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Centre's move to form NITI Aayog scuttles SP Mookerjee's plan

The decision by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to abolish the Planning Commission and replace it with the National Institute for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog stupefied many, including veterans in the BJP. The move is believed to part of ... Hindustan Times, 8 hours ago

Red bastion JNU takes up the broom again

Politics, protests and campaigns are not new to the Jawaharlal Nehru University but ahead of the Delhi Assembly election on February 7, there seems to be visible hyper-activity of AAP sympathisers on the campus. Several teachers and students of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Indian Express

Tele scope: The Delhi debate

Once Bedi joined the BJP and had been elevated to its chief ministerial candidate on Monday night, Kejriwal challenged her to a debate. So it's AK-47 versus KB's 66mm pistol. Even before Arvind Kejriwal (47 years old this year) and Kiran Bedi (66) ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
ABC Radio Australia

India-Pakistan relations deteriorate after New Delhi orders airline sell property

BRENDAN TREMBATH: Authorities in India have ordered the Pakistani airline which operates the only air link between the two countries to dispose of its offices in New Delhi. It's the latest move in the deteriorating relationship between the South ...
 ABC Online1 week ago India-Pakistan relations on edge after Delhi orders airline to close offices  ABC Radio Australia1 week ago India-Pakistan relations tense after Delhi orders airline out  ABC Online1 week ago
International Business Times India

Security experts say convergence with US on extradition of Tahawwur Hussain Rana unlikely

+ New Delhi, Dec 28 (ANI): Security experts on Sunday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would have to find a way to demand extradition of Tahawwur Hussain Rana from the US during President Barack Obama's visit for Republic Day ...
 International Business Times India1 month ago Security Experts on Nawaz Sharif asking President Obama to raise Kashmir issue on India visit  International Business Times India2 months ago

The return of AAP

Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal (Photo: PTI/File) History and newspapers have a tendency to side with victors. When a new regime comes into being, it is declared a fait accompli, an inevitability. All that the citizen can do is to accept the ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

The return of AAP

AAP smelt of the future, of hope as it was minted in sheer idealism of the time. What made AAP ultra was not the publicised leadership, but a merging of two generations which constituted the rank and file of the party. It had a seasoned generation ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

They Did What They Liked: Chevron and Dow on Trial

They want me to be bankrupt, they want my wife to leave me, they want me to jump off a building, says Steven Donziger, a lawyer based in New York City whose team won an unprecedented judgment against Chevron in 2011. That year, an Ecuadorean court ...
 Dissent Magazine1 month ago

Narendra Modi attracts thousands of supporters in Sydney

MARK COLVIN: As Australia's Parliament stood to applaud the speech by Chinese president, Xi Jinping, India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, was attracting thousands of supporters in Sydney. Mr Modi is the first Indian prime minister to visit ...
 ABC Online2 months ago
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