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Congress’s ideological crisis

We need strong opposition who can speak up for people's issues and protect their rights. Congress should start working along with other parties and prepare for assembly elections.

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Shamsul Islam

ON 44TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE EMERGENCY IN INDIA : HOW RSS BETRAYED THE ANTI-EMERGENCY STRUGGLE National Emergency was imposed on the country by then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on June 25-26, 1975, and it lasted for 19 months. This period is considered as ”dark times’ for Indian democratic polity. Indira …

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A medicated nail enamel to help fight infection developed

Bengaluru, June 21, 2019 : A fungus, Trichophyton rubrum, causes painful infection of toe and fingernails. Prevalent in coastal regions and wet work zones, the infection known as Onychomycosis accounts for about half of all nail diseases. It causes brittleness, discolouration and disfigurement of nails. The disease needs prolonged treatment …

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India’s health services in ICU

Vidya Bhushan Rawat is a well-known social worker. The long strike of doctors in West Bengal came and the strike caused the patients problems. Vidya Bhushan raises many serious questions while analyzing the doctors’ strike. Do the doctors remain facade in state politics? Over one hundred children have died in …

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Media and freedom of expression

It is not that the rightwing trollers are solely responsible for this the fact is that so-called secular-liberals too pedal such lies and encourage the same kind of people sometime presenting them as journalists.

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Maharashtra government must protect Dr Ram Puniyani

Ram Puniyani

Dr Ram Puniyani is one of the most prolific authors of our time writing on communalism particular that of the Sangh Parivar variety. At the time, when most of the 'liberals' of the 'khan market' variety have either surrendered or have become part of the Maharana Pratap society, of 'new India', he continues to write with amazing strength and capacity.

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