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Large FPI Pullout, Gold Import Surge Portend Political Power Change At The Centre

By Nantoo Banerjee Any prediction of the possible outcome of the ongoing Parliamentary election is becoming increasingly tough in the absence of a visible wave in favour of either the rightist Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) or its principal opposition, a 26-party political combine, Indian National Development...

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Unravelling The Mystery Of Iranian President Raisi’s Helicopter Crash

By Tajul Islam The latest incident of helicopter crash involving Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has sparked a wave of speculation and concern both within Iran and internationally. Occurring in dense fog over the rugged terrain of Iran’s East Azerbaijan province, the incident raises critical questions about the circumstances that...

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AAP’s Political Future Depends On The Outcome Of Kejriwal’s Liquor Case

By Kalyani Shankar Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, has overcome numerous obstacles in the past decade. Yet, his unwavering resilience has been a beacon of inspiration. He and his party are currently facing the biggest crisis in the liquor policy case. Despite the challenges, Kejriwal’s political journey is a...

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Jharkhand May Be Turning Political Side In Lok Sabha Election 2024

By Dr. Gyan Pathak “Who gave you free foodgrain? Who gave you home? Who gave you toilets? Who gave you …,” went on saying an RSS-BJP joint election campaign team leaders, when they were just disrupted politely by quite peaceful and innocent people of the interior Jarga village saying,...

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Gandhi Family’s Test By Fire Was In Raebareli, Amethi A Sideshow

By Sushil Kutty Rahul Gandhi reached the ’ constituency of Raebareli from Lucknow on May 20 and straight off went to a Hanuman Mandir, drawing quick reactions including the opinion that his choice of deity was fraught with risk. Lord Hanuman could have taken offence after Rahul Gandhi pointedly...

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Activist’s Death Brings Succession Crisis In Thai Monarchy To The Fore

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav Thai pro-democracy activist Netiporn “Bung” Sanesangkhom died after a 110-day hunger strike on May 14, protesting her detention and that of other activists. Amnesty International condemned the death and urged Thai authorities to launch an investigation. Sanesangkhom, a 28-year-old online English tutor, had been held...

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Controversial Former Judge Abhijit Ganguly Fighting Hard For BJP Win In Tamluk

By Tirthankar Mitra KOLKATA: Former Calcutta High Court judge Abhijit Ganguly who always created controversies during his tenure by using strong language against the Trinamool Congress government and its leaders, continues to do the same as the BJP candidate for Lok Sabha in Tamluk constituency of West Bengal. Ganguly’s...

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Focusing On Dalit Priorities In Lok Sabha Elections Is Imperative

By Arun Srivastava Recent developments in Dalit politics, especially in the ideological laboratory of Uttar Pradesh, are intriguing, to say the least. To begin with, we have Mayawati sacking her nephew Akash Anand, who she announced her successor just a couple of months back, at the behest of the...

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Indian Supply Of BrahMos Missiles To Philippines Is A Signal To Other ASEAN Countries

By Girish Linganna The escalating maritime tensions between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea have significant implications for India’s maritime trade interests. As a major player in the region, India has a vested interest in ensuring the safety and security of its maritime commerce. In response...

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Freeing Julian Assange Is A Struggle For Justice, Journalism And Peace

By Ben Chacko LONDON: Judges of British Court must decide if Julian Assange would enjoy the same rights as a US citizen if tried in the United States. It’s an ironic question. The persecution of the WikiLeaks founder has rested from the beginning on US exceptionalism — that rules...

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