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Maharashtra reported 47,288 cases and 155 deaths on Monday (File)New Delhi: Maharashtra reported over 55,000 COVID-19 cases in the last
Delhi Capitals (DC) opening batsman Prithvi Shaw welcomed head coach Ricky Ponting, who joined the team after completing
India started inoculations with frontline and health workers, and went on to people above 60New Delhi: Vaccinations will not be
NCP leader Anil Deshmukh resigned as Maharashtra Home Minister on Monday (File)Mumbai/New Delhi: The CBI has registered a 'preliminary inquiry'
The number of cases breached the 1-lakh mark for the second time in three days.New Delhi: India on Tuesday recorded
The number of cases breached the 1-lakh mark for the second time in three days.New Delhi: India on Tuesday recorded


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Population Policy Of BJP Led States Have Generated Many Apprehensions

By Kalyani Shankar There is a raging debate going on about regulating the population growth in India. Ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, three BJP-ruled states — Uttar Pradesh, Assam, and Karnataka — brought a two-child policy norm with incentives and disincentives.  Even though they have not openly...

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Home Minister Amit Shah Loses The Plot, Calls Pegasus Conspiracy

By Sushil Kutty The Pegasus is a mythical winged horse which with a blow of its hoof knocked a spring out of Mount Helicon. The other day the Modi Government got kicked by Pegasus, Israel’s military-grade spyware, and set phones ringing all through India, from Agartala to Agatti, Kashmir...

Jul 20 · >

Indiscriminate Arrests By Authorities Lead To Serious Health Problem Of Families

By Dr. Arun Mitra Chief Justice of India has very validly pointed out the misuse of Section 124(A) of IPC which deals with the offence of sedition. Laws like the NSA, UAPA and sedition laws are a reflection of colonial era. He pointed it from legal perspective as these...

Jul 20 · >

Pegasus Expose Shows Full Complicity Of Modi Govt In Surveillance

By Arun Srivastava The Pegasus expose has brought a very significant political issue in the public domain for painstaking discourse that if all the democratic institutions had not been crushed and allowed to perform their democratic roles in the defined constitutional manner and the bureaucracy had not been inactivated,...

Jul 20 · >

Pedro Castillo To Formally Take Over As President Of Peru On July 28

By Satyaki Chakraborty Peru’s electoral agony is finally over. The Marxist Pedro Castillo will take over as the new president of this Latin American nation on July 28 after the national electoral authorities dismissed all the legal challenges lodged by his right wing rival Ms. Keiko Fujimori on Sunday....

Jul 20 · >

Blockchain Technology Has Potential To Improve Common People’s Lives

By Francis Erdman There are many myths and misunderstandings about blockchain, the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. This largely because many (not all) people who work in that space come at it either from a global capitalist mindset and/or some flavor of libertarian/anarchist mindset. They are seeking...

Jul 20 · >

30 Years Of Liberalisation: 34 Days That Shook The Indian Economy

By Nitya Chakraborty On June 21, 1991, the 70-year-old Congress veteran P V Narasimha Rao took oath as the Prime Minister of a minority government amidst massive political uncertainty over its longevity. The Congress had got only 232 seats as against the usual majority of 272 in the Lok...

Jul 19 · >

Surging Fuel Prices Pose Threat To Economy, Government

By Nantoo Banerjee It is rather unusual to see the government calmly watching the growing misery of the common man under the pressure of rising inflation, fuelled by increasing oil and gas prices, and shrinking jobs and income. It would be fundamentally wrong if the government continues to allow...

Jul 19 · >

Pegasus Revelations Speak Of Complicity Of Modi Government In Surveillance

By Sushil Kutty Nearly 300 phone numbers of Indians most-likely not friendly with the Modi Government were hacked and infected by a military-grade Israeli spyware during the run-up to the 2019 general elections which the BJP led by the Modi-Shah combine won with a thumping majority. In all 50,000...

Jul 19 · >

Bengal BJP Is In Deep Crisis Due To Growing Factionalism In Districts

By Barun Das Gupta The disastrous defeat of the BJP in assembly elections in Bengal has not only demoralized the party workers at all levels but has also intensified factionalism in the organization. The party which dreamed of winning two hundred plus seats and ruling West Bengal is now...

Jul 19 · >