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Is BSP getting transformed into Brahmin Samaj Party?

The low-profile the Bahujan Samaj Party supremo, Mayawati, is maintaining and the extra-ordinary influence the party general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra, is exerting as well as the unusual way the party is wooing the Brahmin…

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Will control over social media help BJP tip over real issues

New Delhi: Nothing is permanent in politics, not even for the seemingly strongest regimes. The well entrenched BJP government in Uttar Pradesh led by iron fisted Yogi Adityanath has suddenly started looking weak kneed after…

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Maurya’s resignation, the biggest crisis within BJP since 2014

The resignation from the Yogi Adityanath cabinet and likely joining of the Samajwadi Party by Swami Prasad Maurya and several other Bharatiya Janata Party legislators is the first such open revolt in the saffron party…

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Bangladesh begins 2022 with a powerful Message

Kolkata: Walking on New Year Eve with her sister Sheikh Rehana on the now-completed 6.15 kms railroad Bridge on the mighty Padma River , Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sent out a message to the…

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Former SC judge ‘terribly disappointed’ by apex court’s stand on genocide calls

One of the most illustrious former justices of the Supreme Court has said he is “terribly disappointed” the Supreme Court has not taken cognizance of the calls for genocide. Justice Madan Lokur said the Supreme…

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Strained Indo-Maldives relations

New Delhi: A lot has happened in the bilateral relations between India and Maldives during the last 10 years. The relations which were once described as one of the most vibrant and dynamic, have turned into…

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UP Assembly elections biggest test for Owaisi and AIMIM

Hyderabad: From being confined to seven Assembly seats in its traditional stronghold of Hyderabad to now eyeing 100 seats in Uttar Pradesh, the AIMIM has come a long way during the last eight years. The…

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Limits of Soft diplomacy: Carrot Caviar not Putin’s choice!

The efforts made to indigenize and Indianize all things foreign have occasionally been carried to extreme limits recently. The resulting strange fusion has not always been palatable and has often resulted in unintended mirth, even…

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Shock action from above: What can we learn for future warfare?

There have been multiple air operations world over with varying outcomes from which some lessons can always be drawn. However, the paradrop at Tangail on December 11, 1971 by India was a key catalyst of…

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India – The Other Side of Communal-Wave!

How much can Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders gain by banking on their much publicized religious card? Seriously speaking, not much. It may be noted, communal history linked with December 6 in India…

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