Since last November when Suu Kyi’s (also known as Amay Suu) NLD won by a landslide in the national election of Myanmar, the contours of the country’s first civilian government have started taking shape. By March end, Myanmar’s Tatmadaw (the Army) has finally and peacefully relinquished power to the democratically elected government of NLD. As the current Constitution of Myanmar prohibits anyone with a foreign spouse or child from becoming the President (Article 59F), so...
Indian shops and establishments in Congo's capital Kinshasa were attacked and gunshots fired injuring two Indians, in apparent backlash against the killing of a Congolese national here that had triggered outrage among African envoys.
Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said Indian establishments were targeted on Monday and yesterday in the city's commercial areas and Indian Mission in Kinshasa has taken up the issue with Congo's Foreign Ministry.
MEA Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said a Note Verbale was issued...
Citing shortage of doctors, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced raising the age of retirement of government doctors to 65 years and said the Union Cabinet will give its nod to the decision this week.
In a rally to observe the second anniversary of his government, Modi said there is a need for more doctors across the country but it was not possible to fill the gap in two years of his government.
The decision will cover...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that a mood of development and hope pervaded the country replacing hopelessness that prevailed under the UPA rule as he pitched his government as one dedicated to the poor and farmers which prevented the "loot" of public money.
Addressing the first of his four public rallies here in Uttar Pradesh, which will have assembly polls next year, to mark the second anniversary of his government, Modi reached out to the...
Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, who were rusticated from JNU, have moved Delhi High Court for putting on hold the disciplinary action taken against them by the varsity till their appeals against the decision are decided by the university's appellate authority.
The two students in their applications have sought the same relief that was given to Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) President Kanhaiya Kumar and others against whom disciplinary action was taken by the varsity...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Friday, 27 May 2016 | Shreyans Jain | DelhiThis refers to the article, “Let's have a Left-mukt Bharat” (May 25) by Anirban Ganguly. In December last year, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) held an organisational plenum to re-orient its structure and discuss strategies that would help arrest the continuing electoral decline of Left parties in India. The...