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A profile of Major General Gagandeep Bakshi (retd) who recently let loose a volley of insults at a Republic Bharat panellist, probably a first on TV, by Nandita Singh.
A leap of 8,929 per cent in five months of relisting after insolvency, and then a steep fall for six consecutive trading days — the stock movement of Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali Ayurved-acquired Ruchi Soya Industries has left markets perplexed, reports Remya Nair.
China is disengaging from the LAC and the one thing the Chinese are surely taking back is the ill-will of a fellow Asian power, far poorer but strong in the knowledge that it has many more friends than Beijing does today, writes Jyoti Malhotra.
Pakistani Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa is being careful not to aggravate LoC. If Bajwa didn’t escalate after India’s revocation of Article 370, he won’t do so now, writes Ayesha Siddiqa.
The Central government has recommended action against a 2016-batch IAS officer Asif K. Yusuf of the Kerala cadre for allegedly submitting a fake Other Backward Class (OBC) certificate that allowed him to improve his UPSC rank, reports Sanya Dhingra.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has not attended a single meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence, of which he is a member, since its formation as part of the 17th Lok Sabha last year, reports Fatima Khan.
Uttar Pradesh, our largest state by population and most powerful, is also the worst governed. A state with 1-in-6 Indians has no hope because of its size, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s edition of ‘National Interest’.
Courtesy – MSN