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Scrimping PM Modi, Rail Minister Left Railways Vulnerable To Accidents

By Tirthankar Mitra The deaths of 10 persons in a collision between the Sealdah-bound Kanchenjunga Express and a goods train raises important questions about railway safety, accountability, policy priorities and more. Are we always learning by accident? This accident in West Bengal’s Darjeeling district has registered the highest death...

Jun 19 · >

Karnataka Congress Leaders’ Infighting Makes Common People Suffer

By Arun Srivastava A senior faculty of a reputed educational institution in Karnataka wrote on her X handle: “MK enjoy Karnataka, First power cuts, water shortage and now……”. She further wrote: “I wish I could somehow not give my share of income tax”. Undoubtedly, this manifested disenchantment of the...

Jun 19 · >

Potato, Batata, Aloo: Production, Management Of A Beloved Veggie

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav On May 30 this year, the first International Day of Potato was observed. While India is the second largest potato producer after China, the historic event failed to create any awareness among the Indian people about its importance. Potato is the third most important crop...

Jun 19 · >

Odisha’s Tribal CM Mohan Manjhi Made It To The Top With Friends In High Places

By Harihar Swarup Caste does not matter much in Odisha politics. But it seems the BJP is up to experimenting with it, as it chose a tribal face as its first Chief Minister in the state over more familiar — Mohan Charan Manjhi, a four–time legislator from Keonjhar district,...

Jun 19 · >

Israel’s Fall From High Moral Ground To The Indictment By ICJ

By James M Dorsey Israeli military triumphs and exploits often produce battlefield victories that fail to garner political gains. The Gaza war has changed that paradigm. It has produced neither a military nor a political victory. Adding fuel to the fire, Israel has abandoned the notion that soft power...

Jun 19 · >

Close Look At Calcutta HC Judgment On OBC Quotas For Muslims

By Mokshith Venkata Shiva Bhyri In a recent ruling, the Calcutta High Court has invalidated Other Backward Class (OBC) certificates for 77 Muslim classes in West Bengal, casting doubt on the West Bengal Backward Classes Act of 2012 and striking down several of its provisions for contravening the landmark...

Jun 19 · >

UN Commission Finds Israel Guilty Of Crimes Against Humanity

By Bashir Abu-Manneh The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Occupied Palestinian Territory issued its “first in-depth investigation into the events that took place on and since 7 October 2023.” The report holds the Israeli occupation responsible for the ongoing catastrophic situation in Gaza. But it also...

Jun 19 · >

What’s The Hullabaloo Over Jobless Indians Joining The Russian Army

By Nantoo Banerjee The government’s strong reaction to the news of the death of two Russian Army-recruited Indian nationals in the Ukraine war asking the Russian authorities for an early release and return of all Indian nationals serving in the Russian Army does not seem to be quite justified....

Jun 18 · >

Chandrababu Naidu Makes A Significant Difference To Modi’s NDA Govt

By Kalyani Shankar The swearing-in of Nara Chandrababu Naidu as Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister was a significant event for Naidu personally, and to his party and for Indian politics, too. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other top BJP leaders witnessed the 74-year-old politician taking the oath for the fourth...

Jun 18 · >

Mohan Bhagwat In For A Solid Grilling In RSS’ Palakkad Meet

By Arun Srivastava RSS leaders close to its chief Mohan Bhagwat are seeking to suppress news of a ‘rift’ between RSS and Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his “true sevak” remark. But events taking place inside the RSS do not validate the message that everything is ethical and politically...

Jun 18 · >