As the holy month of fasting begins, Indian Muslims are faced with a crisis — there’s no RoohAfza in the market. An iftar without RoohAfza is just not the same, at least for North Indian Muslims, writes Shivam Vij.
A chief secretary-rank IAS officer has accused P.K. Mishra, additional principal secretary to the prime minister, and three other senior bureaucrats of committing atrocities against him under the SC/ST Act, and thwarting his career growth due to caste bias, reports Sanya Dhingra.
China is trying to leverage Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar’s listing as a global terrorist to bring India on board the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) bandwagon. Read the report by Nayanima Basu to know more.
Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa is learnt to have dissented in four decisions taken by the Election Commission — one against BJP president Amit Shah and the rest three that absolved Prime Minister Narendra Modi of flouting the Model Code of Conduct, reports Sanya Dhingra.
Umang Agarwal, who runs a small factory in Kanpur, explains how the Narendra Modi government has helped global businesses to boom and evolve, but ignored the small traditional ones, which comprise 85 per cent of the business community. Read the report by Shivam Vij to know more.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has failed to make it to the list of Time magazine this year for the second consecutive year. This, even as his counterpart across the border, Pakistan’s Imran Khan, entered the coveted list, writes Srijan Shukla.
Narendra Modi has boldly ventured to redevelop Varanasi’s messy, filthy inner city. It’s a restoration project that can delight his large Hindu constituency, writes Shekhar Gupta.
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