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“Minorities Have Seen ‘Real Change’ In Last Seven Years,” Feels Union Minister Naqvi; Deets Inside

Amidst the caste and religion dice being thrown by political parties in the election environment, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that some parties keep secularism as a means of political convenience and do political deceit with the basic spirit of the Constitution. However, this is a constitutional commitment for the BJP. The BJP is following the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, whereas for some parties it has been limited to the development of their own leaders. Addressing the workers of BJP Minorities Morcha, Naqvi appealed to them to expose these parties by example. On Sunday, there was a meeting of the National Executive of the BJP Minority Morcha. In its inaugural address, Naqvi was an attacker on the opposition. He said, “In 75 years of independence, 75 chess tric...

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PM Modi Will Attend G-20 And COP-26; Have A Look At The Agenda Behind This Visit?

When PM Modi is on two global forums later this week and early next week, he is expected to discuss a united global approach to tackle the current situation in Afghanistan and the challenges posed by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic. Will insist All these issues are very important for India's economic and strategic interests. Prime Minister Modi will be on a visit to Italy and Britain from October 29 to November 2. In Italy, PM Modi will participate in the G-20 meeting, while in Britain he will participate in the 26th Conference of the United Nations (COP-26) organized by the United Nations on Climate Change. During his visit, PM Modi will have bilateral meetings with Italian PM Mario Draghi, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and some other important leaders. Prio...

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Light Goes Out On Women First; Let’s Explore Why And How?

Coal, fuel and electricity are running short and getting dearer in India and the world. It’s a good time to look at our collective crises from a gendered perspective. Picture this: There has been no power for 24 hours now. The days prior to this blackout were no cakewalk either. Hardly 2-4 hours of electricity in a day for several months now. Children’s education cannot be compromised. Husband’s job cannot be compromised. The household’s basic health and hygiene cannot be compromised. The lady of the house now plans all household chores around the few hours of electricity supply. Remember, in the absence of electrical appliances, her work has more than doubled.  Picture this: An international bottle-neck in crude oil supply is driving up cooking fuel prices. At home the gas...

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Check Out Why Did Varun Gandhi Question Yogi Government On Agricultural Policies?

Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Pilibhit in Uttar Pradesh, Varun Gandhi has been advising the Yogi government of UP for a long time continuously on the issue of farmers. Along with writing letters to the UP government, he often draws attention to the issues of farmers by tweeting etc. On Saturday too, Varun tweeted on the issue related to the neglect of farmers in the mandis regarding paddy crop in Uttar Pradesh. On Saturday, Varun Gandhi tweeted a video of a farmer and wrote, "Farmer Samodh Singh of Uttar Pradesh was roaming in the mandis to sell his paddy crop for the last 15 days, when the paddy was not sold, he was disappointed in it. set himself on fire. Where has this system brought the farmers to stand? The need of the hour is to rethink agriculture policy." Read more: Light G...

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The Two Seasons Of Uttarakhand: Pilgrimage Season And Disaster Season

Making sense of the incessant spate of disasters in the Himalayan state. Uttarakhand as a naturally disaster prone state made worse by reckless human activities. Kedarnath temple in Uttarakhand On good days Uttarakhand is in the news for high-profile visitors thronging the state seeking spiritual rejuvenation. Political faces like PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi, and many others have walked up its winding, paved paths leading up to its famed Kedarnath temple.  On bad days, the state is buried under landslides or submerged under floodwaters. On such days, the same high-profile visitors are back in the state on choppers, aerially surveying the extent of the damage. Life in Uttarakhand looks like a seamless dance between profound spiritual existence and climatic tragedies of epic propor...

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