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Before election, Mamata playing illegal Bangladeshi immigrants card

By Amitava Mukherjee New Delhi: A dangerous situation may arise in the country if Mamata Banerjee's demand for granting citizenship to Bangladeshi immigrants living in India...

Aham Bhaktam: the dimensions of Bhakts on political spectrum

Kishore Asthana The word ‘Bhakt’ has been lately made an epithet by some on the left side of our current political divide. This is dismaying....

Eminent people write to Modi seeking arrest of Rajasthan’s BJP MLA Kanwarlal Meena

New Delhi: Over 150 eminent personalities on Saturday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, seeking arrest of Rajasthan...

Dalit children burnt alive: Whither is humanity?

Humanity failed again on Tuesday in Haryana’s Sun Perh village when these two angels were burnt alive allegedly by members of an upper caste community.

Patel quota demand: A genuine need or a political game? 

By Vishakha Mathur With the agitation at its peak and violence rising every day, one begets the question on what all this is about and...

BJP’s membership drive in Jharkhand runs out of steam

The ruling BJP's much-hyped campaign to add hundreds of thousands of new members in Jharkhand seems to have run out of steam. The Maha Sampark...

Can’t base India’s heritage on politics: Modi

Jammu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said the nation's heritage is common to all and it cannot be divided based on political affiliations.  He...

Two PAN numbers: Wonder if Smriti Irani is paying double the tax

New Delhi: After being involved in several controversies around her educational qualification, another controversy has surfaced regarding Human Resource and Development Minister Smriti Irani....

CBI questioning Dayanidhi Maran over phone-lines misuse

New Delhi: The CBI on Wednesday grilled former communications minister Dayanidhi Maran for over seven hours in a case against him for installing over 700...

From battling ground to home ground: If hunger strike fails, ex-servicemen will march for OROP

By Ishan Kukreti The current NDA government is drawing fire from many quarters. After students, former military men are protesting against the government for delaying...

Burundi Crisis: Impoverished African nation weeps as no one shows interest in this nowhere land

One thing can be said for the crisis unfolding in Burundi over the past month and a half: it has put this small impoverished East African nation, which most Israelis cannot locate on a map, into the international news cycle.

Somnath Chatterjee calls Sushma Swaraj’s act of helping Lalit Modi an “embarrassment”

Kolkata: Calling for her sacking, former Lok Sabha speaker, Somnath Chatterjee on Tuesday said, External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj helping former IPL chief Lalit...

Tomar admits forgery after a week of being in custody

By NewsGram Staff Writer After a week of getting arrested for submitting fake academic records, Former Delhi Law Minister, Jitender Singh Tomar finally confessed to...

NRI votes in panchayat, municipal polls can cater to change: Congress

Panaji: NRIs can participate in democracy in the true sense only after they are allowed to vote in grassroots elections of representative bodies like...

Congress expresses demand for Sushma Swaraj’s resignation

New Delhi: In the wake of allegations that External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj helped former IPL chief Lalit Modi in leaving India, the Congress on...

Politics over Garbage: AAP, BJP launch cleanliness drive in Delhi

By NewsGram Staff Writer New Delhi: A day after protesting, sanitation workers of East and North Delhi called off their strike over non-payment of salaries, which...

Art has always been linked with politics, says art historian Kavita Singh

By Nishtha Dr Kavita Singh, an art historian and a professor at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University recently delivered a lecture...

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