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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the chief ministers of all states and union territories to organise a "Tika
91,770 Covid tests were conducted in the national capital in the last 24 hours (File)New Delhi: Delhi on Thursday logged
A petition contended that Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb demolished an ancient temple and built the mosque.Varanasi: A court in Varanasi has
The rebels looted weapons, ammunition, uniforms and shoes from the security forces who were killed.A commando kidnapped by Maoist rebels
The construction of the arch of the bridge was completed on Monday.New Delhi: The German Embassy in India was in
It is all hearsay, there is no material evidence, Anil Deshmukh told the Supreme Court today.New Delhi: An independent probe


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Asia And The Pacific Are Set To Witness Fierce Arms Race

By Nantoo Banerjee The brewing rivalry between the United States and China over the strategic control of parts of Asia and the Pacific region is set to scale new heights in the coming years. This may altogether change the character of the global arms trade which has been increasingly...

Sep 27 · >

India Has Still A Long Wait For Becoming Member Of UN Security Council

By Kalyani Shankar India has been in quest of a place at the UN high table for long. The issue has arisen again during last week’s bilateral meeting in Washington between US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. India has been lobbying for the Security Council’s expansion...

Sep 27 · >

Bharat Bandh Marks The Changing Contours Of Politics

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Much water has flowed down the Yamuna in one year after September 27, 2020, when the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind had given his assent to Modi’s three controversial farm laws. To mark one year of the assent, the Bharat Bandh observed on September...

Sep 27 · >

Centre’s Talk Of Development To Combat Naxalism Is Welcome

By Sushil Kutty How Mamata Banerjee tamed the Naxals of Junglemahal in 2011 is still lore in West Bengal. Today, Union Home Minister Amit Shah wants to emulate Mamata. True, at that time, it was indeed “Banerjee (who) single-handedly wiped out” the Maoists from West Bengal, but she disappointed...

Sep 27 · >

Ministry Expansion Is A Part Of Mandal Card Of BJP For Assembly Poll

By Pradeep Kapoor LUCKNOW: BJP has played aggressive mandal card with induction of with three OBCs, two Scheduled Castes, one Scheduled Tribe in Yogi Adityanath ministry . One brahmin was also inducted the ministry. Since BJP is playing both kamandal and Mandal cards to win over support of voters...

Sep 27 · >

Expert Panel Of Supreme Court Has To Do A Proper Job On Pegasus Issue

By Arun Srivastava The Supreme Court has expressed its desire to set up a committee of experts to study the allegations of illegal surveillance using Pegasus spyware and in likelihood will issue orders next week. The apex court’s observations on constituting the committee assume significance in view of the...

Sep 25 · >

Congress High Command Did Not Act With Tact In Dealing With Amarinder Singh

By Harihar Swarup The Congress, it appears, has a death wish. Otherwise why it should destabilize, the Punjab government, headed by Capt. Amarinder Singh. It is a established norm that the Chief Minister and PCC President should be on same wave length. Why then Navjot Singh Sidhu was appointed...

Sep 25 · >

Stock Market Boom Hides Much More Than It Reveals

By K Raveendran The stock market seems to be in a great hurry to pronounce the end of the Covid crisis. This week headline indices clocked new records, with Sensex soaring past 60,000 and the Nifty inching close to the 18,000 mark. The temporary scare of the collapse of...

Sep 25 · >

Echoes Of Farmers Voice Haunt Political Corridors

By Dr. Gyan Pathak September 26, 2021 will mark the completion of 10 months of farmers’ agitation against Modi’s three controversial farm laws, and the next day on September 27, there will be Bharat Bandh. The call is given by Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), at a time when the...

Sep 25 · >

Confusion Over The Status Of PM Cares Fund Still Continues

By Sushil Kutty So, we are all less than average in the brains department, with our right to information curtailed to boot. The Union Government collects money on our behalf, for our stated welfare, from umpteens of sources, including government conduits, departments, ministries, government agencies. It hides as it...

Sep 25 · >