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Jun 16, 2017
CBI to The New York Times editorial on NDTV raids: India does not require lesson on freedom of pressThe New York Times published a scathing piece on the NDTV raids. The editorial was not left unheard, as it received a letter to the editor from the CBI
Jun 12, 2017
Hamid Ansari says India's freedom struggle closely linked to journalists, society needs free pressRecalling the contribution of journalists to the Indian freedom struggle, Hamid Ansari said democracy needs free press and the same goes for society as well
Jun 08, 2017
Police assault Samajwadi Party workers for showing black flags to Yogi Adityanath's convoyThe protesters alleged that a "BJP event" was being held at the university at the expense of the institution and the students.
Jun 05, 2017
London attack: Beleaguered Britain appears ready to turn the corner against Islamist terrorism, ditch political correctnessTo win the war on Islamist terrorism, the first step must be to acknowledge that the poisonous ideology is moored in Islam. Denial is not an option.
Jun 05, 2017
CPI-M calls for discussion on the design choices of EVMs with EC and partiesDubbing the June 3 EVM challenge of the EC as "too restrictive", the CPI-M on Sunday called for regular discussions between the poll panel and political parties.
Jun 03, 2017
The Communist Party of India not allowed to witness EVM challengeThe Communist Party of India today came down heavily on the Election Commission over its "deplorable" move of not allowing it to witness today's EVM challenge.
Jun 01, 2017
Army chief Bipin Rawat's views on Kashmir mirror all that is wrong with Modi govt: CPMBipin Rawat's views on Jammu and Kashmir "exemplifies all that is wrong with the way the Modi government is dealing with the situation there",a CPM magazine said.
May 29, 2017
Ex-Greek PM Constantine Mitsotakis dies at 98; was country's longest-serving parliamentarianEx Greek prime minister Constantine Mitsotakis, an early proponent of austerity cuts Greece eventually had to adopt during the economic crisis, died aged 98
May 28, 2017
Three years of Narendra Modi govt: Prime minister discusses value of constructive criticism on Mann ki BaatWelcoming diverse assessments of three years of his government, Narendra Modi underlined the significance of constructive criticism in strengthening democracy and assured the people that shortcomings would be rectified
May 27, 2017
Hong Kong's autonomy is not a licence to challenge Beijing: Chinese officialA top Chinese official said on Saturday that Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy must not be taken as a licence to confront Beijing, and urged the territory's government to implement contentious new national security laws.