Friday, June 14, 2024

Topic: India

Govt. mandates approval for online events hosted by public institutions

The guidelines issued by Ministry of Education on 15 January, mandates approval from authorities to conduct online events on 'sensitive matters'. The memorandum, published in...

India creates history, wins series 2-1 in Australia

Indian cricket team pulled of an exhilarating three-wicket win over Australia in the fourth Test to claim the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy at The Gabba on Tuesday.

US rights groups demand to designate India a ‘Country of Particular Concern’

Leading American and global human and civil rights activists came together on Monday to reinforce the demand to designate India as a “country of particular concern” to prevent and combat ongoing persecution of its religious minorities.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan warns of rising Islamophobia

The Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan while addressing the UN General Assembly voiced deep concern over rising religious hatred, increased nationalism and worsening global tensions, factors that have accentuated ‘Islamophobia’, resulting in attacks against Muslims in many countries.

Incongruities in the Constitution

There must be some errors because of which the Constitutional texts have failed to replicate in spirit. As Benjamin Franklin said that Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are, there is a clamant need for all the sections of the society to come forward and raise their voices against such incongruities in the Constitution.

Cyclone Amphan hits India and Bangladesh coast

One of the most powerful in two decades, Cyclone Amphan entered coastline of India, killing at least 10 people in West Bengal. ...