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Was This May Day, The Worst Day For Labour?

Amidst the pandemic, the Parliamentary Committee on Labour, submitted its report on the 23rd April, a week before the May …

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#Remembering A Legend : Our One And Only Chuni Goswami

” Chuni Goswami is no more” a cousin informed me last night from Kolkata . I felt a deep sense …

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COVID-19 And Its Menacing Shadow On The Sporting Arena

The outbreak of the coronavirus from China has left the world numbed and left countries struggling to battle the unforeseen …

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COVID-19 Outbreak An Eyeopener, Pertinent Now To Have A National Health Policy For Everyone

The redeeming feature of India’s encounter with Coronavirus Pandemic since March 2019 is the Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading the …

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The Quandary In The North-East , Indigenous Or Autochthonous ?

  The reported recommendation of the committee appointed by the center to suggest measures to implement clause 6 of the …

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China-Pakistan Bonhomie In The Time of Coronavirus

Just a few days after Pakistan president Arif Alvi’s visit to China, where he shook hands with Xi Jinping in …

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How An Unknown Coronavirus Resulted In Mass Exodus

THE second decade of the 21st century has seen an unprecedented event; you may call it a scare, you may …

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When The Khiladi Left Shahenshah , Baadshah , Dabangg And God Of Cric

By donating a whopping Rs 25 crores to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s PM-Cares Fund to fight COVID – 19 …

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#Congress Crisis: Time To Empower The Young, Look Beyond The Gandhi’s

File Picture The dramatic exit of Jyotiraditya Scindia from the Congress and subsequently joining the BJP has once again brought …

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Team India’s Listless Showing In New Zealand, Time For Reality Check

Having won the T20 series 5-0 against New Zealand, Team India under Virat kohli got off to a fine start …

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