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Inadequate Funding Would Jeopardise Functioning Of MSME Sector

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Modi government has been very liberally distributing promises of help but not money. MSME sector is a case in point that is struggling for its survival, even as the Union Ministry of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises is deprived of sufficient funds for smoothly running...

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SilverLine: SC, HC Orders Shot In Arm For LDF Govt In Kerala

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The beleaguered Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government received a much-needed shot in the arm with the Supreme Court refusing to stay the ongoing land survey and social impact assessment (SIA) for the SilverLine project. Dismissing petitions challenging a division bench order of the...

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Accidental Missile Mis-Launch Needs Serious Introspection

By Dr Arun Mitra The Indian supersonic cruise missile that landed in Pakistani territory accidentally on 9th March 2022 is a matter of grave concern not only for the two nuclear armed neighbouring countries but the world community as a whole. The accident which was first brought to light...

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Putin’s Gambit In Demanding Rouble Payments Takes Issues Beyond Pricing

By K Raveendran The currency stand-off in the global gas market, triggered by Russian president Vladimir Putin’s announcement that Russian gas will henceforth have to be paid in roubles instead of dollar and euro is keeping the market on tenterhooks. It has upset the calculations of all important stake...

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Mamata Will Have A Hard Time In Getting Response To Her Call For Opposition Unity

By Sushil Kutty Is the rope in the game of tug of war slipping through Mamata Banerjee’s hands? At least Mamata gives this impression as she once again asks every political party opposed to “BJP’s oppressive rule” to unite. The problem is the only fly in the ointment of...

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Congress Preparing New Roadmap In Uttar Pradesh To Face Lok Sabha Polls

By Pradeep Kapoor LUCKNOW:AICC general secretary and in charge of Uttar Pradesh  Priyanka Gandhi has taken the full responsibility  of worst performance of her party in UP Assembly elections  and asked the state leaders to prepare road map to face Lok Sabha polls in 2024. Soon after the results...

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In Bengal, Opposition Parties Take Negative Stance On Mamata’s Unity Call

By Ashis Biswas Major opposition parties including the Congress and the Left, have responded negatively to Trinamool Congress Chief Mamata Banerjee’s call to put up a broad anti-BJP alliance. State Congress and CPI(M) leaders strongly question the TMC’s true intent and especially the timing of its latest appeal, seeking...

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Lisa Calan, The Rebel Film Maker Of Turkey Is A Symbol Of Grit And Courage

By Harihar Swarup When Lisa Calan—clad in a traditional white Kurdish grown and stylish turban— walked onto the inaugural stage of the International Film Festival of Kerala in Thiruvanthapuram to receive first-ever ‘Spirit of Cinema’ award, there was a standing ovation. Not many among the audience had seen her...

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Two-Day Nationwide General Strike A Total Success In Kerala

By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The two-day nationwide general strike  observed on March 28 and 29 by trade unions in protest against the Union Government’s ‘anti-people’ policies was, expectedly, a success in Kerala. It also hogged the headlines for another reason. In a significant and unprecedented development, the Kerala High...

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Inequality In Access To Learning Has Become Greatest Divider

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Inequality in access to learning, either physical or online classes, in the last two years of the COVID-19 crisis, which is now entering the third year, has now become the greatest divider of the society. Millions of students worldwide are yet to return in the...

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