A Youth Congress supporter waves a party flag | Representational image | ANI File Photo
A Congress supporter waves a party flag | Representational image | ANI File Photo
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Dilemma for Congress’ G-22 – Stay for tomatoes or switch to TMC where Mamata brooks no dissent

G-22 members must feel stuck. The Gandhis won’t let them survive and the members’ loyalty and core ideological beliefs won’t let them quit. That’s where Mamata Banerjee comes in, writes D.K. Singh.

Modi on Time 100 list for ‘Hindu nationalism, eroding Muslims’ rights, mishandling Covid’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of three Indians on Time’s 100 Most Influential list. The only other Indian politician on the list is West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee., reports Nikhil Rampal.

New IAF chief looks beyond 36 additional Rafale jets, wants 114 multi role fighter aircraft

IAF chief Air Chief Marshal V.R. Chaudhari also said first unit of S-400 air defence system would be delivered this year but it doesn’t mean force can cut down on fighter requirement, reports Snehesh Alex Philip.

I am offshore Pakistani General. My establishment beat India in Pandora Papers

We may say Indians are our enemies, but the Pakistani Generals well know how important India is to our offshore accounts, writes General Twitter.

I suffered OFB decline in quality – from average in 1970s to unacceptable by 2000s

Our soldiers, in terms of personal clothing and combat gear, are among the worst equipped in the world. About the quality of ammunition, the lesser said the better, writes Lt Gen (retd) H.S. Panag.

In trying to save the world, James Bond just saved the franchise

Does the world need 007? James Bond has given us the ultimate Goldfinger, writes Neera Majumdar.

Why Lakhimpur Kheri to Kashmir via Punjab is the road India cannot risk taking

Lakhimpur Kheri’s Sikhs need a healing touch. Modi govt can’t allow their anger to spread to Punjab when Pakistan is dropping weapons there & terrorists are targeting Hindus, Sikhs in J&K to create new instability, writes Shekhar Gupta in ‘National Interest’.

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