By: Sashwata Saha
Putin has refused to back off despite the sanctions and has warned of "unprecedented consequences" should any Western powers or their allies try to support Ukraine militarily. [...]
In November, when the Pegasus controversy initially broke, the Union government denied that it bought the Israeli-made spyware, allegedly used to infect phones of the BJP? political opponents, critics, human rights activists and journalists country. [...]
Even as 84% of households in India suffered a decline in their income between 2020-21, marked by pandemic driven losses in life and livelihood, the number of billionaires in the country grew to 142 from 102. [...]
Currently, Karnataka is the only state that provides 1% horizontal reservation for transgender people. [...]
The attack took place around 40 minutes after Parliament adjourned, and about 100 members were present in the building. [...]
With crucial state elections only a few months away in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, an announcement of this magnitude was not unexpected. [...]
As punishment, the England and Wales Cricket Board has suspended Yorkshire from hosting any international matches. [...]
The implicit idea was that those who had unaccounted cash with them would be forced to either declare it to the tax authorities or get rid of it. [...]
Samriddhi and Swarna were making a series of investigative reports on attacks by the Hindu right-wing militia on Muslim residences, properties and mosques.
CJ Banerjee is known for consistently seeking accountability from authorities at all levels in their constitutional and statutory duties. [...]
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