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    Modi-Shah Have Kicked The Proverbial Hornet's Nest With CAA

    By Harihar Swarup A question invariably asked is why Narendra Modi government has invested so much political capital in the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA)? The Act, critics say, is plainly illogical, not least because it leaves out of its purview the largest group of stateless refugees currently living in Indian soil-Tamils from Sri Lanka -many of whom are Hindus. The Act is also...

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    RSS Apprehensive At Spreading Of Shaheen Bagh Spirit

    By Arun Srivastava The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat has asked the rank and file, upto the lower level of the organisation, to reactivate the block level committees to use their full might to counter the anti-citizenship protest and ensure that the forces opposed to the idea of Hindu Rashtra are denied new pastures. The manner in which the anti-citizenship movement has been...

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    The Tale Of Two Asian Economies In 2019

    By Anjan Roy It is a tale of two countries. India's growth rate slumped and it has caused a furore. The government has been held responsible for the sudden drop in GDP growth rate on account of its policy mistakes. In China, economic growth has fallen to a three-decades depth. At just about 6.1 per cent GDP growth in 2019, it is a distant call from those of days of two-digit growth rates in that...

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    Faiz Was A Bridge Between India And Pakistan

    By Sankar Ray The legendary Urdu poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz never-failingly 'paved the way to lighten our pathways and act as a bridge between India and Pakistan. Recent events have only proved that his words grow more meaningful by the day,' said the muse's Lahore-based elder daughter Salima Hashmi in an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency.

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    'Dinner Diplomacy' Used To Project Jyotiraditya Scindia

    By L.S. Herdenia BHOPAL: A dinner hosted by a MP Minister has caused a sort of political storm in the state. Dinner was hosted by Govind Singh Rajput, who is regarded as a committed follower of Jyotiraditya Scindia. Though Rajput invited all the Ministers including Chief Minister Kamal Nath but many Ministers including Chief Minister did not turn up. This fact converted dinner into a...

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    Governor-State Govt Relations Take A Nosedive

    By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Relations between Kerala Governor, Arif Mohammed Khan and the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government in the State have come under severe strain following the former's strong criticism of the latter's decision to move the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

    • 3 days ago
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    Ruling Party's Divisive Politics Impacting Universities

    By Krishna Jha It was a peaceful gathering at the Sabarmati T-point in Jawaharlal Nehru University of unarmed, uninhibited students and teachers. There was no roaring challenge, only a simple but powerful NO. It was NO to any attempt to destroy democracy, to violate Constitution. JNU was built up to nurture the young and the talented, coming from any background. With minimum resources,...

    • 3 days ago
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    Congress Comes Out Firmly Against CAA/NRC In CWC Meeting

    By Rahil Nora Chopra The Congress Working Committee was held in Delhi on 11 January under the presidentship of Sonia Gandhi, in which CWC passed a resolution to work towards withdrawing the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 as it was deemed discriminatory and divisive.CWC asserted that while the NPR in itself appeared to be a benign exercise, it was in effect a disguised NRC.CWC indicated...

    • 3 days ago
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    Momentum Confirms It's Backing Long Bailey For The Labour Leadership

    By Lamiat Sabin Rebecca Long Bailey received a big boost in the Labour leadership race after left-wing group Momentum confirmed it would back her to succeed Jeremy Corbyn. The shadow business secretary also appeared to have regained ground on Sir Keir Starmer as a Survation poll gave her a 2 per cent lead. The first poll of Labour members put shadow Brexit secretary Mr...

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    BJP Reaps Rich Harvest From Electoral Bond Scheme

    By K Raveendran It is now doubly clear why BJP wanted the electoral bond scheme the way it is, despite opposition from all those who stood for democratic principles and transparency. The audit report of the party for 2018-19, submitted to the Election Commission showed total income for the year at over Rs 2,410 crore. This is a 134 per cent increase, in comparison to its Rs 1,027 crore income...

    • 4 days ago

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