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UNITED KINGDOM

BRITAIN SET FOR ELECTIONS ON DECEMBER 12

CORBYN PROMISES A NEW DEAL FOR POOR AND MIDDLE CLASS
Author: Arun Srivastava - Published 31-10-2019 03:27 GMT-0000
LONDON: In his fourth bid the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson managed to get the approval of the MPs to finally resolve the Brexit deadlock by calling a general election, on 12 December which would be the most unpredictable in a generation.
INDIA

SAMAJWADI PARTY GETS A BIG BOOST AFTER BY-POLL RESULTS

BSP FACES A BIG EROSION IN ITS BASE IN UTTAR PRADESH
Author: Pradeep Kapoor - Published 31-10-2019 03:24 GMT-0000
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party national President and former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav should read wake up call for his party in recently concluded by-elections for 11 assembly seats. Samajwadi Party not only retained its seat in Rampur but also added Jalalpur from BSP and Jaipur from BJP.
INDIA

SHIV SENA AIMING FOR A LEADERSHIP ROLE IN MAHARASHTRA

PARTY DETERMINED TO GET BACK ITS LOST MARATHA BASE
Author: Mriganka M Bhowmick - Published 31-10-2019 03:21 GMT-0000
The coalition is always a compulsion; it is never a choice for peaceful co-existence to take the power sharing ahead. Political power, by its nature, is always up for grab and sharing it with any other political party hinders the organizational growth of the party. The so called coalition Dharma holds good up to the juncture where the major partner in coalition is not critically dependent on other partners in numbers. The power and vote bank consolidation are in the heart of Indian politics which usually contradicts the politics of coalition. The Maharashtra potpourri of BJP-Shiv Sena tussle is a reflection of that. The contention regarding 50:50 power-sharing between BJP and Shiv Sena is the prelude of that contraction only.
INDIA

UN BODY CROSSES LIMIT IN DOUBTING SUPREME COURT’S INTEGRITY

ALLEGES DELAY IN DEALING WITH KASHMIR PETITIONS
Author: K Raveendran - Published 31-10-2019 03:17 GMT-0000
One may or may not agree with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights about its assessment of the situation in Kashmir. But no proud Indian can back its attempt to cast aspersions on the integrity of our Supreme Court.
INDIA

MODI GOVT’S PR OFFENSIVE ON KASHMIR TURNS INTO A DISASTER

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENTARY DELEGATION VISIT CAUSES MORE HARM THAN GOOD
Author: Barun Das Gupta - Published 31-10-2019 03:14 GMT-0000
Erle Stanley Gardner could well have written another Perry Mason thriller with the title: “The Mystery of the European Union Parliamentary Delegation” visiting Kashmir. There is a lot of mystery about the status of the delegation, who invited them, who fixed their meeting with the Prime Minister, who paid for their travel and stay expenses and how the members of the delegation were selected and by whom. One thing is certain. They neither represent the European Union nor the governments of their countries. Their status and credibility are being widely questioned even in Europe.
INDIA

UNION HOME MINISTRY DROPS DATA ON COMMUNAL VIOLENCE IN 2018-19

Author: M.Y. Siddiqui - Published 31-10-2019 03:06 GMT-0000
NDA Union Government has dropped data on communal violence in its Annual Report 2018-19 for the first time as part of its continuing tampering, manipulation and fudging of all sorts of official data, be it GDP related, unemployment related, inflation related and others claiming all were hunky dory in the country. This follows spike in communal riots by 28 per cent by the end of 2017 since 2014 when the BJP led Union Government first assumed office. It has also withheld data on mob lynching and hate crimes.
INDIA: SPORTS

TABLE TENNIS: SANIL AND SUSHMIT SURVIVE, NIKHIL EXITS IN FIRST ROUND

Author: Special Correspondent - Published 31-10-2019 02:54 GMT-0000
Thane: Tamil Nadu’s Nikhil Suresh was the lone seed that became a first-round victim in the draw on the second day of the UTT National Ranking (West Zone) Table Tennis Championships at the Sulochana Devi Singhania School here on Wednesday.
INDIA: SPORTS

FOOTBALL: INDIAN WOMEN'S TEAM CONFIDENT OF GOOD SHOWING AGAINST VIETNAM

Author: Harpal Singh Bedi - Published 31-10-2019 02:44 GMT-0000
New Delhi: The senior women's national team head coach Maymol Rockyon on Wednesday promised a better showing by India in a two day FIFA International friendlies against Vietnam on November 3 and 6.

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