‘If power comes in the hands of a new alliance for power by breaking the party, then I would not like to touch such power with tongs.’ This part of the speech of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is being used once again to show a mirror to the BJP on May 28, 1996, … Read moreModi and Shah throw Vajpayee’s ‘tongs’ in the trash
Social worker Aruna Roy’s new book ‘RTI Kaise Aay’ was released at Press Club on Friday evening. This book is a document of the beginning of the movement for the right to information and its journey. The Hindi version of this book has been printed by Rajkamal Prakashan and translated by senior journalist Abhishek Srivastava. … Read moreResponsibility of democracy should be not only political but also social
The Cannes Film Festival, which began on May 8 of this month, ended on Saturday. Filmmakers gathered from all over the world, people associated with the film business and film journalists must have returned to their countries. Soon, the films shown in this festival will reach the audience through the festival of various cities of … Read moreUnseen actresses absent on the spot on the red carpet
Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who was seen excited within an hour of BS Yeddyurappa’s resignation, addressed the press conference in Delhi. This was his first press conference after the dismal performance of the Congress in the Karnataka Assembly elections. The purpose of the press conference was not hidden from anyone, because Rahul Gandhi was absent … Read moreCongressman wins Karnataka’s trial
Crude oil prices have not yet jumped in international markets as much as in the year 2013-14, but during that time the BJP had filled the country with posters – “Diesel petrol hit on a lot of people, now BJP government.” Was angry. The reason was the same today, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan was counting. … Read moreThis silence is telling that the prices of petrol have not increased, but have decreased
Jeevanjyot Singh, a resident of Jammu, is a 27-year-old mechanical engineer. He is a project manager in a construction company. A combative worker is hiding behind his smiling face. He is ready to help the people suffering from accidents and disasters. Whenever humanitarian assistance is needed, Singh remains there. He takes leave from his work … Read moreAngel of Jammu Kashmir among Rohingya refugees
Summit meetings of heads of state and heads of government are never without agenda or context. Such meetings have special objectives and they are held in the shadow of the situation of the country. The Indian Prime Minister’s meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin immediately after the much-discussed meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and … Read moreFirst Jinping then Putin, what is Majra?
Exactly 15 years ago, in the summer of 2003, Lal Krishna Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee made tireless efforts to bring Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) into the national alliance before the elections. In return, there was talk of the BJP supporting the BSP when there was a hung assembly in Uttar Pradesh. This alliance was … Read moreCongress-BSP: call for Karnataka, coalition needed
In Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu, 9 people died in police firing on the protesters on Tuesday. The protesters were demanding the closure of the Sterlite Copper factory. There have also been reports of injuries to many people in this firing. Local residents were agitating against this factory for the last three months. The agitators have alleged … Read moreTuticorin Scandal: Where is the government in the struggle between Vedanta and the villagers?
According to a report released on Tuesday by Amnesty International, the armed Rohingya group massacred Hindus in Rakhine, Myanmar last year. According to this report, a Rohingya armed group named Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) killed 99 Hindu women, men and children and also kidnapped some Hindus. Human rights organization Amnesty has reported in its … Read moreAmnesty International: Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army had massacred Hindus