Shahnawaz Akhtar

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India is using the economy as a weapon against China, but how far can it go?

Delhi/Kolkata: If you think India and China having a stand-off at the borders is the only issue that they are dealing with or have to sort out in order to have  good relations in the...

Coming soon: Ek Aur Spartacus—From real to reel

Ranchi: In the early Eighties a social activist became such a threat to the influentials of his area, simply because of his social work, that they implicated him in a false murder case. The lower...

Giridih does it again, gives second Diana Award winner from India

Giridih/Ranchi: For the second year in a row Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation has won the coveted The Diana Award. And both the winners, who won the laurel for India, hail from Giridih, Jharkhand. Established...

Worried about police brutality abroad, but what about violence that takes place in your own backyard?

Ranchi: The murder of George Floyd by the police has triggered a global movement that raises a voice against police brutality. In India, too, #blacklivesmatter was trending, with everyone from celebrities, social activists to the...

Political compulsion led to Chinese goods boycott, another India-China face-off not likely to happen

On June 16 the focus of all Indian media shifted from the pandemic to the India-China face-off that took place at Galwan Valley in Ladakh. The breaking news in India about the tension at the...

Jharkhand does a hattrick: After Mumbai and Ladakh, migrant workers airlifted from Andaman

Ranchi: Jitendra Malto, 32 is a relaxed man as he boards a Pakur bound bus arranged by the Jharkhand government. Malto a construction worker has just returned from Port Blair to Ranchi by a flight...

Small town shows the way during the lockdown, makes online classes available for govt school students

Giridih: Whenever some major issue or work takes place, right from conducting census to hosting para-military forces, it is always the students of government schools who remain at the receiving end. During the lockdown, which has...

When Irrfan Khan was approached by AAP to fight 2014 Lok Sabha election

As far as Indian politics is concerned, 2014 remained a significant year. It was a time when Congress' prospects were not looking bright and Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) was poised to get a majority. While...

Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren orders inquiry into the migrants getting threat for asking water in quarantine centre

Kolkata: When the news report highlighting the plight of migrant workers put up at a quarantine centre in Maithan was published, Jharkhand’s Chief Minister Hemant Soren ordered an inquiry and asked deputy commissioner of Dhanbad...

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With SC stay, Shivraj’s Minister back in form

The Supreme Court stay on Election Commission’s decision to disqualify Narottam Mishra for grave electoral offences has once again underlined the deficiency of our...

Celebration of separate identities in a pluralist movement: Is it an Oxymoron?

The ongoing people’s movement against BJP government’s RSS-inspired citizenship matrix has rekindled many old ideas of our freedom struggle, reclaimed many of its pluralist...

India’s only state run minority varsity has no VC since four months now

Kolkata: It has been four months since Aliah University, the only state-run minority university in India, has been without a vice –chancellor. Following the...

JU, still a Left citadel but no united fight gives boost to ABVP

Kolkata: Just like Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Jadavpur University (JU) is also considered to be a bastion for the Left. The results of the...

झारखंड विधानसभा ने एनआरसी को किया ख़ारिज, एनपीआर को 2010 जनगणना की तर्ज़ पे करने का प्रस्ताव केंद्र को भेजा

रांची: झारखंड विधानसभा के बजट सत्र के आखिरी दिन हेमंत सोरेन सरकार ने प्रस्ताव पारित कर नेशनल रजिस्टर ऑफ सिटीजेन्स (एनआरसी) को ख़ारिज कर...