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    Delhi Civic Bypolls Results Kindles New Hopes For Opposition

    By Gyan Pathak The national capital is the face of a country, an index that points towards the real condition of the people, their hopes and frustrations, and the direction of psyche of the nation. Delhi civic bypolls results are nothing less than an evidence of the chagrin under which the people of Delhi have been reeling for quite some time. The people have not only totally...

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    Yogi Adityanath Has No Moral Right To Lecture Mamata On Law And Order

    By Arun Srivastava It was a coincidence that on the day while addressing an election rally in West Bengal's Malda, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was blaming the TMC government for poor law and order situation in the state, the saffron criminals in his own state were brutally assassinating the father of the poor dalit girl who was raped and killed barely a...

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    CJI In The Eye Of A Storm For His 'Offer' To Rapist

    By K Raveendran It is indeed baffling to consider whether Chief Justice S A Bobde made his 'offer' to an accused rapist to grant him protection if he agreed to marry his victim after due consideration of the consequences of his offer or whether it was a spur of the moment remark.

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    Giving A Rapist The Chance To Make A Clean Breast Of It

    By Sushil Kutty Question: What to make of the Supreme Court when it asked a rapist 'are you ready to marry the girl you raped, then possibly you can walk free with the trophy bride?'Of course, the top court did not ask in so many words, but that's about the gist of the astonishing offer.

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    No New Relief To Kisans In Madhya Pradesh Budget For 2021-22

    By L S Herdenia BHOPAL: "No new taxes, no relief" with this headline most of the newspapers published the news of budget presented by Madhya Pradesh finance minister Jagdish Devda. Contrary to public expectations over relief in VAT on petrol and diesel, he presented a Rs. 2,41,375 crore budget with a deficit of Rs. 52,266 crore.

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    Archaeologist B B Lal Was Controversial For His Claims On Ayodhya Remains

    By Harihar Swarup Recipient of India's second highest civilian award Padma Vibhushan, Braj Basi Lal, is nearing 100. He is by profession an archaeologist. He began his education as student of Sanskrit, having obtained masters degree from Allahabad University. He later switched over to archaeology; initially, worked in Taxila and later at Harappa.

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    State Assembly Polls Pose Challenge To Both National And Regional Parties

    By Kalyani Shankar The upcoming Assembly elections to five states, three of which are in the South, will go a long way in shaping most regional and national parties' political future. The polls are crucial for the three national parties, the Congress, BJP, and the left and the regional parties. The five states in the South send 129 members to Parliament. By citing...

    • 2 days ago
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    BPF Joining Is Sure To Benefit The Congress-Led Grand Alliance In Assam

    By Sagarneel Sinha Bodoland People's Front (BPF) leaving the BJP led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was only a matter of time as the latter clearly stated that it won't renew its alliance with the former. The saffron party allied with United People's Party Liberal (UPPL) - BPF's rival in the Bodoland region - last year by choosing over its then...

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    Farmers And Workers May Upset BJP's Electoral Prospect

    By Gyan Pathak Farmers and workers have started joining hands against the BJP which is seen by most of them as their enemy no.1. The agitating farmers' unions against the three farm laws and the 10 central trade unions against the four labour codes have decided to launch a joint action plan against the BJP during the Vidhan Sabha elections of the five states - Assam, West Bengal,...

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    Left-Congress Alliance In Bengal Facing Issues Over Abbas Siddiqui

    By Arun Srivastava The Brigade rally organised by the left parties and the Congress on Sunday was indeed massive. This was for the first time that the Left and the Congress held a joint election rally in Kolkata in recent years. But equally, this was the first occasion for the CPI(M) to legitimize the official participation of a Muslim group known for its fundamentalist...

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