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BJP has never kept CAA, NRC secret, says RSS leader J Nandkumar

First of all, any violence in a university is highly condemnable. There must be no place for violence in educational centres and in student politics.

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Excellence in Journalism: President to Present Ramnath Goenka Awards today

Administered by the Ramnath Goenka Memorial Foundation, the Awards have become the most important event in the media calendar.

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Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards: President Kovind to present RNG Awards next week

“Like every year, judging the winners turned out to be a difficult job. The standard of entries is very high, and the documentation is really good. It was an interesting and educative experience,” said Quraishi.

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JNU violence aftermath: Police FIRs name JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh injured in attacks

One FIR names the JNUSU president and seven others, and was filed at 8.39 pm, the other mentions her and 19 others and was filed at 8.43 pm at Vasant Kunj North police station.

JNU, JNU violence, Police FIR, JNUSU, JNUSU president, Aishe Ghosh,  News

Express Adda: Extremely close to tipping point of major recession, says Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee

Commenting on the government’s move to cut corporate tax as a stimulus to spur investment in the private sector, Banerjee said, “I do not think that is what’s going to save the economy right now. The corporate sector is

Express Adda, tipping point, major recession, Nobel Laureate, Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Michael Kremer, Nobel Economics Prize, Indian economy, economy news

Maharashtra plans tough security law to deal with Naxals

“Now, the home, law and judiciary departments have been asked to study the Chhattisgarh government’s law, and take all other aspects into account to prepare a draft law that will be effective for our state,” said the of

Maharashtra government, Naxal activities, Special Public Security Act, Eknath Shinde, CSPSA, Gadchiroli district News

Congress, ecosystem rising against Parliament, silent on Pakistan: PM Modi slams anti-CAA protests

Addressing a gathering at Siddaganga Matha in Tumkur in Karnataka, Modi accused the Opposition of remaining silent on Pakistan’s “atrocities on Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Christians” and said “jis tarah ki nafrat hum lo

Congress, Narendra Modi, Dalits, anti-CAA protests, Pakistan, minorities in pakistan News

No magic short-term bullets to fix the economy: Arvind Subramanian

If you look at these numbers from a comparative perspective, it does not resemble even the 2002 slowdown.

Economy News

CAA protests: Those born here before 1987 are Indians, clarifies government

A top government official said according to the 2004 amendments of the Citizenship Act, if one parent is an Indian and neither is an illegal immigrant, a person is considered an Indian citizen.

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Protests against CAA and NRC move beyond campus

From Delhi, Lucknow and Bengaluru to Kolkata, Mumbai and Patna, protests against the new controversial citizenship law on Thursday moved out of university campuses in multiple cities as thousands poured into the streets defyi

India News

Police action in Jamia: As students protest across country, PM Modi warns against ‘vested interests’

Modi’s comments came the day after he accused the Congress and its allies of fuelling the unrest over the issue, and claimed that those “spreading the fire” could be “identified by their clothes”.

India News

We need supervision, don’t need suspicion: N Chandrasekaran

Chandrasekaran was speaking with Anant Goenka, Executive Director, The Indian Express Group, and Sunil Jain, Managing Editor, Financial Express, at the Express Adda, an informal interaction organised by The Indian Express Gro

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Students will be students always: Krea University Vice-Chairman on JNU row

Humanity’s progress has been driven by our desire to conquer the environment. Clearly we have gone, maybe, a little too far.

India News

GDP fall in Q2 may not be a surprise for govt, RBI; here’s why it was expected

In just about a year-and-a-half, India has hurtled down the economic growth path. The GDP grew at a robust 8.1 per cent in January-March 2018.

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Maharashtra Endgame: Uddhav Thackeray takes charge today; Cong, NCP may get 1 dy CM post each

In the House of 288 members, the BJP has 105, Shiv Sena (56), NCP (54), Congress (44). The remaining 29 represent smaller parties and Independents.

Uddhav Thackeray, Congress, NCP, Shivaji Park, Shiv Sena chief, BJP, mahrashtra government, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Balasaheb Thackeray News

Another 26/11-like attack in India impossible now: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh said the ‘spirit of Mumbai’ remains even after losing 166 people in the attacks.

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Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari and Amitabh Bachchan at Express 26/11 Stories of Strength today

Presented by the Bajaj Group, the event is powered by Hindustan Unilever, Facebook and Adani Group, with Star as the broadcast partner.

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We are 162: Show of strength by NCP, Congress, Shiv Sena in Maharashtra

While the Shiv Sena won 56 seats in the Assembly elections held on October 21, the NCP bagged 54 seats and Congress 44 seats.

maharashtra, maharashtra politics News

India’s power consumption much below global average; Bihar, Assam worst performers

In India, the highest per capita consumption of electricity in FY19 was in Dadra and Nagar Haveli, followed by the states of Gujarat Goa, Haryana, and Punjab.

electricity, power demand, consumption, power shortage, coal-led electricity, electricity generation News

Maharashtra govt formation: Uddhav Thackeray set to become CM as Shiv Sena, NCP, Congress alliance moves closer

In the Maharashtra House of 288 members, the BJP has 105, Shiv Sena 56, NCP 54 and Congress 44 MLAs. The Sena parted ways with the BJP after insisting on rotation of the CM post.

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UP RERA hails Rs 25,000 crore realty stress fund

The RERA has urged that projects that wish to avail the funding must be registered with the Authority and that the window is still open for those builders that are yet to do so.

(From left to right) Signature Global MD Ravi Agarwal, Gulshan Homz director Deepak Kapoor, UP RERA chairman Rajive Kumar, UP RERA member Balvinder Kumar, Gaursons MD Manoj Gaur and ATS Infrastructure chairman & managing director Getamber Anand at the IE Round Table Conference in Noida on Tuesday Praveen Khanna News

India’s foreign policy cannot be tethered to dogmas: S Jaishankar

As India hopes to assert itself on the world stage, its foreign policy cannot be tethered to dogmas and needs to be agile in a fast-changing global order, according to external affairs minister S Jaishankar.

India News

S Jaishankar will deliver Ramnath Goenka Memorial lecture in Delhi today

The Ramnath Goenka Memorial Lecture was instituted in 2016 by The Express Group to mark 25 years of the passing of its founder.

India News

President’s rule imposed in Maharashtra; Shiv Sena goes to Supreme Court

NCP, Congress hit out at Raj Bhavan move, Sena goes to Supreme Court.

India News

Maharashtra impasse: BJP says can’t form govt; Governor calls Shiv Sena

Maharashtra governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari on Sunday evening sent a letter to the Shiv Sena to “indicate the willingness and ability” to form the government in the state.

India News

INX media case: P Chidambaram among 14 charge-sheeted by CBI

The CBI chargesheet filed before Special Judge Lal Singh names Peter Mukherjea, chartered accountant S Bhaskaraman, ex-NITI Ayog CEO Sindhushree Khullar and former secretary in the MSME Ministry Anup K Pujari. Accused-turned

INX media, INX media case, P Chidambaram, charge sheet, CBI, India news, Delhi High Court, money laundering News

Taliban free 3 Indians in exchange for 11 leaders

Three Indian engineers held by the Taliban in Afghanistan since May 2018 have been freed by the militant group in exchange for 11 of its top members from Afghan jails, according to an Afghan media report on Monday.

The Associated Press reported that the Taliban were released from one of Afghanistan’s largest jails at the Bagram military base, north of Kabul. News
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