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Country Hopes for Best Budget 

Budget Session 2020: Country Hopes for Best Budget

The country residents fear that another budget session started from today will not help the country because the central BJP government has been facing a range of nationwide protests against Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). Going a step further many state governments have also passed resolutions against CAA and their Member …

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Scared, SAD to support BJP

SAD to support BJP

Though after a rough spell in their alliance, the top BJP and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) announced on Wednesday that their misunderstanding had been cleared, but the hurry shown by SAD chief Sukhbir Badal to hug BJP president JP Nadda has further weakened SAD, which is already facing a big …

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Unconstitutional Slogans

The weak law against hate speeches and provocative remarks has failed to deter our politicians from spewing venom during political rallies and meetings. The latest entry to a long list of such politicians is Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) central minister Anurag Thakur and another BJP Member Parliament Parvesh Verma.

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Act promptly

Act promptly: It's all about open crime in Punjab

The third murder of a resident, having affiliation with a political party, during the last two months in Majha regions, has raised serious questions about the law and order situation of Punjab. Punjab government claims to have ended crime from the state, but the repeated murders without any fear of …

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Unilateral Democracy

Unilateral Democracy

The decision of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to take over the Bhima Koregaon violence probe despite expressing satisfaction over the investigations conducted by state police,  has raised many questions. Though legally NIA has the power to take over any probe even without the consent of state government, politically, it …

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Unsafe Dalits

Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission: Unsafe Dalits

Despite claims of Punjab government to give due respect to all Schedule caste families of the state, the latest revelation of Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission that their orders are being ignored by different departments in cases of discrimination against Dalit employees has raised serious questions about the working of …

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Government Needs Introspection

Government Needs Introspection

The observation of Billionaire investor George Soros that biggest and most frightening setback to open societies comes from India “where a democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state” must be an eye-opener for central BJP government. But BJP Bhagats again countered it rather than introspecting the reasons …

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Fight Unitedly 

Fight Unitedly: Punjab critical water situation and Politics

The unity shown by almost all political parties to raise their voice to save the water of Punjab is a welcome step. But politicians must ensure that their unity continues till Punjab gets justice and they all should ensure their political differences should not jeopardize their fight.

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Humiliated, SAD unmoved

Humiliated, SAD unmoved

Even after suffering huge humiliation from BJP as the party did not give even two seats to it, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) still seems to be begging mercy of BJP, as it again became evident from the core committee of SAD on Wednesday. The party of warriors again failed to …

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Drones, A New Challenge 

PUNJAB smuggling : Drones, A New Challenge 

Though security agencies have banned the use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or drones, the easy availability of machine has repeatedly been creating serious problems. Security agencies have repeatedly found that smugglers have been using drones for cross border smuggling, but still, the use of machines can easily be …

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