The Sangh parivar’s plan seems to be to overthrow the Left Democratic Front government by citing law and order troubles, but they are unlikely to succeed.
While the government had first said women would be allowed to trek through the Agastyamala Biospehere Reserve from this year, they have now postponed it to 2018.
Many politicians and members of the film fraternity have come out in support of movie director Kamal, who has come under repeated attack for what Sangh parivar members say are ‘anti-national’ comments.
As two local party leaders escalate their feud and disrupt the Congress’s dynamic in Kerala, factionalism is rearing its ugly head once again.
A daily round-up of the human impact of demonetisation.
Rapid deforestation and soil erosion in Attapadi Forest Reserve has led to a crippling water shortage in Kerala’s Kulappadi village and the Irula forest tribe has suffered the most.
A daily round-up of the human impact of demonetisation.
According to Pinarayi Vijayan over Rs 1,25,000 crores is stuck in the cooperative banking system in Kerala, bringing the state economy to a grinding halt.
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With Kerala’s cooperative sector jolted by demonitisation and its multi-faceted role in jeopardy, there is no doubt other players are fishing for new opportunities, whether private hospitals or private banks.
The counsel for the state government, which had earlier supported the ban on women’s entry into the temple in its additional affidavit filed in July this year, told the apex court it will now go by its original response.
The Supreme Court and Markandey Katju have both ignored Article 124 (7) of the constitution – which prevents a former SC judge from presenting a case.
Prerna Singh’s book, ‘How Solidarity Works for Welfare: Subnationalism and Social Development in India’, establishes a connection between subnationalism and social indices.
Political violence in the state has increasingly become a show-down between the party ruling the country and the party ruling the state.
But female participation in India’s workforce has declined from 34% in 1999 to 27% in 2014, making it the worst rate among BRICS nations.
‘I want to tell you that India wants to fight with Pakistan. If you have the courage then why not fight to end poverty, unemployment, illiteracy. Let us see which country wins, India or Pakistan,” said Modi, reaching out to the people of Pakistan
By making Onam ‘Vamana Jayanthi’ – an upper caste Hindu festival – the BJP aspires to create a Hindu vote bank in Kerala and destabilise the state’s deep cultural coherence, unity and diversity.
In normal monsoon years, Karnataka has no problems in releasing water from the Cauvery to Tamil Nadu; the issues arise during the distress years.
The film was denied certification because it has “sensitive gay scenes, use of derogatory words against women and vulgar dialogues”.
The attackers allegedly said the title of P. Jimshar’s book, Padachonte Chitrapradarshanam, misinterpreted the basic tenets of Islam.
The couple living together before the male student was of legally marriageable age was enough to expel them, in the judge’s eyes.
Based on principles of democratic decision making and egalitarian redistribution, the Uralungal Cooperative is proof that efficiency isn’t exclusively linked to capitalist production.
Many, including the victim’s father, believe that the recently captured suspect may not be the real criminal but has been nabbed by a police team under pressure over lapses in their response, which may have compromised the probe.
If the prime minister is not galvanised to act by the growing disaffection among India’s youth, it could spell doom for the country’s vast population – and its leaders.
Almost 50 days after the crime took place, sources say the Kerala police have identified and taken into custody the prime suspect.
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With the Assam victory, the BJP now governs 43% of the population, up from 216 million (21%) in 2004.
A formal announcement is expected by 4 pm today after the CPI(M) state committee ratifies the decision.
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New Delhi: The BJP has finally won a state assembly, Assam, after losing Delhi and Bihar, but its problems in the Rajya Sabha will continue. The National Democratic Alliance has 66 MPs in the upper house. The lack of a majority – the Rajya Sabha has 250 members, including 12 […]
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Restrictions barring single men from entering malls and parks on certain days of the week are a common practice in the conservative Muslim country.
She said that the NCW report mentioned that “Even after the victim had complained to the police about a neighbour who threatened her with rape, the police didn’t care to act.
The party believes it has been successful in denting Modi’s expensively cultivated image of being a development man but it is not clear what it stands for or whether it knows how to get what it wants.