By: Sashwata Saha
Farmers from Punjab and Haryana were stopped by the police on their way to Delhi. Police attacked them with tear gas and water cannons, yet, the dissent continues. [...]
The US-based digital company had launched its Indian edition in 2014. Its closure is being seen as the first tangible effect of the Centre's new laws capping FDI in digital news media platforms at 26%. [...]
In his first press conference since being elected by popular votes, Biden reiterated that his Presidency "will not be a third Obama term."
The Grand Old Man of Assamese politics passed away on Monday following post-COVID-19 complications. [...]
Police sources say that the accountant was acting as a middleman for a high ranking IRS officer in parking state funds in private businesses.
In the last 24 hours, 584 people lost their lives to the virus across the country.
The resignation came following protests by the Opposition regarding an FIR against Mewalal Choudhary accusing him of fraud during his time at the state agricultural university.[...]
The poet was shifted to the Navnati hospital on November 18 and is expected to appear for his bail hearing on December 3. [...]
Rao's family had cited his deteriorating health as the primary reason for his release. [...]
The application was filed seeking permission to allow a straw and sipper to be given to Swamy as he suffers from Parkinson's disease and is unable to hold glasses provided to him by the jail. Previously, the court had denied Swamy bail on grounds that he was taking advantage of the pandemic. [...]
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