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BJP’s Panic Is Reflected In Its Manifesto 2022 For Uttar Pradesh

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Even though the manifestoes of political parties in India released before elections have lost their old values and integrity due to general experience of broken promises, these still offer windows through which one can see what actually has been changing between the two elections. BJP’s...

Feb 9 · >

With Cryptos Under Tax Net, It May Now Be Turn Of Betting

By K Raveendran In the wake of cryptocurrencies gaining legitimacy with the imposition of 30 percent sin tax on the transactions, it may now be considered the next logical step to similarly recognise gambling and betting too as legitimate sporting activity. Revenue to the government has been a compelling...

Feb 9 · >

Inflation Management Has To Be A Key Task To Achieve Budget Goals

By K R Sudhaman The much-hyped general budget is over and rightly it had avoided populism ahead of assembly elections including Uttar Pradesh. This is refreshing as it is deviation from the past as budgets had more populism, big ticket announcements and less substance. But has the budget done...

Feb 9 · >

Kerala Ordinance Hurdle Cleared, Government Breathes Easy

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government is breathing easy with Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan shedding his reservations and signing the ordinance seeking to amend the Kerala Lok Ayukta Act, 1999.  The ordinance has averted a looming political crisis which threatened to overtake the...

Feb 9 · >

Hijabs And Saffron Shawls Are Being Used As Political Pawns In Karnataka

By Sushil Kutty The chickens are coming home to roost—the half-hearted implementation of the Partition of India’s fruits.  Across the Wagah border, Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir tweeted his support for Muskan, the Indian college-girl who shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ to the ‘Jai Shri Rams’ thrown at her in a Karnataka...

Feb 9 · >

90 Year Old Prabha Atre Is A Scholar Musician Remaining Still Active

By Harihar Swarup Hindustani classical vocalist, Prabha Atre, 90, who was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian award, continues to challenge ideologies of a rigid system and make classical music approachable to all. Over the last 15 years, Hindustani classical vocalist, Atre, has headlined the Sawai Gandharva...

Feb 9 · >

NATO Members Are Not At Tandem With President Biden’s Anti-Russia Stance

By John Wojcik If the diplomatic events of Monday showed us anything, they indicated with striking clarity that old assumptions about how European security is to be achieved will not, if they ever did, work and that NATO is incapable of bringing the people of Europe the peace they...

Feb 9 · >

The Nation Needs A Strong Congress And Unity Of Opposition Parties

By Kalyani Shankar India is missing an effective Opposition at the Centre and States as it tries to check the surge of the ruling BJP. Political equation often changes before the poll as the enemies become friends and friends become enemies. The BSP and Congress came together in 1996....

Feb 8 · >

Congress-Left Front Brightens Prospects Of Non-BJP Government In Manipur

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Manipur is going for assembly elections in two phases on February 27 and March 7. The politics in the state has gained a higher pitch. There is a very high stake for the ruling BJP led NDA since the state still seems to be heading...

Feb 8 · >

Yogi Adityanath And Akhilesh Yadav Are Confident To Win From Their Seats

By Pradeep Kapoor LUCKNOW: Fighting their assembly polls for the first time Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Samajwadi Party national President and former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav are facing tough challenge from their rivals but both of them should win convincingly. Though Yogi Adityanath and Akhilesh would win their...

Feb 8 · >