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BJP’s nemesis: The politics of paranoia

A friend of mine, a major writer, in his eighties, loves India in a way few of this generation can. For him, India is a memory, a history, a sensorium, a civilisation, and he would add that the nation-state as an idea is an arriviste, a latecomer not quite cosmopolitan as the other concepts. 1,035 more words

India to be a $1 trillion digital economy in 4 years: Ravi Shankar Prasad

A high level meeting was organised in the national capital to understand on how to achieve a US $1 trillion digital economy within four years by creating affordable technology and an inclusive environment. 351 more words


Billing for 800,000 affected as ransomware hits power company in Bengal

However, Wannacry has proved less severe than anticipated in Asia

The global Ransomware Attack has affected several computers of a state power distribution company in West Bengal but the central government computer system has largely escaped, officials said on Monday. 197 more words

I-T dept strikes Lalu Prasad Yadav's partners in Rs 1,000cr benami bargains

NEW DELHI: The Income Tax division on Tuesday done assaults at 22 areas in Delhi-NCR on organizations and individuals related with RJD boss Lalu Prasad Yadav in association with benami arrive deals+ worth Rs 1,000 crore. 167 more words

Mr Minister, Muslims need equality not your 'proper sanctity'

On Friday, last week, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad stated that the government of the day has given “proper sanctity” to Muslims despite the fact that they do not vote for the Bharatiya Janata Party. 618 more words

दो साल से नोटबंदी पर काम चल रहा था

पटना, (जेपी चौधरी) : भारत की विकास और देश को ईमानदार बनाने की दिशा में नोटबंदी एक कारगर कदम है। प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी देश को बहुत ताकतवर बनाने को कटिबद्घ है और प्रधानमंत्री ने जो ठान लिया वह होकर ही रहेगा। गरीब और अमिर की बीच की खाईयां कम होगी। कुछ लोग बैंक में कतार […]

When will judiciary fill up the 4,937 vacancies in lower courts?

New Delhi, Nov 28 The war of words between the union government and the judiciary was out once again in the open. While Chief Justice of India, T S Thakur blamed the government for delaying the filling up of 442 judicial vacancies in the High Courts. 24 more words

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