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OPPOSITION VIEWS MUST BE RESPECTED IN PARLIAMENT BY RULING NDA MINISTERS

INDIAN PHARMA COMPANIES ARE PROCEEDING FAST IN MANUFACTURING COVID VACCINE
Author: Harihar Swarup - Published 10:28 GMT-0000
Before the start of the truncated Monsoon session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said “this Parliament, particularly this session, has a special responsibility”. The PM is absolutely right, this Parliament does have a greater task – but that task and responsibility is not just what the PM says it is, “… to send out a unanimous message that the entire country stands behind its armed forces… with one voice”. It goes beyond that.

COUP FIGUREHEAD DROPS OUT AS MORALES’S SOCIALISTS SET TO WIN BOLIVIAN PRESIDENCY

OCTOBER ELECTIONS WILL IMPART NEW DYNAMISM TO LEFT IN LATIN AMERICA
Author: Ben Chacko - Published 09:46 GMT-0000
Bolivia’s coup President Jeanine Añez has dropped out of next month’s presidential elections after polls showed her scraping just over 5 per cent of the vote.

UNCERTAINTY IN U.S. SUPREME COURT AFTER JUSTICE GINSBURG’S DEATH

WILL TRUMP ABIDE BY HER LAST WISH TO POSTPONE REPLACEMENT AFTER NOV 3
Author: Sushil Kutty - Published 09:42 GMT-0000
To quote a TV anchor, not the one served with a privilege notice by the Maharashtra Assembly, “The future is unwritten and we’re in utterly uncharted territory.” This anchor wasn’t talking about the LAC and what would be unfolding there in the coming days. Nor was he presenting his two paisa worth on what’s gonna unravel in matters concerning mysterious deaths and ganja gangs and stoned superstars.

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE HAD PEAKED UNDER MODI REGIME MUCH BEFORE CORONA STRUCK

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ARE NOT DELIBERATELY RELEASING LATEST DATA ON JOBLESS
Author: Arun Srivastava - Published 09:39 GMT-0000
Modi government’s denial to accept the survey data provided by “non-government agency about the loss of jobs of 21 million salaried jobs between April and August, weeks after suggesting that 18.9 million salaried jobs were lost between April and July, has not come as a surprise. It would be foolhardy to expect that the Modi government would accept any suggestion, idea or lacuna which appears to be riding over the image of the Modi government or giving a bad name to him or eclipsing the appearance of his rich and corporate friends.

AKALI MINISTER’S RESIGNATION FROM CABINET ON FARM BILLS EXPOSES FISSURES IN NDA

HARSIMRAT BADAL’S DECISION IS GUIDED BY INTERESTS OF BIG PEASANTS IN PUNJAB
Author: Anjan Roy - Published 09:36 GMT-0000
The political earthquake in parliament house on Thursday culminating in the resignation of the Shiromani Akali Dal’s Harsimrat Kaur Badal from union cabinet reflected the fault lines in the ruling coalition under pressure from entrenched vested interests.

COVID BRINGS CYBER ATTACKS CLOSER TO HOME

HACKERS FIND A HIGH-POTENTIAL NEW WORLD
Author: K Raveendran - Published 09:32 GMT-0000
Covid has changed the way people shop, learn, and work. E-commerce is booming, brick-and-mortar retailers are shifting to digital platforms, and schools and offices have adopted online classes and working from home.

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