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Human rights groups uneasy over proposed police force in Uttar Pradesh

Human rights groups uneasy over proposed police force in Uttar Pradesh

September 16, 2020

Human rights groups say they are considering challenging in courts of law the creation of Uttar Pradesh Special Security Force (UPSSF) being set up by the Uttar Pradesh government as soon as its contours are defined and the rules governing the special force, which seems to have s...

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Ayodhya case: Apex court rules in favour of Hindus

Ayodhya case: Apex court rules in favour of Hindus

November 9, 2019

The verdict for the historic Ayodhya-Babri Masjid dispute was delivered today where the dispute site was alloted to Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, while the government was directed to allot an alternate five acre land to Sunni Waqf Board for mosque within Ayodhya.

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Towards election mode

Towards election mode

July 17, 2018

With over ten months to go, India is furiously marching towards the general elections. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, led by Narendra Modi, has begun to reach out to the world's populous democracy. Can he repeat the success of the 2014 general elections or will he pave the w...

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Triple drubbing for BJP in Rajasthan bypolls

Triple drubbing for BJP in Rajasthan bypolls

February 8, 2018

The BJP lost the by-elections—both the Lok Sabha seats in Alwar and Ajmer, and the Mandalgarh assembly seat—to a resurgent Congress.There were more than half a dozen reasons as to why BJP lost in this western State.

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V for Vice-President, V for Venkaiah

V for Vice-President, V for Venkaiah

August 1, 2017

Coming Saturday, August 5, India will have a new vice-president. Veteran BJP leader and former Union Cabinet minister Muppavarapu Venkaiah Naidu— the ruling National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) nominee for vice-presidential election— is seen as the frontrunner to succeed Mo...

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Ban against Triple Talaq Gains Momentum in India

Ban against Triple Talaq Gains Momentum in India

March 19, 2017

Indian Muslim Women rise against the medieval practice of triple talaq.

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Red carpet for foreign funds

Red carpet for foreign funds

June 21, 2016

The Government of India announced liberalisation of the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) system by easing norms for a couple of important sectors including defence, food retail, aviation and pharmaceuticals.

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