फासीवाद अगर देश से भागेगा तो केवल नरेंद्र मोदी को सत्ता से हटाने से नहीं, बल्कि जब सभी शोषितों को उनका अधिकार मिलेगा। इसमें छोटी से छोटी लड़ाइयां शामिल हैं।
Families with an income cap of Rs. 6 lakh per year will be eligible to avail the benefit.
While farmers are killing themselves over meager sums of money, the shameless political elite of the state have gorged up funds worth thousands of crores.
In West Bengal, when it comes to politics, only one name comes to mind – Mamata Banerjee.
The real issue at hand here isn't the Kohinoor itself, but our own inconsistent histories.
The Dongaria Kondhs, a vulnerable tribe of Odisha have had a decade-long fight against London-based Vedanta Resources and there's still a long way to go.
As an Indian, how you experience India depends on your birth and the people you meet in your life.
Leaving the EU would mean the British economy would lose 2.2% of its GDP by 2030.
The proposal for the same was first mooted during the UPA government’s tenure in 2013.
Youth Ki Awaaz speaks to young voters and leaders in West Bengal amidst the ongoing Assembly elections.
The idea behind this rap video came from the uncanny resemblance between the plot of 'Game Of Thrones' and the real world's socio-political situation.
Instead of dividing the student community over 'anti-national' JNU vs. 'patriotic' NIT, why don't they question the government?
The current air in Assam is such that the election vibe is affecting even those who think themselves to be apolitical.
Guess what Mr. Arun Jaitley did ever so silently without anyone noticing. He just proposed an amendment to the law to make this company not foreign anymore.
The Election Commission (EC) has announced an unprecedented seven phase poll in West Bengal for the Legislative Assembly Election in 294 Assembly seats.
In 2011, the Trinamool Congress came to power with a thumping victory after 34 years of 'Left Rule' in Bengal.
What is required of the next government of Assam is to focus and be responsive to the rapid changes in environment.
For the layman, the situation in Turkey might seem to be a political disarray, but it is somewhat more complicated than that.
Before resorting to the dismissal of a government under Article 356, the government must leave no stone unturned to put things in order in the state.
It's very shocking for the ruling party that 60% of respondents felt that the law and order situation in the state has worsened in the last four years.
Is RSS willing to chuck its most important symbols to make the organisation more palatable to the minorities and communities which have so far avoided it?