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NCP leader Anil Deshmukh resigned as Maharashtra Home Minister on Monday (File)Mumbai/New Delhi: The CBI has registered a 'preliminary inquiry'
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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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Gold Has A Tough Summer, Yet Holds Out Well Amidst Turmoil

By K Raveendran The rampaging dollar has caused a bloodbath in the currency markets, with all other major currencies falling to multi-decade lows. The rupee has not done any better. The Indian currency touched historical lows, crossing 81 to the dollar, the lowest it has touched for all times....

Sep 24 · >

Nepal President’s Refusal To Sign Passed Bill Leads To Political Crisis

By Subhankar Gupta With less than two months left before the national elections in Nepal, the refusal of the President of Nepal, Vidya Devi Bhandari, to approve the Citizenship Amendment Bill even after the passage of the proposed enactment by both houses of the parliament has thrown the Himalayan...

Sep 24 · >

Upendra Prasad’s Demise Is A Great Loss For Hindi Journalism

By Dr. Gyan Pathak Veteran journalist Upendra Prasad, who had made a sort of history in Hindi journalism in 1990s by writing on socio-economic issues that influenced both the society in the Hindi speaking belt and the politics in transition at that time, passed away in the late night...

Sep 24 · >

Amit Shah’s Visit To Seemanchal Failed To Enthuse The BJP Supporters

By Arun Srivastava A mellowed down Amit Shah at his Purnea rally on September 23 was not only the major question for disappoint of the Bihar leaders but severely troubled them about the future prospect of the BJP in Bihar. Their feeling dejected primarily owed to the fact that...

Sep 24 · >

Pakistani Taliban Is A Volcano Waiting To Erupt

By Manish Rai Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in June this year declared an indefinite ceasefire to facilitate peace talks being brokered by the Afghan Taliban. But there have been regular clashes between TTP and Pakistan security forces since then despite both sides confirming the truce is still on. Recently, questions...

Sep 24 · >

Ashok Gehlot Starts As Winning Candidate In Congress Presidential Poll

By Sushil Kutty Shashi Tharoor and Ashok Gehlot will contest the Congress president’s post election and Tharoor will walk into it already sidelined. Gandhi family loyalist Ashok Gehlot is naturally a hot favourite. Tharoor is not going to get the advantage of being fellow Kerala MP to Rahul Gandhi....

Sep 23 · >

It Is Time To Make Employment Benefits More Inclusive In India

By Arjun Paleri and Anshu Singh The Great Resignation has hastened the pace of changes in the area of employment, and employers are taking a number of steps to ensure that their employees are reasonably satisfied with the workplace. The employment benefits package is a way for employers to...

Sep 23 · >

Tightrope Walk For India Between Fiscal And Monetary Policy

By Dr. Gyan Pathak “An explosion of food and energy prices for those that are better off in inconvenience – for the poor people, tragedy,” says IMF Chief Kristalina Georgieva while sounding global warning that there would be “people on the street” unless steps are taken to protect the...

Sep 23 · >

If Gehlot Wins Congress Top Post, Will Pilot Be New Rajasthan CM?

By Rahil Nora Chopra A thrilling game of check-and-mate has started within the Congress, with speculations looming large on whether Sachin Pilot would get the throne of Rajasthan in case Ashok Gehlot has to vacate the Chief Minister’s post. Till date, all the questions have remained unanswered in Congress....

Sep 23 · >

European Union Should Take An Independent Position From US On Ukraine Issue

By Prabhat Patnaik The cessation of natural gas supplies from Russia to Europe in retaliation against Western sanctions imposed on Russia because of the Ukraine war, is threatening Europe not only with a winter with inadequate heating that will take a big toll in terms of lives among poor...

Sep 23 · >
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