Politics

Interview with Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir, Deputy Head, Mission of Iceland to India

Interview with Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir, Deput

October 31, 2022

Iceland is keen to strengthen business ties with India and is looking forward to an early conclusion of the ongoing negotiations for a free trade agreement between India and EFTA, of which it is a part. Kristín Anna Tryggvadóttir deputy head of mission of Iceland to India tells...

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Tribals’ Struggle for Independence Continues

Tribals’ Struggle for Independence Continues

August 14, 2022

Though India has completed 75 years of independence, the situation of the tribal community in the country has hardly changed, instead in many ways, it has become worse. Numbering over 104 million or 8.6 pc of the total population of India, the tribals have been oppressed, their l...

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Siege of Silger: Determined tribals take on Big Business

Siege of Silger: Determined tribals take on Big Bu

July 19, 2022

A fact finding committee of journalists and activists has released a report on the ongoing Siege of Silger in Chhattisgarh and the vocal year-long protest by tribals living in the tiny village against the presence of CRPF forces that have set up numerous camps on the tribals’ l...

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Shinzo Abe: Longest serving PM of Japan shot dead

Shinzo Abe: Longest serving PM of Japan shot dead

July 8, 2022

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe died hours after being shot twice while campaigning in Nara in Japan.

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How shopkeepers react to meat ban in Delhi

How shopkeepers react to meat ban in Delhi

April 7, 2022

Mixed response from meat sellers in Delhi as controversy rages on whether meat sales should be stopped during Navratri, a Hindu festival lasting nine days. While some shops remain open, some say they have been shutting down for Navratri for years. *Disclaimer- Sensitive Content

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Vendors at Singhu border market support farmers despite disruptions

Vendors at Singhu border market support farmers de

January 4, 2021

It has been one month since the farmers have been protesting at Singhu border. One look at the protest site is enough to know that the farmers are well prepared. The protest has disrupted life at Singhu border and neighbouring areas due to blocked roads. The once flourishing mark...

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