Shahnawaz Akhtar

is Founder of eNewsroom. He loves doing human interest, political and environment related stories.

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Is there a coup in Beijing against President Xi Jinping?

Kolkata: A coup in China? Social media has been abuzz since many hours today with the hot news that President Xi Jinping has been put under house arrest by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in...

Will the 1932 domicile policy change Jharkhand forever?

On September 14, Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren’s cabinet approved a bill to make land survey records from 1932 the basis for obtaining residential certificates to gain admission to educational institutions and get government jobs. The...

Jharkhand faces political crisis again: Is it because of the center’s intent of forming a double-engine government?

Ranchi:  Since the formation of Jharkhand, no single political party has ever got a majority in the eighty one seat Jharkhand assembly. Because of this, for 15 years, Jharkhand has not had a stable government and the...

Channels hurry to write obituaries but Hemant Soren celebrates his work

Ranchi: When national and regional media were predicting the fall of Hemant Soren government in Jharkhand, claiming that according to their ‘sources’ State Election Commission had cancelled the chief minister's membership from Jharkhand assembly in...

‘Education of privileged’ for the underprivileged

Kolkata: Life was least promising for Kolkata’s 6-year-old Asad Khan after his father’s demise. Unable to bear the family expenses, his mother got married for the second time in Punjab. But the marriage did not...

Tribal community in disbelief as President and PM forgo Indigenous Day greeting

Kolkata/Ranchi: The recently concluded International Day of World’s Indigenous Peoples or World Tribal Day was special for the over 11 crores tribal population of India. Reason: For the first time since India’s independence, a tribal has...

Why No One Is Buying Jharkhand Police Theory For Arresting Journalist Rupesh Kumar Singh

Ranchi/Giridih: Rupesh Kumar Singh is the only scribe from Jharkhand, among the forty journalists in India whose phones were spied on through the Pegasus spyware. The independent journalist used to highlight atrocities met out on tribals...

Extraordinary work by Mohammed Zubair and shabby little case to harass him

Kolkata: Every Indian or maybe Non-Resident Indians knows how impactful Ravish Kumar’s journalism is among the masses. Especially after 2014, when most of the Indian media in general and Hindi news channels, in particular, have...

पेंशन अस्तित्व की लड़ाई है इसलिए मैं कार्यक्रम मे शामिल होऊँगी: कैंसर पीड़ित शिक्षिका सुषमा

राँची: कैंसर पीड़ित शिक्षिका सुषमा तिर्की को अपना पाँचवाँ कीमों लिए कुछ ही दिन हुए हैं और वो अपने शहर धनबाद दो दिन पहले ही वेल्लोर से वापस आई हैं। पर झारखंड मे पुरानी पेंशन...

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West has always taken African resources without giving back anything to Africa– Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Kolkata: Listening to post colonial theorist Ngugi Wa Thiong’o live, at Kolkata’s iconic Victoria Memorial was like a treat, treat of the mind and...

महाराष्ट्र में लॉकडाउन बढ़ने से ट्रेनों में मामूली सामान बेचकर गुजारा करने वाले दृष्टिहीन विक्रेताओं की मुश्किलें और बढ़ी

पुणे: लॉकडाउन के कारण रेल के डिब्बों, रेलमार्गों और प्लेटफार्मों पर पापड़, चिक्की व वेफर्स जैसे खाने-पीने के सामान के अलावा कई जरुरी चीजें...

Bengali Muslims seek answers for their less percentage in jobs, stereotype in Bengali Cinema

Kolkata: Not many would know about the Hunter Commission set up by the British to prepare a report on why Indian Muslims were revolting...

Four senior citizens lynched over suspicion of witchcraft practice in Jharkhand

Ranchi:  Living up to its reputation of being the ‘lynching hub’ of India, Jharkhand witnessed another yet incident of mob lynching, which claimed the...

Medicines worth Rs 10 and a cooling room could have saved the lives of 200 children in Muzaffarpur

Kolkata: A fact-finding from Kolkata who visited Muzaffarpur come to conclusion that neither it was a virus outbreak nor the litchi syndrome that caused...