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  • FOOTBALL: U-17 GIRLS KEEN TO GET BACK TO THE PITCH    (24-05-2020)
    New Delhi: National U-17 Women’s Team Head Coach Thomas Dennerby has opined that his players are keen to get back to the pitch once normalcy returns after the end of the lockdown.
  • SETBACK IN KERALA’S ANTI-COVID BATTLE    (23-05-2020)
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: There is no mistaking it. Kerala has suffered a setback in the war against the dreaded corona virus. The dangerous development is clear from the massive spike in covid positive cases in the recent days. The disturbing surge can be attributed to a variety of factors.
  • ADIVASI COMMUNITIES ARE WORST HIT BY LOCK-DOWN    (23-05-2020)
    As the greatest man made humanitarian crisis since independence plays out across India, prevailing inequalities get intensified due to government policies and approaches during the arbitrarily declared, unplanned lockdown. The curtain of invisibility that hitherto concealed the existence of 10 crore workers, termed migrant workers, has been torn asunder through myriad images of horrendous suffering. This huge section of India’s labour force or rather India’s life force are being stripped of their rights as equal citizens of India. They are, along with all sections of the working class and working people whose basic rights are under attack, are hostage in the war that the Modi government is waging to get out of the huge crisis that the capitalist economy faces.
  • MODI MUST FIND WAYS TO JUMP-START THE ECONOMY    (23-05-2020)
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in an unenviable position. He has to attempt a ‘quantum leap’ on the economic front while walking the Covid-19 tightrope. There is considerable risk involved. But it’s a risk he has to take simply because there are limitations to what India can afford by way of options at this point.
  • BIDEN'S “CRISIS PRESIDENCY" HAS TRANFORMATIVE POTENTIAL    (23-05-2020)
    Like all national and global crises, the COVID-19 pandemic and economic implosion will profoundly change people, work, and society generally. The only question is, how much?
  • BRITONS MUST LOOK BEYOND THE THEORY OF EXCEPTIONALISM    (23-05-2020)
    The corona pandemic has exposed the myth of the British exceptionalism. The myth has been created by some people who are engaged in the psychological war to prove the dominance of the UK. This word is usually referred to identify the nature of the capitalist development.
  • WHY PM MODI’S ‘ATMANIRBHAR BHARAT ABHIYAN’ IS QUITE DECEPTIVE    (23-05-2020)
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan has a clear message for a self-reliant India. “What an idea!” exclaimed all, in their initial ecstatic reaction, which later gave way to a great disgust, fear, and frustration. The announcement of PM Modi’s economic stimulus package of Rs 20 lakh crore under this umbrella movement announced on May 12 turned out to be Rs 20.97 lakh crore made known to the public in five tranches by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, ultimately proved to be a great deception. Economic analysts are unanimous on this point that the real fiscal cost of this seemingly big package is less than Rs 2 lakh crore, i.e., only one per cent of the GDP as against 10 per cent originally claimed.
  • NAXAL VIOLENCE ON THE WANE    (23-05-2020)
    Naxal, renamed Left Wing Extremist (LWE), violence is on the wane. As claimed by the NDA Union Government in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), steadfast implementation of National Policy and Action Plan for development of LWE affected areas and their containment has resulted in consistent decline in LWE violence. Overall decline is 38 per cent during the last five years since 2015. This is despite the fact that the Union Government is trying its best to deprive and dispossess the tribal of their inherent right to forest, land and water for mineral exploration, infrastructural development and industrialization by private corporates.
  • CAP JOIN HANDS WITH STANCEBEAM TO ENABLE REMOTE COACHING FOR PLAYERS    (22-05-2020)
    Bangalore: In a move to offer a remote-coaching platform for aspiring cricketers , Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan’s Cricket Academy (CAP) on Friday announced its partnership with StanceBeam, a Bengaluru-based sports technology start-up.
  • WANTED TO BE PART OF THE TITLE CONTENDER TEAM: ASHWIN    (22-05-2020)
    New Delhi: Giving reason for his joining the Delhi Capitals, versatile spinner Ravichandran Ashwin said that he wanted to “strengthen the bowling” and make the team “the front-runners for the IPL title.”