Firstpost Editor's Picks: Donald Trump-Imran Khan meet, need for strong anti-defection law, Uttarakhand migrant crisis; today's must-read stories
Editor's Picks: Donald Trump's sordid romance with Imran Khan, Subhash Chandra Garg’s exit, Messbari project; today's must-read stories.
Islamabad, alone, has reason to coyly encourage Trump’s overtures: His retreat from Kabul will be gift for General Qamar Javed Bajwa, bringing untold wealth to the country, just as 9/11 was for General Pervez Musharraf.
The anti-defection legislation was brought in with the view that if the evil of political defections was not combated, it is “likely to undermine our democracy and the very principles that sustain it”.
It is no secret in Delhi’s power corridors that Garg played a major role in stepping up the demand for the share in capital reserves from the regulators to the government and his proposals weren’t often welcomed by the RBI and SEBI.
Predominantly male-centric spaces, the messbaris are inherent to the city that evolved from Calcutta to Kolkata. While some have remained untouched by time, others struggle to survive under the weight of their own forgotten histories.
A resource which occurs abundantly in Uttarakhand, is the Buransh or Rhododendron. The buransh flowers not only have socio-cultural value but are also a lifeline for the women who collect and make juice from them, which they sell locally.
The development came shortly after Chaudhry publicly criticised the Pakistan government for plotting to arrest the country's former prime minister Imran Khan.
Innumerable supporters of Imran Khan and his party - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) - congregated in large number outside his residence at Zaman Park, Lahore, to resist a potential arrest of their leader