Much is being written these days about the functioning of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Capital and the way the Congress is being run across the nation.
But that is no reason why the ruling party at the Centre should be left off the (...)
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If I were to award marks to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his two-year governance, I would give him four out of 10. I wouldn’t fail him because he did not officially pursue the Hindutva programme and yet allowed the RSS and Bajrang Dal, both (...)
by Garima Mani Tripathi
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by Sudhanshu Tripathi
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by Amitava Mukherjee
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The following is the Report of a Fact-finding Team on Chhattisgarh for which the Chhattisgarh Government is trying to harass the team members.
A delegation comprising Sanjay Parate, Secretary, State CPI-M; Vineet Tiwari, Joshi-Adhikari (...)
The following is the text of the two letters sent by CPI General Secretary S. Sudhakar Reddy to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh on the police treatment meted out to a fact-finding team to Chhattisgarh.
I am (...)
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A new Planning Commission has been announced with practically a combination of new and old members. Prof Madhu Dandavate is the new Deputy Chairman, as the Prime Minister continues to be the Chairman. When Narasimha Rao, by (...)
by JAYANTA KUMAR DAB
However expensive and expansive a building may be, it gets old and dilapidated with the passage of time, with the plaster peeling off and the roof on the verge of carving in, endangering the lives beneath it. (...)
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