Editorial

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Nov 10th, 2019
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The Supreme Court on Saturday, in a historic verdict, paved the way for the construction of a Ram Mandir at the disputed site in Ayodhya, blocking the more than a century-old case and arranging that the holy city Five acres of optional land should be given for the mosque. The court said that the disputed 2.77 acres of land will now remain with the receiver of the centr...
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Sep 30th, 2019
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India has successfully revoked the special status to J&K under article 370 and converted the state into two Union Territories. This was one of the oldest unresolved issues of independent India and the root cause of many hurdles, stopping the full integration of Jammu & Kashmir with India. It was also one of the reasons why Jammu & Kashmir are not at par wit...
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Aug 20th, 2019
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During the election 2018, Rahul Gandhi on 25 March guaranteed the minimum income (NYAY – Minimum Income Scheme) of Rs.27, 000 per year to 20% of the poor families, which has been given the name of ‘NYAY’. From where this idea comes, a small brief … Every government that comes after independence spread widely Attempts to remove the problem of poverty o...
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Jul 28th, 2019
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The Modi’s agenda has given priority to the modernization of the defense forces of the country. Even before, he signed a number of new major arms deals, which led to his opposition to China and Pakistan. Member states have to give a part of their gross domestic product to finance NATO, after which the major non-NATO allies and NATO allies will join the strategic ...
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Jun 23rd, 2019
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Nirmala Sitharaman Masters in Economics from JNU the first women full time Finance Minister is ready her first Budget 2019 soon. The strong mandate have shown the calibre of Indian people say “hain taiyaar hum” (we are ready) for any reform to see India on top, and same calibre the people of India expect from their minister as well   On the economic front, the pub...
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Apr 20th, 2019
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In the general elections, national security emerging as an important issue. It was not expected to happen and it was argued that the current elections will be fought mainly on issues of unemployment and jobs as well as issues of farmers. At present, there is no evidence that the Indian voter will choose the next government on the basis of the national security credenti...
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Mar 14th, 2019
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However, whenever India crossed the border before this, India tried to deliver the same message that we did not want to take such steps to target the Pakistani army and citizen of Pakistan Terrorist attacks on Indian citizens and Indian army are carried out on Pakistan’s assassination. Pakistan is a sponsor of these terrorist attacks since 80’s This time, the Min...
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Mar 10th, 2019
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While campaigning for 2017 Gujrat election, Congress President raised the issue of Rafale deal to attack NDA the Modi led government. He repeated the allegations of price escalation and favoritism towards Reliance Defense Limited Notwithstanding the Supreme Court’s verdict and CAG report, the Congress repeated its allegations of corruption against the government ...
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Feb 20th, 2019
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Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud arrived on a two-day visit to India on Tuesday where Prime Minister Narendra Modi separating himself from the protocol and received him at the airport. Saudi Arabia’s Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who came to India’s first bilateral visit, receives a ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati...
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Jan 20th, 2018
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When I have started writing this editorial, I am in the anguish of the Uttar Pradesh incident. Every child is important for the country.The angst of parents could not sum up in a word like the pain of the nation as well in words. We all know the nation has lost would – be engineers, doctors, entrepreneurs, scientist, bureaucrats and politician etc. every year eit...