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Wisconsin State Assembly urges Indian government to reconsider its decision on the 3 farm laws

Voicing his support for the farmers’ protest in India, the Speaker of Wisconsin State Assembly has urged the Indian government to reconsider its decision on the three farm laws and listen to the concerns of the affected farmers.

Oxford’s COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca to be a game-changer for India

India is stated to have already manufactured more than 50 million of the AstraZeneca vaccines. UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is set to grant the Oxford University vaccine against coronavirus (COVID-19)

Nineteen-year-old Hathras victim was gang-raped, murdered: CBI

The CBI on Friday filed a charge sheet against four accused persons for the gang rape and murder of a Dalit woman in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras in September. 

Haryana action against Punjab farmers protest march to Delhi reminds of Indira Gandhi regime of 1980

 A group of intellectuals from Punjab in a joint statement issued here on Wednesday appealed to the regional and opposition parties of the country to support the farmers’ march and press the Modi government against adopting the dictatorial attitude vis-à-vis farm acts.

Republic TV editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami in police custody for interrogation

Republic TV editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami was detained by Mumbai police on Wednesday morning in connection with alleged abetment to suicide criminal case filed against him and two others in 2018. 

Pogrom of Sikhs after assassination of Indira Gandhi laid the foundation of today’s Hindutva Fascism: Sikh Intellectuals

The Sikh Intellectuals have appealed to the Sikhs that there was a  need to join the struggles of socially and politically depressed and other like-minded peoples striving to establish a truly federal set-up tuned to pluralism and nationalistic aspirations of different cultural entities living in the Indian sub-continent.

Anti-Farmer Act is testimony of ‘despotic’ rule in India

Farmers in India have been protesting fervently ever since three controversial farm bills were passed without much debate in Parliament.

Singling-out of minorities is new normal in Shah-Modis’ India

India is surely changing under the present regime Right Hindu Wing, Narendra Modi’s Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP), wherein it has become quite a normal routine for Hindutva vigilantes to use threatening and unpleasant annotations against minorities in general 

Two lakh Indian waiting aboard to be evacuated:MoE

 India to evacuate its citizens stranded abroad following sudden lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of Novel Coronavirus. After more than 40 days of lockdown, the Government has made some relief for its citizens inside the country and has decided to bring home its stranded citizen.

India and Pakistan agreement on Kartarpur corridor: A welcome step

Kartarpur Corridor is a unique link between two countries, India and Pakistan. It’s a novel example not available anywhere in the world where natives from one country will enter its neighbour country territory, without a visa and without a passport.

Dera Sirsa no more a deciding force in Haryana elections

The Dera Sacha Sauda, was once a powerful sect with its capacity to impact the victories of many political light weights to heavy weights with millions of its committed and dedicated followers in two states-Punjab and Haryana-.

Three IAS officer resigned for stripping human rights in J&K

Three Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officers, attending to their conscience call, have resigned from services, over curtailing of freedom of people of in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), after the abrogation of Article 370.

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