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Adityanath Pitches For Revival Of Water Bodies, Claims Revived

Adityanath Pitches For Revival Of Water Bodies, Claims Revived "60 Rivers"

Many development blocks of the state were categorised as dark zones due to a sharp drop in the groundwater levels, he said, adding steps are being taken to bring them back to normalcy.

22 July 2022
Film Industry Being Singled Out As 'Worst Place In The World': Deepti Naval

Film Industry Being Singled Out As 'Worst Place In The World': Deepti Naval

Veteran actor-director Deepti Naval on Tuesday said it was unfortunate the Indian film industry was being labelled as "the worst place in the world", a...

06 July 2022

One Person One Post, One Family One Ticket: Congress Announces Reforms After 'Chintan Shivir'

Congress party also approved 50% representation to SCs, STs, OBCs, and minorities at all levels of the organisation, as per a report.

Kejriwal Lauds Atishi For Her UNGA Speech, Says World Looking At Delhi For Solutions In Urban Governance

Kejriwal Lauds Atishi For Her UNGA Speech, Says World Looking At Delhi For Solutions In Urban Governance

The nation wants such progressive thinking. India now wants to move forward," he said in another tweet in Hindi.

29 April 2022

Centre Doesn't Intend To Interfere In State Cooperatives, To Bring Uniformity In State Laws: Amit Shah

The government has announced that it will come out with a new cooperation policy to strengthen cooperative movement in the country.

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04 April 2022
Lok Sabha Passes Bill For Criminals' Identification To Tackle 'Next-Generation Crimes'

Lok Sabha Passes Bill For Criminals' Identification To Tackle 'Next-Generation Crimes'

Amit Shah said the bill has been brought in to ensure that police and investigators remain two steps ahead of criminals.


12 March 2022
PM Modi Says Not Much Reforms Done In Country’s Security Apparatus Post Independence

PM Modi Says Not Much Reforms Done In Country’s Security Apparatus Post Independence

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his address at Rashtriya Raksha University (RRU) in Gujarat Gandhinagar said: ‘I expect RRU to create leaders in the...


29 December 2021
Bihar Chief Minister Gets Flustered Over Speech Getting Disrupted

Bihar Chief Minister Gets Flustered Over Speech Getting Disrupted

According to the police, some local level elected representatives had come to submit a memorandum to the chief minister and picked up a quarrel when they were...


19 November 2021
Farm Laws Repealed: Reforms Without Consulting Opposition And Civil Society Only Harm Private Sector

Farm Laws Repealed: Reforms Without Consulting Opposition And Civil Society Only Harm Private Sector

A strong Centre can stealthily implement any policy, as it can easily pick 50% requisite support from BJP governments in states, but it makes things tough for...


16 October 2021
India’s Recent Economic Reforms Hailed In US: Nirmala Sitharaman

India’s Recent Economic Reforms Hailed In US: Nirmala Sitharaman

The Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman currently on her US visit said Joe Biden administration and US corporates have hailed India’s recent economic...


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12 October 2021
'India Never Had A More Decisive Govt': PM Modi Launches Indian Space Association

'India Never Had A More Decisive Govt': PM Modi Launches Indian Space Association

Echoing the prime minister's vision of 'Aatmanirbhar Bharat', the ISpA will help in making India self-reliant, technologically advanced and a leading player in...


15 September 2021
A relief package could be underway for the troubled Telecom sector

A relief package could be underway for the troubled Telecom sector

According to PTI, the Union Cabinet is considering a relief package in the form a moratorium on payment on spectrum dues alongside revision of ADRs, spectrum...


21 May 2021
The Go-Getter, Downsized

The Go-Getter, Downsized

To the western press, Modi was once the man who got things done. This ­larger-than-life image is now in tatters—a fallout of Covid’s second wave.


09 October 2020
‘If People Are So Against Sedition Law, Why Wasn’t It Scrapped In All These Years?’

‘If People Are So Against Sedition Law, Why Wasn’t It Scrapped In All These Years?’

Ranbir Singh, head of the committee for reforms in criminal laws, talks to Outlook about criticisms of its functioning and the scope of reforms.


09 October 2020
‘It Should Have Been Given To The Law Commission’

‘It Should Have Been Given To The Law Commission’

Former Supreme Court judge Madan B. Lokur talks to Outlook about his apprehensions about the five-member committee constituted to review criminal laws.


02 October 2020
Inequality Paradox

Inequality Paradox

The trickle-down theory has limits. It helps the weaker sections, but enables the capitalists to gain the most.


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09 October 2020
Swadeshi Movement Part 2

Swadeshi Movement Part 2

Make in India, or Make for India? The potential for both vitality and confusion mark Aatma Nirbhar Bharat—a salad bowl of many healthy ideas, some of them...


25 September 2020
Food Bowl Goes Against The Grain

Food Bowl Goes Against The Grain

Why is Punjab seething at the farm bill? The state earns Rs 4,000 crore on trading fees at the mandis, and some 40,000 commission agents make Rs 1,600 crore....


28 September 2020
Precarious Freedom

Precarious Freedom

Something in Indian agriculture is being set free. But is it the farmer?


28 September 2020
Two Acts And A Half

Two Acts And A Half

The new contract farming law doesn’t adequately protect farmers, and the new Essential Commodities Act is a windfall for speculators—but the fear on APMCs...


25 September 2020
‘No Government Can Survive With Anti-Farmer Laws’

‘No Government Can Survive With Anti-Farmer Laws’

Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav talks to Jyotika Sood about why farmers are angry and the new agriculture laws


25 September 2020
So Shall They Reap

So Shall They Reap

Would the new farm legislation harm farmer interest, end the MSP-based procurement regime and benefit corporates? Or, would these give farmers freedom to trade...


17 September 2019
100 Days Of Decisive Action

100 Days Of Decisive Action

History will ­remember Modi as reformer-in-chief


24 June 2019
To Do What Thatcher Did To Our System’s Source

To Do What Thatcher Did To Our System’s Source

It’s time for an administrative overhaul as thoroughgoing as the 1990s economic reforms


07 June 2019
New Education Policy: An Ambitious Attempt To Balance Government And Autonomous Institutions

New Education Policy: An Ambitious Attempt To Balance Government And Autonomous Institutions

The draft New Education Policy can be a gamechanger as it aims to address binary of research and training


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