Author: Abhishek Bhardwaj

Smriti Irani demands a trial in the case against Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam

Union Minister of Textiles and BJP leader Smriti Irani demanded a trial in the case related to derogatory remarks made by Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam. Smriti Irani appeared before the Delhi’s Patiala House Court along with the accused Congress leader. She stated that she was not ready to settle the dispute outside the court […]

Unlike under Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Andhra Pradesh was divided for political gains

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leader Jayadev Galla spoke yesterday on the no-confidence motion which was initiated at the behest of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu. The millionaire CEO and TDP MP Galla spoke about Andhra Pradesh, saying that the division of Andhra Pradesh had been done in an unscientific and unplanned manner and had […]

Taking a cue from Hindu practice, Chinese government promotes cremation over burial.

Seventy one percent of the Earth is roughly covered in water, the rest 29% of the Earth is land area which includes deserts, mountains, ice caps and inhabited places. Population of the Earth has increased exponentially in the past few hundred years to reach 7 plus billion. It is therefore becoming increasingly difficult to provide […]

MoS Defence tells the Parliament that Army has conducted several surgical strikes as and when needed

The Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre, in a written reply, has informed the Parliament about the various surgical strikes which have been carried out by the armed forces in the past 15 years. The written reply presented in the Parliament read, “Based on specific and credible inputs about terrorist teams having positioned themselves […]

Alarming under-representation of women and minority groups in Congress Working Committee

Indian National Congress has always tried to present itself as a pro-women and pro-minority party. It has time and again denounced its opposition for being anti-minority and praised itself for being the sole champion for women and minority rights. The tall claims of Congress were laid to rest by themselves on the 17th of July […]

Opposition’s misplaced overconfidence will mark the demise of the No-confidence motion

The Chandrababu Naidu led No confidence motion against the NDA government seems to have gained some new suitors. The motion which needs the support of at least 50 members has been accepted by the Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. The Lower House is now all set to hold discussions on the no-confidence motion on Friday, […]

Arjun Tendulkar takes his first international wicket against Sri Lanka U-19

There was much brouhaha when a 16 year old boy was selected in the Indian cricket team. The selection for the cricket team which had to tour Pakistan happened in 1989, the boy who debuted on that tour is today known as the ‘God of Cricket’ Sachin Tendulkar. Many issues were cooked up at the […]

As the Yahoo Messenger bids good bye, it leaves behind some beautiful memories

The ages old dearie of the social networking world Yahoo Messenger is finally going to shut shop today on the 17th of July. The platform which had opened the eyes of the world to a new pastime is finally going to bow out after facing stiff competition from Whatsapp and other social media websites like […]

To create the leaders of tomorrow, Government is planning a massive initiative oriented towards empowering the youth

According to media reports, the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is thinking of announcing a new military training program in the days to come. National Youth Empowerment Scheme or N-YES, will be directed towards the youth population of the country. The scheme which is reportedly going to enlist 10 lakh youth annually […]

This is why we don’t see India playing in the Football World cup

The Football World Cup final played between France and Croatia was a thrilling one. The high-octane performance by the French national team gave them the chance to lift the prestigious World Cup for the second time. Croatia lost in the finals but it surprised every viewer with their performance right till the very end. A […]

Hima Das, the Gold medal winner, is a fighter against social ills

Hima Das, the Indian sprinter from Assam, has made the whole country proud by winning gold at the 400-metre sprint in World Junior Athletics Championship. Hima Das became the first Indian to win a gold at the track event held in Tampere, Finland. She took 51.46 seconds to clinch the gold in Women’s 400 metres […]

US politician threatens to cut military and economic aid to Pakistan

Dana Rohrabacher, a politician from the United States who represents California’s 48th congressional district in the House of Representatives has slammed Pakistan in strong words. Dana Rohrabacher is a senior politician who had earlier served as a speechwriter and Special Assistant to former President Ronald Reagan. His words therefore carry some weight and reveal what […]
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