Amla juice, honey, toothpaste and ghee are some of the popular offerings of yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s FMCG giant Patanjali. But that’s not all. The multi-million-dollar company has had a tech unit since 2019 that offers cloud services and other IT solutions, reports Himani Chandna.
Auto-rickshaw driver Shahid (22) was shot in his stomach during the riots, while Bihar native Mubarak Hussain (28) was shot in his chest. Nazeem Khan (35) was shot dead when he had gone out to buy ration. Read the ground report of Delhi riots by Sanya Dhingra and Fatima Khan.
The roots of the Delhi communal riots, and the poisonous NRC-NPR-CAA nexus, can be traced to the Assam NRC order by the Supreme Court. The order began a diabolical chronology, which the BJP capitalised on, writes Shekhar Gupta.
No one is born woke, just like no one is born a bigot. And unfriending on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter is just virtue-signalling, it helps no one, writes Samira Sood.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not want, far less design, Delhi riots during Trump’s visit. His opponents were in no position to plan the violence. But this was no accident, writes Yogendra Yadav.
Although India is no longer the desperately poor country of the 1980s and 1990s, it seems to have become a less attractive country to live and work. The economic refugees of old have been replaced by well-placed people leaving (or staying away from) India’s unattractive political economy, writes T.N. Ninan.
Kapil Mishra, 39, was exposed to politics at a young age. He is known to have actively worked in Northeast Delhi’s Karawal Nagar where his mother and former mayor from the BJP, Annapurna Mishra, was a leader. Mishra’s decision to hold a pro-CAA rally in Northeast Delhi’s Jaffrabad is said to have triggered the communal riots in the national capital, writes Aneesha Bedi.
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