CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury at the IGI airport on 24 August
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury at the IGI airport in New Delhi on 24 August | PTI
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New Delhi: Migrant workers’ misery continues and politicians and celebrities alike express their distress, while ethical French hacker Elliot Alderson issues a friendly warning and check out former US president Barack Obama’s cryptic tweet.

In plain and simple language, CPI(M) Secretary General Sitaram Yechury passes judgment on the Modi government’s Covid-19 economic relief plan.

Yogendra Yadav, President of Swaraj India, presents some shocking statistics on portable ration cards.


Don’t know about Yadav, but BJP MP Tejasvi Surya is happy with PM Narendra Modi’s ‘one nation, one ration card’ scheme — and with Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani — find out why.

Rajya Sabha MP and Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi doesn’t know whether to believe Union Minister Piyush Goel or the media on ‘starvation’…

Dare to bare! Minister of State for Sports Kiren Rijiju shares a video of some ‘tough’ members of the Parliament.

 Wanted: Someone to do the math with actor Mandira Bedi’s son. We completely sympathise with your son, Ms Bedi.

What is coronavirus teaching us? Harvard University Professor Lawrence H. Summers gives some perspective.

Major Gaurav Arya (retd) has a message for Pakistani army General Javed Bajwa and it isn’t pleasant.

Watch how Delhi Police made the day for Olympic medallist and boxer Mary Kom.

Congressman Gaurav Pandhi has some wardrobe suggestions for the RSS following the PM’s aatma nirbharta speech.

Ethical hacker Elliot Alderson is at it again, this time he has caught out the Karnataka state government.

And lastly, what is former US president Barack Obama urging Americans to do?

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