Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah have been accusing the Lingayat agitators in Karnataka of dividing the Hindu community. His charge is centered on the Congress, which is committed to granting minority status to the worshipers of 12th century philosopher Basavanna. These allegations of the BJP have been denied from … Read more“I am an Indian, Kannadiga and Lingayat,” said Kalburgi’s son
Our meeting was being postponed again and again. This went on for months. Sometimes you are out, sometimes I am not. Some times this happened due to your father’s unfortunate health. The distance from your house to our office in Hauz Khas will be just one to one and a half kilometers. But this small … Read moreThat was the agreement between you
In view of the Election Code of Conduct, the campaigning period for the Karnataka Assembly elections ended on Thursday evening. Now the people of this state are voting today to choose their next government. Representatives are to be elected for the 223 seats in the state. There will be no voting due to the death … Read moreThe result of Karnataka will decide the picture of 2019 Lok Sabha
As early as six o’clock on Saturday evening, the curtains of most of the news channels arose from Bigul, Dundubhi. It was the end of voting in Karnataka, it was also the time to screen its educated, uneducated, semi-educated surveys. The reason for saying this is that many issues such as facticity of most surveys … Read moreExit poll of Karnataka: BJP somewhere, Congress somewhere
After the communal violence in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, the situation in Aurangabad was seen to be normal. In this violence, 2 people were killed and 45 others were injured due to stone pelting and petrol bomb. The controversy over the tap connection in Motiranjana Mosque of Aurangabad is being cited as the reason for the violence. … Read moreNormal life after communal violence in Aurangabad
35-year-old Ram Pravesh (name changed), living in Samastipur Town, Bihar, was addicted to alcohol. In the year 2016, when the Bihar government implemented the prohibition of alcohol, they found it difficult to deal with their addiction. Under the stress of addiction, Ram Pravesh started looking for alternatives to alcohol. Someone had said that painkillers (pen … Read more‘Udta Bihar’: Ground report on intoxication after prohibition
The common perception of the enlightened residents about the Uttar Pradesh Police is that the police here can do anything, provided they want to. The matter is of intention, not of action. Such incidents are also rare where the intentions of the police-administration are very serious from the beginning and in the officers’ plea, from … Read moreWas the police’s reaction to the murder of Sachin Walia pre-decided?
During the Bengal Panchayat elections on Monday, large-scale violence took place between activists of various parties. In this, 14 people, including the CPI (M), BJP and Congress – mainly activists of opposition parties lost their lives. Many journalists have also been injured due to political violence. Not only this, Kamakhya Das of the Bengali media … Read moreP. Bengal Panchayat elections: Mamta Banerjee’s sacrifice in killing democracy
In December last year, US President Donald Trump announced the concerns of the international community and the sentiments of the Palestinians that Jerusalem was Israel’s capital and that the US would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem soon. On Monday, May 14, the US Embassy in Jerusalem was inaugurated formally. More than 700 … Read moreAmerican Embassy in Jerusalem inaugurated on 59 corpses!
Flipkart is about to buy American company Walmart. The deal is finalized. Walmart is the world’s largest company by revenue. Many news related to this deal is going on continuously. There is also a news that this will be India’s largest foreign direct investment so far. But this is not true. The reason for this … Read moreFlipkart-Walmart deal: Why Flipkart acquisition is right