Gandhi: Bapu, Fakir, and Statesman

Gandhi: Bapu, Fakir, and Statesman

For over three decades, India’s movement for independence was largely non-violent despite the atrocities of the British.
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Article 370 and 35(A) explained

Article 370 and 35(A) explained

With Home Minister Amit Shah revoking Article 370 and Article 35(A) which gives Jammu & Kashmir special rights and privileges, the Narendra Modi government has ticked off Kashmir issue from its 2019 election manifesto. Over a period of time, few...
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First 50 days of Modi 2.0

First 50 days of Modi 2.0

Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar presented the report card of the first 50 days of Modi 2.0 and said that “speed, skill, and scale” dominated the first 50 days of the government. He described various policies and programmes...
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What is happening in Sudan?

What is happening in Sudan?

Caricature of a 22-year-old Alaa Salah leading protests in Sudan “A civilian government or a revolution forever.” This powerful slogan echoed in the streets of Sudan, one of the poorest countries in the African continent. In 1989, Islamist-backed military ...
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Odisha: India’s disaster-ready state

Odisha: India’s disaster-ready state

In 1999, the super-cyclone in Odisha claimed 10,000 lives. Since then, the state has emerged as a role model in disaster preparedness and management. For its relief management, the government, NGOs, and civil society groups in the state received applauds...
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Central Govt. retires 12 corrupt officials

Central Govt. retires 12 corrupt officials

In a move to clean up the bureaucracy, the central government on Monday retired twelve senior government officials; including principal commissioners, commissioner of the Income Tax Department and a chief commissioner. These officials were facing cases of sexu...
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Sikkim’s Steady Progression in Development

Sikkim’s Steady Progression in Development

In the last 25 years, the Sikkim government, led by Chamling has been at the forefront of development and eradicating poverty from the state.
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AK-203 Kalashnikov to be made in India through the Indo-Russian Joint Venture

AK-203 Kalashnikov to be made in India through the Indo-Russian Joint Venture

In February, the government of Russia in collaboration with India signed an inter-governmental agreement (IGA) to manufacture AK-203 in India.
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Centre Launches Panic Button to ensure Women’s Safety

Centre Launches Panic Button to ensure Women’s Safety

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and WCD Minister Maneka Gandhi jointly launched the panic button with emergency number to ensure women's safety. The initiative was launched with Rs 321.69 crore under the Nirbhaya Fund.
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Delhi Government Schools at par With Private Schools

Delhi Government Schools at par With Private Schools

With a 90.68 pass percentage, government schools have outperformed theprivate schools through AAP's tremendous changes in the education sector.
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