Ram Nath Kovind to be the next president: Dalit leaders voice their expectations, say president-elect must speak for community
Two decades on, for the second time in the history of India, a Dalit — who is also a longstanding BJP leader and former governor of Bihar — Ram Nath Kovind, has been elected to the highest office. Is this a sign that the welfare of Dalits is a key government priority?
A reputation to deliver would have stood Rahul in good stead when he sought votes for the Congress from an electorate that has moved on from judging leaders through the ideological lens.
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Genetically modified mustard no solution for India’s Rs 64,000 crore edible oil import bill, low farm income
Pushing farmers to grow oilseeds again will mean making the crop as attractive as cotton, one of its main competitors for requiring similar agro-climatic conditions.
India’s biggest cattle loss is the male of the species. today India’s most vulnerable cattle are males born to dairy farmers who have no use for them.
Tanya Rana, 19, a medical school aspirant enrolled with a coaching institute in Kota, hung herself on 20 January, 2017, leaving Dhruv Dev Rana, her father, clueless about her extreme step. She left no suicide note.