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Captain Amarinder Singh Announced A New Party, “I Will Field A Candidate Against Sidhu”

Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday announced that he is forming his own political party. The former chief minister said, he will soon announce the party's name and symbol once the Election Commission approves it. At a press conference in Chandigarh, Amarinder Singh said, "The party will be formed after getting clearance from the Election Commission and my lawyers are working on it." Captain Amarinder Singh also counted the achievements of his government in Punjab for 4.5 years and shared it with everyone in the press conference. Captain Amarinder Singh said, "When the time comes, we will contest all the 117 assembly seats. Whether it is under alliance with any party or has to field its candidates on all seats." Talking about Punjab Congress Presid...

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Terror Funding Case: Special NIA Court Sentenced 4 Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorists

The Special Court of Patiala House has sentenced four terrorists of the Pakistani terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) to rigorous imprisonment for carrying out terrorist activities in India through terror funding. Among them, Muhammad Saifi Shah and Muzaffar Ahmed Dar were sentenced to 12 years imprisonment and Talib Lali and Mushtaq Ahmed Lone were sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and fined. The convicts had accepted all the charges against them on September 27. The court of Special Judge Parveen Singh had convicted the four on October 4. Also read: Uttar Pradesh Elections: SP Has Prepared A Special ‘Chakravyuh’ To Implicate BJP, Will It Be Successful? The National Security Agency (NIA) had alleged that Hizbul Mujahideen was regularly receiving funds from neighborin...

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The Facebook Papers Expose: Greed Of Tech Giants

What Is Facebook Papers Now?On Monday (October 25) a consortium of American and European news organizations began to put out content that analyzed and exposed thousands of pages of internal company documents of Facebook. The documents were obtained by the former Facebook employee and whistleblower Frances Haugen.  Some of the stories and analyses have been drawn from the redacted versions of disclosures presented to the US Congress in the ongoing proceedings. The said consortium had accessed these redacted documents. Journalists from an array of big and small newsrooms worked together to access and then analyze the documents used for the exposè. A huge tranche of internal documents was obtained by whistleblower Frances Haugen. The series of articles that have been put out since M...

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Salman Khurshid Claimed, “Supreme Court Verdict On Ayodhya Dispute Rejected The Idea Of ​​Hindu Rashtra”

Former Union Law Minister and senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has said in his new book that the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya dispute has refused to accept the idea of 'Hindu Rashtra'. Along with this the ability of the Apex Court to practically deal with religiously sensitive cases in a secular system has been enhanced. Khurshid's new book 'Sunrise Over Ayodhya: Nationhood in Our Times' became available on Monday. In this, the historic verdict of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case of 2019 has been explained in detail. Khurshid has told through this book that the Supreme Court had struck a delicate balance between the use of judicial principles and the healing wounds of civilization. Khurshid wrote that the Supreme Court may have liked the Hindu side marginal...

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Indian Government Targets Global Firms For Manufacturing Battery Locally, Says Reports

In an attempt to establish a domestic supply chain, the Indian government is planning to pitch with global firms. Companies like Samsung, Tesla, LG Energy have been encouraged to invest in local manufacturing. One of the government officials said that India is going to host five road shows next month in order to convince them. These road shows would be organized in countries like the United States, Germany, France, South Korea, and Japan. Hesitance among global firms India intends to invest $4.6 billion in incentives to firms, to encourage them to set up better manufacturing facilities here. Tesla, Samsung, and LG Energy are among the list of invited companies. The other companies include Northvolt, Panasonic, and Toshiba. Some local players in the sector like Reliance Industr...

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