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Journalist Angad Singh, who criticized Modi’s policies, deported from Delhi airport, claim family members

US citizen and journalist Angad Singh, who works for American website ‘Vice News,’ was deported from Delhi airport, his mother claimed in a Facebook post on Wednesday evening while expressing dismay over the development. Singh…

Google joins MeitY, launches pan-India effort to improve online safety

New Delhi: Google on Thursday launched several initiatives, including new investment and collaboration with the IT Ministry, to safeguard people in India from online harm. The company launched a cybersecurity up-skilling programme for nearly 100,000 developers,…

Delhi HC refuses stay on Agnipath scheme, asks Centre to file detailed reply

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday sought a detailed reply from the Centre on a group of pleas against Agnipath scheme while refusing to pass any interim order on the newly-launched scheme for the…

We have turned our back on Rushdie

I’m perplexed and dismayed by the cold indifference with which most of our politicians have responded to the savage attack on Salman Rushdie. In 1988 we were the only major democracy to ban Satanic Verses.…

Centre opposes releasing of convicts in Bilki Bano rape and murder case

Centre and Gujarat government is seemingly at odd following the release of all 11 men who were serving life imprisonment for the gang-rape of Bilkis Bano and the murder of her family during the 2002 Gujarat…

Rahul Gandhi: Opposition seems ineffective because Modi Govt controls four pillars of democracy

New Delhi: In a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi  on Friday said here that India is witnessing the “death of democracy” due to the dictatorship of four people. His…

Job situation turned gloomiest in May, Centre not doing enough

Recently the Narendra Modi government announced the Central government would recruit a million people within 18 months. While this sounded big, given the extent of unemployment prevalent in the country as reflected by recent reports, it was too…

No assurance from Govt yet to the 18000 medical students evacuated from Ukraine

18000 Medical students, who were evacuated from war-torn Ukraine by the Indian Government under Operation Ganga are holding a five-day hunger strike in Delhi demanding admission to Indian medical colleges. To save their bleak future…

At 80 per dollar, is the rupee still alive according to our PM?

On 28 May 2013, the Rupee was quoted at Rs 55.97 for 1 USD. Three months later, the Rupee plummeted by 23% to Rs 68.83 to a dollar. Those were the dying months of the…

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