COVID Lockdown Made Indian Billionaires 35% Richer as Rest of the Country Faced Employment Cutbacks: Oxfam Report
By: Sashwata Saha
The report also points out that the profits made by the top 11 billionaires during the pandemic can sustain the MNREGS and the national public health structure for a decade.
The event was a mix of online and offline shows, an idea that has become increasingly popular as lockdowns around the globe wear down. The Toronto International Film Festival was the first to come up with the format. [...]
Unprecedentedly, the turf struggle has seen the professors seeking government intervention. The IIMs are known for their distaste of government interference.
CEO Sundar Pichai wrote in his blog that $100 million would be slated for NGOs such as the WHO and the remainder for health agencies working with underserved communities.
By: Tina Agarwal
While Section 354 of the IPC entails a minimum of one-year imprisonment for sexual assault, the POCSO Act entails minimum imprisonment of three years. [...]
On January 10, just before midnight, the entire country experienced a blackout that, in most urban areas, lasted for 18 hours. In other less privileged areas, the blackout still continues even as the government rushes to fix the problem and launches an investigation into the event.
But most importantly -- will he? After all his time as the Vice saw the Obama administration cheering the Big Tech on. [...]
Over the course of more than 26 years, Larry King taped over 60,000 episodes for his show "Larry King: Live". He was the only TV show host to have interviewed every sitting president from Gerald Ford to Barack Obama.
As Subhas Bose turns 125, we take a moment to introspect what is it about the man's legacy that befuddles politicians around the country. Today is actually his 124th birth anniversary, being born in 1897. But why then is the country celebrating it as the 125th?
Siddique Kappan and three others had been going to Hathras to report on the alleged gang-rape of a Dalit woman. They were arrested following an apparent tip about "suspicious people" from locals.
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