Nine years of Modi and 9 crucial policiesOn May 28, 2023 by Prashansa Agarwal
As Narendra Modi completes nine years in office as the Prime Minister of India, it is crucial to examine his government’s achievements and initiatives across key areas such as the economy, infrastructure development, and foreign policy. Over the years, the Modi government has implemented various policies and reforms aimed at fostering economic growth, transforming India’s infrastructure landscape, and strengthening its position on the global stage.
Noc given to Rahul Gandhi by Delhi Court: To obtain an ordinary passport for three years amid concerns raised by BJP Stalwart over the ongoing probe against himOn May 28, 2023 by Pushpendra
Rahul Gandhi, the Congress party stalwart, was found guilty in a criminal defamation suit against him over the inappropriate statements made him regarding the surname ‘Modi.’ Resultantly, he became disqualified as an M.P. and he had to surrender his diplomatic passport. Then he applied for an ordinary passport for 10 years but the court agreed to give a NOC for a passport for 3 years only.
Streamer has his hand cut off after a man attacked him with a sword mid-streamOn May 28, 2023 by Astha Modi
Social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, with millions of people around the world using platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to connect with friends and family, share photos and updates, and stay informed about current events. While social media has many benefits, including increased connectivity and access to information, there is growing concern about its impact on mental health.
Krishna Janmabhoomi-ShahiIdgah Dispute: Allahabad High Court Transfers To Itself All Suits Pending In Mathura CourtOn May 28, 2023 by Garima Pandey
The Krishna Janmabhoomi-Shahi Idgah Dispute is a long-standing legal dispute between two religious
groups in India. The dispute centers on the ownership of a site known as Shahi Idgah, located in
Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. Both Hindus and Muslims claim ownership over this land due to its
association with their respective religions; however, the Allahabad High Court recently transferred all
pending suits related to this case from Mathura court to itself.
Children Right During Times Of War, Poverty, And Other ConflictsOn May 28, 2023 by Ankita Chauhan
HOW DO WAR AND CONFLICTS DETERMINE CHILDREN AND WHY ARE CHILDREN USED TO FIGHTING IN WAR AND WHAT HAPPENED TO CHILDREN DURING THE CONFLICTS?
New Parliament Building: Symbol for a Self-Reliant IndiaOn May 28, 2023 by V B Archana Priya
Home Minister Amit Shah stated that the new Parliament building symbolizes a self-reliant India and serves as a center for fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of all Indians. He emphasized the Modi government’s dedication to empowering the country’s poor and deprived sections, highlighting that the Parliament House represents faith in democracy, reminding citizens of their
The Syrian Conflict: A Struggle for Survival and Shattered DreamsOn May 27, 2023 by Nishtha Maurya
The Syrian conflict stands as a haunting testament to the devastating consequences of a
protracted civil war. What began as a call for political reform in 2011 rapidly escalated into a
brutal conflict that consumed the nation and caused immeasurable human suffering.
Genocide and Human Rights ViolationOn May 27, 2023 by Astha Trivedi
Genocide word derived from two words that are ‘Geno’ and ‘Cide’. Geno is a Greek word that means “Race or Tribe” and Cide is a Latin word that means “Killing”. So, Genocide is the act of ‘killing a race or tribe in a particular area or in whole’.
Varanasi District Judge Consolidates All Pending Suits Concerning Gyanvapi Dispute, To Hear Them Together.On May 25, 2023 by Falak Kokcha
The Varanasi district court on Tuesday ordered that seven cases of the same nature related to the Gyanvapi complex dispute be heard together. The Shringar Gauri-Gyanvapi suit being the leading case.The court of district judge Ajay Krishna Vishvesh fixed July 7 as the next hearing date. “The district court, while exercising his special power, has
According to Turkish intelligence, the Mossad ring that is waging war against Iran has been revealed.On May 25, 2023 by Anjali Singh
Pro-government Turkish media reports 11 arrests in the second alleged Mossad spy operation discovered less than six months ahead of Sunday’s runoff elections. This is the second time in less than a year that Istanbul claims it has uncovered an espionage network run by Israel’s Mossad. On Tuesday, Turkey’s top intelligence agency claimed to have