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Aishe Ghosh, Kanhaiya Kumar are doing what Left leaders should have done long ago

JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh’s decision to contest West Bengal election marks a welcome change in what has been at the root of Left's decline in India.
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Police asked to give charge sheet copies to Kanhaiya Kumar, 9 others in 2016 sedition case

Kumar and others, including former JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, were accused of raising anti-India slogans in 2016.
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Don’t read into them, says Nitish Kumar on meetings with LJP MP, Kanhaiya Kumar

Nitish Kumar said there was nothing political about the meetings, and as the CM he is approached by members of the state legislature to discuss matters related to their areas.
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Delhi court issues summons to Kanhaiya Kumar, 9 others in JNU sedition case

The court took cognisance of Delhi Police chargesheet, claiming Kanhaiya Kumar, others supported seditious slogans raised on JNU campus in February 2016, and summoned them on 15 March.

Kanhaiya Kumar meets Nitish aide Ashok Choudhary, triggers speculations in NDA

Some leaders in the ruling alliance say Choudhary’s meeting with Kanhaiya could have been yet another attempt by JD(U) to raise its stock after its performance in the assembly polls.
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Umar Khalid who? Kanhaiya Kumar’s strange silence over his JNU comrade’s arrest

Except for a vague post on Facebook — Kanhaiya Kumar has been quiet on his former JNU ally and Tihar Jail comrade Umar Khalid’s arrest in the Delhi riots case.
File image of Communist Party of India leader Kanhaiya Kumar | Photo: Twitter | @KanhaiyaKumar

RJD and CPI move past Kanhaiya Kumar issue, plan to fight Bihar assembly polls together

In 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Kanhaiya Kumar was a deal-breaker for CPI-RJD alliance. But now RJD is attempting to ‘prevent the split of secular votes’ with an alliance with CPI.
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Sambit Patra gets a bashing, Kanhaiya Kumar’s poem and Shashi Tharoor’s riddle

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.
File image of Communist Party of India leader Kanhaiya Kumar | Photo: Twitter | @KanhaiyaKumar

Digital polls in Bihar will meet the same fate as demonetisation, lockdown: Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya Kumar also says amid increased consciousness about the issues facing the poor, opposition parties must band together in their support.
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After long silence, Kanhaiya speaks up on student arrests: ‘Lesson to those who raise voice’

Kanhaiya Kumar blamed the lockdown for not having spoken up actively against the widespread student arrests over February riots in Delhi.

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Biles’ Olympics withdrawal is an act of courage. Only Gen-Z will understand why

It's not easy to live in the shoes of a 24-year-old, who has been put under a microscope, judged and labelled from the get-go. But critics won't understand.
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Centre’s fiscal deficit stood at 18.2% of budget estimate for FY22 at end of June

In absolute terms, the fiscal deficit was at Rs 2,74,245 crore. For the current financial year, the government expects the fiscal deficit at 6.8% of GDP or Rs 15,06,812 crore.

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12th India-China Corps Commander talks tomorrow, focus on ‘low-hanging fruits’ Gogra, Hot Springs

The India-China talks are expected to bring progress to the disengagement process in Gogra and Hot Springs, which was agreed upon by both sides last year.
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Like them or not, Taliban are a reality. India can deal with them if BJP resets its politics

Befriending the Taliban is possible, and pragmatic. It’s just that it calls for a big reset in the BJP’s domestic politics — a formula that goes beyond polarisation.