Thursday, October 1, 2020

Arka Mondal

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A former open source intelligence analyst with the Indian government, Arka tries to get deeper into every news and bring out the real story. Though a fun loving person, professionalism is his only mantra for success.

Kamduni rape verdict: 3 convicts to be hanged till death

Kolkata: Following a long wait of over two and half years, three of the Kamduni rape convicts were handed death sentences while the three...

5 Bollywood movies based on Indian politics

Politics has always been a major influence in Bollywood. Political rivalries, corruption, and governance have starred in countless Indian movies. The obvious reason behind 'politics' selling like...

Five reasons why cooperatives perform better

With the capitalist powers grabbing control of the economic machinery of India, the poor are getting poorer day by day. While the capitalists focus...

Good governance and its significance

Aiming to build a better India, 25th December is going to be observed as 'good governance day' across the country. In a bid to move...

Five major political events of 2015 that changed Indian politics

New Delhi: 2015 has been the year of comebacks. Whether it was the noodle Maggi which came back and took the market by storm,...

Lack of free market hindering the growth of startups in India

“Capitalism, or more precisely, the free market system, is the most effective way to organize production and distribution that human beings have found”, said...

5 reasons why start-ups fail in India

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s highly publicised venture “Make in India” ushered in a new era in the Indian industrial sector with more and...

Five reasons why Indian languages are getting neglected

There is a growing concern that Indians are gradually getting uprooted from their bases leading to the extinction of a rich varied culture. There are obvious...

When ‘trending’ deaths matter more

While media claims to be the fourth pillar of democracy in India, recent trends in catering news indicates a paradigm shift in the basic...

CBI raids, seals Kejriwal office alleges AAP

New Delhi: In a move that sent shockwaves across India, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday reportedly raided the office of Delhi Chief...

Fire at Infinty Tower raises question on safety norms in offices

Kolkata: The Monday morning fire at Infinity Tower in Sector V of Saltlake, Kolkata, underscored the need for setting up a standard fire safety norms in...

India disrupting Pak-Afghan ties, says Rehman Malik

New Delhi: Former Pakistani interior minister Rehman Malik alleged on Wednesday that India was disrupting the normalcy in the Pak-Afghan bilateral relations. Rehman Malik, who...

Drunk Russian diplomat hits biker, punches police

New Delhi: In a case of drunken driving and road rage, a severely intoxicated diplomat of the Russian embassy hit a motorbike and then...

Tirupati Temple to assist govt gold monetization scheme

New Delhi: In a bid to back Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s gold monetization scheme, the Tirupati Temple would soon deposit idle gold for recycling...

LeT suicide attack ploy busted in New Delhi

New Delhi: NDTV confirmed the news that Delhi Police busted a clandestine plot of the terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) to carry out attacks in...

Saffron custodians of cricket in India

New Delhi: When every cricket lover thought that the cloud shrouding the Indo-Pak bilateral cricket series got cleared, the Sangh Pariwar had the last...

India set to expand trade relations with Iran

New Delhi: A press report in Iran revealed that New Delhi was interested in inking a preferential trade agreement with Tehran once the global embargo...

India strengthening its naval prowess

New Delhi: In a bid to add teeth to the Naval prowess, India is considering to procure three more French Scorpene. While China and...

BJP treats ‘Ram’ as a party cadre, says Nitish

New Delhi: Lambasting the BJP for trying to mislead the people using religion and 'Ram', Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that the party treated...

Indian Navy is ‘totally secular’, says Navy Chief

New Delhi: When the term ‘growing intolerance’ had become a household name in India, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan stated on Thursday that the...

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