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ON FOUNDATION DAY OF MADHYA PRADESH – NOVEMBER 1

WHY CAN'T M.P. EXCEL WITH EXCELLENT PEOPLE?

Author: Kamal Nath (Chief Minister) - Published 31-10-2019 15:42 GMT-0000
Madhya Pradesh has come a long way. It is a magnificent state. It is not because of its peaceful ethnic diversity, mesmerising biodiversity and landscapes or breathtaking monuments. It is unique because of its peace loving and enterprising people. Religious harmony or Sarva Dharm Sambhav is the hallmark of Madhya Pradesh.
UNITED STATES

TRUMP SINKS DEEPER INTO THE IMPEACHMENT MUD WITH EACH PASSING DAY

PILE OF EVIDENCE AGAINST PRESIDENT IS CONVINCING
Author: John Wojcik - Published 31-10-2019 08:44 GMT-0000
Testimony by Christopher Anderson, a State Department Foreign Service officer, that Rudy Giuliani was orchestrating for President Trump the administration’s policy towards Ukraine was just the latest in a string of voices confirming for Congress the worst claims of the two whistleblowers.
INDIA: MADHYA PRADESH

BJP OPPOSES KAMAL NATH’S PLAN ON LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

CONSTRUCTION OF HOUSES FOR MLA’S RAISES CONTROVERSY
Author: L S Herdenia - Published 31-10-2019 08:37 GMT-0000
BHOPAL: After registering massive victory in Jhabua Vidhan Sabha by-poll, Kamal Nath government has initiated move to constitute Legislative council in the state. Congress in its Vachan Patra (a sort of manifesto) promised to constitute the Upper House in the state. As the move to do so became known, BJP, the main opposition party while terming it sheer waste of scarce state resources, called the move aimed to appease disgruntled elements in the party. The motive is to give stability to the government which is not sure of majority.
INDIA: KERALA

BY-ELECTION BLUES FOR CONGRESS AND UDF

MANY POINTS TO PONDER FOR PARTY, FRONT
Author: P. Sreekumaran - Published 31-10-2019 08:35 GMT-0000
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The result of by-elections to the five Assembly constituencies held in Kerala recently has grave implications for the Congress in particular and the party-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in general.

COMMUNIST MEET WORRIED AT ‘LOOT OF NATURE’

CHINESE PARTY SKIPS CONCLAVE OF 75 CP’S
Author: Sankar Ray - Published 31-10-2019 08:32 GMT-0000
“Nature is plundered for the greed of profit of the monopolies, including the recent destruction of Amazonia in the interests of capitalism”, noted the 2200-plus word appeal of the 21st international meeting of Communist and Workers’ Parties in Izmir, the third-largest city of Turkey on the Aegean coast, known as Smyrna in antiquity, between 18 and 20 October. Coincidentally, city founded by the Greeks, subsequently taken over by the Romans and rebuilt by Alexander the Great , later a part of the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century, was shaken by an earthquake of a magnitude of 5.8 on the Richter Scale, a short while before the jamboree of official Marxists of the globe. It was rediscovered that the city lies on 17 active fault lines with the potential to cause earthquakes with magnitudes ranging between 6 and 7.2.
INDIA

RANJAN GOGOI IS NOT RETIRING WITH GLORY

CJI’S DEALING OF KASHMIR PETITIONS SHOWS HIM IN POOR LIGHT
Author: Amritananda Chakravorty - Published 31-10-2019 08:30 GMT-0000
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi is retiring on November 17. Lawyers often joke that an incumbent chief justice of India always makes the last one look better, and nowhere has it been more true than the present one. In the run up to the retirement of Chief Justice Dipak Mishra (Retd.) in the last week of September, 2018, there was much anticipation of the onset of ‘new era’ under the stewardship of the Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who was supposed to be upright and no nonsense person, and who participated in that landmark press conference by the four seniormost judges on 12th January, 2018. Alas, the last one year has been such a shock to the ‘collective conscience’ of the lawyers, jurists, and common public that people are now talking fondly of Justice Dipak Mishra, and how he was not ‘so bad’. It’s like our current Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, making the Hindutva ideologue, L.K. Advani look better.

GERMAN LEFT WINS STATE ELECTIONS IN THURINGIA

FAR RIGHT MAKES BIG GAINS AT THE COST OF CHRISTIAN DEMOCRATS
Author: John Wojcik - Published 31-10-2019 03:29 GMT-0000
Shouts of joy rang out on October 27 night at Berlin’s Karl Liebknecht Haus, headquarters of Germany’s Left Party (Die Linke), when it was learned that Die Linke won the state elections in Thuringia with 31% of the vote, the highest total ever for the party in any of Germany’s 16 states.
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.

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