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  • AFTER THE FLOODS, MADHYA PRADESH HIT BY MASSIVE SEX SCANDAL    (23-09-2019)
    BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh has yet to recover from the calamity caused by unprecedented rains and floods — it has been hit by a veritable tsunami caused by what is being described as “honey trap”. It is being claimed that “honey trap” involved top VVIPs including former and present Ministers and a couple of IAS and IPS officers occupying high positions. While most of the state newspapers are describing it as a major sex scandal, one leading newspaper has claimed that it was a part of political conspiracy to destablise Congress government and if possible to overthrow the government headed by Kamal Nath.
  • OPPOSITION REJECTS CLAIMS OF YOGI GOVERNMENT    (23-09-2019)
    Opposition has rejected claims made by the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh claiming ‘good performance during the last 30 months’.
  • JEREMY CORBYN NEEDS TO REDEFINE HIS BREXIT STRATEGY    (23-09-2019)
    More than deciding the fate of the future UK government, the annual conference of the Labour Party being held in Brighton would untie the destiny of its leader Jeremy Corbyn.
  • WILL THE PROTEST STRATEGY HELP THE LEFT TO REVIVE IN BENGAL?    (23-09-2019)
    The Left Front led by CPM, which ruled the state for 34 continuous years, is presently trying to revive itself after being caught between TMC and BJP. After the disastrous performance in the recent Lok Sabha polls, where the Left failed to win any seat for the first time, its political options for survival are limited. Its vote share has declined sharply to settle only at 7%, an all time historic low vote percentage, with most of the Left voters migrating towards the BJP — which surprised political pundits by fetching 41% votes and garnering 18 seats. However, despite receiving such tragic setbacks, the Left parties are determined to win back their lost voters by organising protest marches in the state.
  • HOWDY, KASHMIR! MODI’S BIGGEST CHALLENGE REMAINS UNADDRESSED    (23-09-2019)
    Narendra Modi began his stint with the achhe din promise about the impending favourable days, which swept the electorate of its feet. The expectation was that it wouldn’t take long before a buoyant economy ensured jobs for all.
  • HIGH GLOBAL OIL PRICES WILL IMPACT ECONOMIC GROWTH    (23-09-2019)
    After the economic slowdown comes the oil shock. The multiple drone strikes on Saudi Aramco’s two major oil facilities have already cut down Saudi Arabia’s oil production by 5.7 million barrels a day, accounting for nearly five percent of the world crude oil supply and almost half of Saudi oil production. India is highly concerned for two reasons. The country is nearly 85 percent dependent on imported oil. And, Saudi Arabia is India’s second largest source of oil and gas supplies.
  • WILL PALA UPSET THE UDF APPLECART?    (21-09-2019)
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Will the Pala assembly constituency spring an ugly surprise on the Congress-led United Democratic Front? Or, will the CPI(M)-headed Left Democratic Front (LDF)create history by wresting the seat after 54 years?
  • INDIA NEEDS A NEW IDEA TO TACKLE ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN    (21-09-2019)
    India is passing through the time of newness: whether it is new culture, new economy, new education, new labour or New India everything is being projected as the archetypal of novelty.
  • OIL MARKET CORRECTING ITSELF IS GREAT NEWS FOR INDIA    (21-09-2019)
    Analysts are noticing a new kind of dynamism in the oil market, which seems to have set off a mechanism of internal management of the demand-supply situation, anchoring it on the overall state of the global economy. This is a welcome development for countries like India, which faced the risk of price spiral in the wake of the recent attack on the Saudi oil refinery and its dangerous implications for the economy.
  • ALLIANCE GAMES ON IN POLL-BOUND MAHARASHTRA, HARYANA & JHARKHAND    (21-09-2019)
    The coming elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand, expected to be held next month (October), are considered politically significant because they will reveal the popular rating of the BJP; how much it fell after Lok Sabha election or went up. The elections to Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh assemblies showed that the BJP rating had fallen sharply after the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.