief and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has given a positive response to the call
China has opposed the holding of a G20 meeting in Kashmir, while Turkey and Saudi Arabia have not registered for
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday announced to withdraw Rs 2000 note from circulation. The notes will continue to
After long deliberations, Karnataka Congress Chief, DK Shivakumar, has reluctantly accepted to take up the Deputy Chief Minister's role following former
The suspense over the next Karnataka Chief Minister continues days after the Congress received a clear mandate in the assembly


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National Elections In Pakistan In October This Year May Not Ensure Stability

By Tirthankar Mitra Pakistan seems to be teetering on the edge of an abyss of crisis with none its political parties offering a policy prescription of course correction. Uncertainties abound even as industrial sector contraction is likely to rise, former prime minister Imran Khan despite being bogged down in...

Jun 6 · >

United States-China Rivalry In Space Leading To A Big Technology War

By Girish Linganna The intensifying rivalry between the United States and China in the realm of space has become a significant challenge as the world enters a new era where space is seen as an essential battleground. Global leaders are increasingly concerned about China’s rapid advancements in space capabilities,...

Jun 6 · >

The Conundrum Of Constitutional Morality: Delhi’s Chief Minister Versus LG

By Lt Gen. Bhopinder Singh Former President K.R. Narayanan made power good by remaining true to the Constitution, and above everything, to constitutional morality. Even the longest-written Constitution in the world, i.e., Bharatiya Samvidhan (Indian Constitution) relies on the ‘executive’ to interpret actions as underpinned by the morality whose...

Jun 6 · >

AMLO’s Party Wins In Mexico’s Most Populous State For The First Time

By Roger McKenzie Mexico’s most populous state turned its back on decades of single-party rule, deciding to move forward with President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s ruling Morena party over the long-dominant Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). Results from electoral authorities on Sunday night indicated a victory for Delfina Gomez in...

Jun 6 · >

More Russian Oil Is Making Backdoor Entry Into NATO Nations Via Saudi Arabia, UAE

By Nantoo Banerjee The cat is out of the bag. India is not the only country using imported Russian oil to export processed petro-products. West Asian oil giants, led by Saudi Arabia, are buying millions of barrels of Russian diesel oil, which is banned in Europe, to sell the...

Jun 5 · >

Questions Galore About BRS Decision Not To Join Crucial Opposition Conclave

By Sushil Kutty Sulking is common to non-BJP Chief Ministers. And opposition unity suffers. Right now the tribe of non-BJP Chief Ministers sees opportunity in Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s problems. The Modi government’s ordinance upturning the Supreme Court’s verdict that gave Delhi’s AAP government control over “services” is...

Jun 5 · >

Secure Railway System To Prevent Balasore Like Deadly Accidents

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Only few years ago, the Union Minister of Railways had claimed in the Parliament of India that they made railway journey safe, though the trains were running late in the country. The claim had come in reply to a question as to why trains were...

Jun 5 · >

Opposition Is Looking Confident Of Defeating RSS-BJP Combine In 2024

By Arun Srivastava For nine long years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been dictating political actions in India, but the expected opposition meet will not only redefine the nature of the political discourse of the country, but would set a completely new political narrative, engineering a different political activism...

Jun 5 · >

More Jitters For Narendra Modi-Led BJP Before 2024 Polls

By S. Sethuraman The worst rail disaster in a century, so far claiming 275 lives, in triangular derailments in Orissa, is so perplexing even for a technology-minded Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw, that the cause gets shifted from signal system failures to ultimately sabotage CBI would probe. A shocked and...

Jun 5 · >

Uptick In Q4 GDP Growth Is Positive But Challenges Remain In Current Fiscal

By K R Sudhaman There is jubilation in Indian government as uptick in last quarter lifted India’s GDP growth in fiscal 2023 to 7.2 per cent belying expectations of less than 7 per cent growth this year. After slowing GDP growth of 4.5 per cent in third quarter, there...

Jun 5 · >