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    Possible Second Covid Wave Could Depress Oil Market

    By K Raveendran It can only be described as providential intervention that the Modi government's plan to make money on the sly using the spike in the global crude prices is likely to come to nought. The prospects of a second wave of Covid outbreak is forcing oil analysts to project an alternative price scenario, where crude is expected to be under stress in the remaining part of the...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Covid Pandemic Has Come As A Great Leveller

    By Arjavi Indraneesh The Covid pandemic has come as a great leveller. It has downed powerful heads of state and commonest man on the street, irrespective of caste, creed, colour and climate. Covid has held a mirror to the dark underbellies of societies, which have so far remained hidden from public knowledge. It has also unearthed the gross inequalities that have come as a blot on man's claim of...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Bihar Opposition Betraying The Trust Of People

    By Arun Srivastava Arrogance comes with a false sense of security and control on the fulcrum of power. So far the accusation of being arrogant was being levelled against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But the fact is the Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar does not lag behind. With no opposition challenge on the political horizon and the Chanakya of BJP, Amit Shah, publically announcing that...

    • 15 hrs ago
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    Vikas dubey - consider him dead!

    By Sushil Kutty The lawlessness in Uttar Pradesh runs and spreads both ways. Yep, those are the words that should be used when discussing and commenting on criminals, both active and dormant hoodlums, in this hugest state of the Indian Union. Uttar Pradesh itself is a sprawling stretch of real estate and home to what's called the 'Ganga-Yamuna Tehzeeb.' Well, this 'tehzeeb' also...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    U.S. Blockade Accentuates Food Insecurity In Cuba

    By W.T. Whitney Jr. Food availability was the top concern of 21 per cent of Cubans responding to a recent opinion survey, reflecting the recurrent food shortages on the island promoted by the U.S. economic blockade and the shortcomings of the domestic food supply system. In 1960, the idea of a blockade was appealing to the U.S. State Department because it would cause deprivation and suffering.

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Lockdowns Have Links With Riots And Revolution

    By Keith Flett Guardian editorials are often ponderous affairs bordering on the pious but a commentary on the ending of lockdown at the beginning of July suddenly opined that "Revolutions are not inevitable" and went on to note that sharp jolts to the system often saw "normality" return later. It sounded rather like the Guardian urging its readers to keep calm in the face of...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    India Debuts Virtual Parliament Meet With Monsoon Session

    By Kalyani Shankar India, for the first time in its more than seven decades of parliamentary history, will have its Monsoon session with some members attending physically and others virtually. This hybrid experiment is necessitated due to the on-going Covid crisis. The lawmakers will be failing in their assigned role by the Indian Constitution, namely law making, holding the executive...

    • 2 days ago
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    Private Trains Project Is Elitist, Pro-Rich And Anti-People

    By Gyan Pathak With inviting request from private operators for qualification for Rs 30,000 crore mega private trains project, Modi government has taken yet another step for privatization of the Indian Railways. The bait being 'faster-more comfortable-world class travel' as a bargain for getting support from the people who have been hitherto depending on this national...

    • 2 days ago
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    Changing 'Faces' Of The Coronavirus

    By Sushil Kutty Covid-19 deaths are indifferent statistics. Till when one of the numerals indicates the passing away of someone who was close acquaintance, a relative or workplace colleague. Then, the number takes shape in flesh and blood. And, then, all of a sudden, the coronavirus is too close home for comfort! The fact of the matter is, the coronavirus has so far killed only an infinitesimally small...

    • 2 days ago
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    Monthly wage loss from first two lockdowns put at rs. 34,000 crore

    By Satyaki Chakraborty A recent study released by the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) reveals that the estimated monthly wage loss caused by job losses and layoffs in the country in the first two lockdowns alone, will touch Rs. 33,800 crore. The study also shows that these two lockdowns might have resulted in a job loss for 19.5 crore persons in the...

    • 2 days ago

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