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Haridwar Hate Call Was The Culmination Of RSS Propaganda Offensive

By Krishna Jha A public interest plea filed by Justice Anjana Prakash, formerly of the Patna High Court and senior journalist Qurban Ali has been accepted by the Supreme Court for hearing. It is against the hate speeches at the Haridwar Dharma Sansad held on December 17 and again...

Jan 14 · >

Prime Minister’s Security Lapse Issue Is Leading To Bizarre Reactions

By Sushil Kutty Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Channi is okay with the Supreme Court setting up a five-member panel to go into the breach of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security. Channi spoke to Modi one-on-one and wished Modi a long life till the end of time—and then hoped that...

Jan 14 · >

Distorting And Rewriting History Of Our Glorious Freedom Struggle

By Sitaram Yechury On January 11, the Press Information Bureau (PIB) released an announcement by the ministry of information and broadcasting regarding the observance of the 75th anniversary of India’s independence – Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.  This is a clear expression of the intention of this Modi government to...

Jan 13 · >

Poll Battle In Manipur Intensifies As BJP Is Desperate To Retain The State

By Sagarneel Sinha Along with the elections of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Punjab, elections would be held in the north-eastern state of Manipur. The elections would be held in two phases — February 27 and March 3. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has been aiming to return to...

Jan 13 · >

BJP Is On A Fast Declining Mode In Bengal After Last Assembly Polls

By Ashis Biswas Post 2021 state Assembly elections In West Bengal, the main opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is facing an existential crisis. Four major factors have hamstrung the state party’s post-election functioning :these are, (a) a continuing exodus of leadership aspirants/supporters to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC);...

Jan 13 · >

Rejuvenated Chilean Communist Party Preparing For Congress In April This Year

By Satyaki Chakraborty Chilean Communist Party which is an important part of the coalition headed by the newly elected president Gabriel Boric is holding its next party congress in April this year amidst great expectations among the Chilean people about the transformation of the Chilean economy and society as...

Jan 13 · >

Indian Agriculture Might Be Getting Some Benefits From Covid Pandemic

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav The Covid-19 pandemic seems to have done some good to the Indian farm sector. After a government estimate put the food grain production during 2021-22 to be 10 per cent higher than the previous year, the latest figure suggests that tractor production in 2021 has...

Jan 13 · >

Formulating An Innovative Foreign Trade Policy Is Imperative Now

By Subrata Majumder Till now, the main aim of Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) of India has been increase of exports through fiscal incentives and remission of duties. Given the unprecedented structural changes in global trade, the new FTP is likely to focus on FTA (Free Trade Agreement) as a...

Jan 13 · >

Supreme Court Delivers A Strong Message Against Hate Speeches

By K Raveendran At a time when the Supreme Court is slapping hefty fines for bringing public interest litigations that it sees as attempts to trivialise court proceedings, the decision by a bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana, and comprising Justice Surya Kant and Justice Hima Kohli to...

Jan 12 · >

Centre Has To Update Vaccines And Follow Preventive Measures

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Omicron spread across the world has made the world understand: that vaccines alone do not prevent the spread of COVID-19; that people need to follow the five major recommendations – wearing well-fitted masks, safe distancing, avoiding crowds, cleaning hands, and opening windows; that the currently...

Jan 12 · >