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Union home minister Amit Shah's visit to Bihar will be to "stoke communal tension" and the entire country knows this,
After high drama over a sealed envelope in Jharkhand, sources have said the Election Commission, while holding Chief Minister Hemant
BJP's Maharashtra unit president Chandrashekhar Bawankule on Monday claimed 259 candidates supported by his party and 40 nominees backed by the
Amid raging controversy over alleged leaked videos of hostel girls, the Chandigarh University have said that no "objectionable video was
Prominent Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband on Sunday said it has no objections to the Uttar Pradesh government's survey of
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today raided multiple locations in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana over the alleged involvement of some members


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Political Situation Is Hotting Up For Lok Sabha Elections In 2024

By Kalyani Shankar Political parties in India have begun advance planning for the 2024 Lok Sabha polls from now on.  The ruling NDA and the Opposition parties have been vying each other in their preparations. They are making and remaking strategies according to the political climate. The stage is...

Sep 27 · >

World’s Second Richest Person Gautam Adani Is A Big Beneficiary Of Modi Era

By Dr. Gyan Pathak The story of meteoric rise of Gautam Adani to world’s second richest person as per the    leading journal Forbes, has indeed a key element of getting ‘benefit from a rising India’ since 2014, when his friend Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of the country....

Sep 27 · >

By Refusing To Be Congress President, Rahul Gandhi Has Created A Mess

BY Sushil Kutty How can the Congress take a hit and no lightning bolts strike 10, Janpath when the loyalist stabs the cherished family in the back? Instead, the high command carries on as if nobody other than the perpetrator Ashok Gehlot could get hurt. And, by extension, the...

Sep 27 · >

Employment Scenario In Bengal Is Still Precarious Despite Tall Claims By State Govt

By Tirthankar Mitra At the risk of sounding florid, the economy of West Bengal can be stated to be placed between a rock and a hard place. For claims shouted from  the rooftops about its job generation fall flat on their faces at the sight of the faces of...

Sep 27 · >

Neo-Fascist Meloni’s Win In Italian National Elections Is A Bad Omen For Europe

By C.J. Atkins Tally another victory for the neo-fascist, anti-immigrant right wing in Europe. Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy party—the successor to the post-World War II Italian Social Movement—is set to be the next prime minister of that country following Sunday’s national election. Almost exactly a...

Sep 27 · >

Joint Opposition Rally In Haryana On September 25 Has Helped In Advancing The Cause Of Unity

  By Nitya Chakraborty The joint opposition rally held at Fatehabad in Haryana on Sunday organized the INLD leader Om Prakash Chautala on the occasion of the birth anniversary of his father Devi Lal has made a good success in facilitating the unity of the anti-BJP political parties to...

Sep 26 · >

Vedanta-Foxconn Semiconductor Fab Project Must Work

By Nantoo Banerjee It may be early to predict the future of Vedanta-Foxconn’s proposed $22-billion joint venture project in India for an integrated display and semiconductor fabrication ecosystem. The promoters have already got themselves enmeshed in a political controversy over a sudden change in the project location — from...

Sep 26 · >

Ashok Gehlot Is Making His Position Vulnerable By Playing Not Straight

By Sushil Kutty Politics is the art of keeping the adversary guessing, which is what Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is good at. The harbinger of the crisis that is dogging the Congress in Rajasthan, Gehlot says something before going to bed and, then, something altogether different the next...

Sep 26 · >

The War In Ukraine Is Behind Much Of The Present Distress In Germany

By Victor Grossman BERLIN: Some readers might expect – at last – a jolly, happy bulletin from Berlin. Germany, fourth richest power in the world, the strongest in Europe, seems to have overcome at least for now the ravages of the pandemic. Except in public transportation and medical institutions,...

Sep 26 · >

Payroll Reporting In India Is Still Unreliable

By Dr. Gyan Pathak The latest data released by the National Statistical Office has been presented in a way that shows a ‘buoyancy’ in the formal job creations in India in July 2022 compared to a year before, across the three major schemes – Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF), Employees’...

Sep 26 · >