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Congress Chintan Shivir At Udaipur Has Laid No Road Map To Take On BJP

By Kalyani Shankar Where does Congress go from Udaipur Chintan Shivir? Was the conclave an exercise in futility, or will it revive the party?  It all depends on the implementation of the decisions taken at the conclave. Congress President Sonia Gandhi said that the Shivir should not become a...

May 16 · >

Confusion That Grips Congress Gets Exposed At Three Day Chintan Shivir

By Arun Srivastava The Chintan shivir is not the panacea of the malaise that inflicts the Congress.   Significantly, Congress under Sonia Gandhi has been regularly holding such shivirs. But the shivirs have failed to rejuvenate and revitalise the organisation and provide a new direction. On the contrary the party...

May 16 · >

BJP Is Going The Whole Hog In Unseating KCR From CM’s Chair In Telangana

By Sushil Kutty Media has been writing and talking of “KCR’s gambit” from way before the Telangana state was born. That first gambit succeeded and, today, Telangana is India’s youngest state. It is said that KCR led the way for the formation of Telangana from the front from the...

May 16 · >

Majoritarian Nationalism Of Rajapaksa Family Has Failed In Sri Lanka

By Arun Kumar Shrivastav Majoritarian nationalism can go wrong and it can land the leaders in a hot soup! This is the unmistakable message from the Sri Lankan crisis. The Rajapaksa family was the darling of the majority Singhalese and it indulged in hate politics against Hindus and Muslims....

May 16 · >

AAP-Twenty20 Alliance In Kerala Causes Confusion

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A new political outfit has burst on Kerala’s political landscape. The latest addition to the plethora of political organisations the State parades has been made by the Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) and the corporate-backed  Twenty20, which have joined hands to challenge the two principal political fronts...

May 16 · >

Sedition Law Has A Long History Since 1857 Sepoy Revolt Till Present

By Major General S.G. Vombatkere Following the 1857 so-called Great Indian Rebellion during the rule of the East India Company, British monarch Queen Victoria, issued a proclamation in 1858 that India would be governed by and in the name of “the Crown”. Thus, the British territory of India (the...

May 16 · >

India A Key Player In Seismic Shift In Global Crude Oil Market

By K Raveendran The seismic shift in the global crude oil market has begun to take effect. This is expected to manifest in tightened crude markets as well as unprecedented shifts in trade flows, most notably of Russian oil from Europe to Asia. Russia is expected to redirect as...

May 14 · >

Constituent Assembly Held Long Discussions On Major Labour Issues

By S.N. Sahu India’s record of taking up labour issues in a progressive manner predates the observation of May Day, on May 1, 1891, as the first international Labour Day. In 1884, seven years before the commencement of May Day celebrations in 1891, Narayan M. Lokhande, hailed as the...

May 14 · >

Supreme Court Order On Sedition Law Is A Significant Forward Movement

By Harihar Swarup In a Batch of petitions challenging the law of sedition, contained in section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, the Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a slew of interim directions. Things came to a head because the Central Government, instead of defending the constitutionality of the...

May 14 · >

Workforce Being Crushed Between Inflation And Joblessness

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Workforce in India is being crushed between inflation and joblessness chiefly on account of wrong policy stance of the Narendra Modi government and the pandemic may be just an additional excuse. Retail inflation (CPI) in April soared to a 8-year high, ie the entire period...

May 14 · >