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Amidst the Congress comeback in India’s Hindi heartland and myriad analyses surrounding it, the results from its last bastion in the Northeast seems to have largely escaped attention. With the Congress loss in Mizoram, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has fulfilled its oft-repeated goal of a “Congress-Mukt Northeast”. Although the BJP’s…
Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) presented a discussion titled Future of Parliamentary Democracy in the Eyes of MPs today at Kochi. Members of Parliament from the United Kingdom and India, came together to discuss issues surrounding democracy and the future of parliamentary democracy model.
Gujarat has voted the BJP back yet again. It is another matter that Amit Shah’s ambitious ‘Mission 150’ came a cropper. The Indian National Congress has improved its tally by a fair margin but didn’t do well enough to cross the line. Despite the huge anti-incumbency, farm distress, Patel agitation…
Culture shocks are not uncommon to Indians when they travel abroad. These shocks are experienced even more frequently and regularly by people travelling from one part of the country to another. That could also be the result of conditioning and the resultant stereotypes about people from different cultures and states.
More than a decade after the Indian Young Lawyer’s Association filed a petition seeking lifting of ban on women’s entry in Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple, a three-member bench of Supreme Court (SC) headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, referred the case to a Constitution Bench on Friday. The petition assailing the…
The Opposition parties on Wednesday alleged that the only motive for the State Government to announce its decision on solar scam on the same day of Vengara by-election was to scuttle the election process there.
With the Star India Private Limited, a company which owns almost all regional channels in South India, including Asianet, strengthening its stand on the rate which it levies on each channel, the cable TV operators in Kerala have found themselves in a baffling situation.
The Puthuvype LPG terminal Virudha Samara Samithi has alleged that they were not informed about the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests’ decision to renew the environmental clearance (EC) for the upcoming LPG terminal.
As Kerala kickstarts its third mass vaccination campaign ever since the State’s formation in 1956, the medical heads of districts opine that the anti-vaccination campaigners have been kept in check.
The office of the Deputy Directorate of Education in Palakkad is found to have caught up in a mess after the Kerala Public Service Commission (PSC) filed a complaint against the office on charges of corruption in the advice letter sent to the PSC candidate.
Kerala House, the statutory mission house of the State in the national capital, has found itself entangled in another controversy. This time, the allegation raised against it has a racist tinge.
“We will fight this battle until my kid is granted justice,” vows Remya, who has been engaged in an indefinite strike in front of the Secretariat seeking justice for her three-month-old daughter Rudra.