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The Wire report claims Tripura govt paid less amount to students for mid-day meal scheme, data shows govt paid 50% more

Tripura govt debunks The Wire report saying less amount was paid to students under mid-day meal scheme during lockdown

India Post delivers Rs 1,000 crore in cash to account holders, 23 lakh new bank accounts created during the lockdown

Nearly Rs 1,051 crore have been delivered by India Post in as many as 59 lakh transactions during the lockdown period

Number of poor people in India falls from 27 crore in 2011 to 8.4 crore in 2017: New study reveals

The study claims that as per the Tendulkar poverty line it, poverty in India reduced from 14.9 % in 2011 to 7.0 % in 2017, the fastest decline in poverty the country has ever seen.

Aadhar judgement has not gone far enough: NITI Ayog CEO

The apex court should have asked the centre for guidelines instead of scrapping section 57, says Amitabh Kant

Ravi shankar Prasad, Vasundhara Raje in the list of ‘most influential people in digital government’: Apolitical

The incumbent government has been pushing for expanded cyber infrastructure and digital inclusion in India.

Changing face of Rural India and how it could impact 2019 elections

Rural India is transforming at a dizzying speed

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Watch: TMC leaders and cadres in West Bengal protest Farm Bills with DJ, dance, gun and blood

With the Durga puja fever setting in TMC cadres were seen dancing and singing as they protested against the farmers bills

All you need to know about the Hathras gang rape case

Dispelling the news on social media, the Hathras police said that victim’s tongue was not cut off but injured.

‘The law applies equally to all and it shall apply to Amnesty International as well,’ MHA gives the dubious NGO a royal dressing down....

Amnesty International had accused the central govt of a witch-hunt against it blaiming them for its decision to wrap up

Delhi Riots Conspiracy Chargesheet Part 1: Yogendra Yadav, Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam, seeds of anarchy laid on 5th and the violence on 13th Dec

7 months after the gruesome riots, the Delhi police has filed the first chargesheet detailing the conspiracy that was hatched to unleash violence in the streets of Delhi.

Fact Check: Was Amnesty International forced to shut its operations in India due to its report on the Delhi Riots?

Amnesty International, one of the shadiest non-governmental organisations, was forced to shut down its operations in India on Tuesday

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Sanatana Dharma vs Bollywood on Republic Bharat: Arnab Goswami goes to war

Arnab Goswami has been at the forefront of the campaign against the drag racket in Bollywood and has not pulled any punches.

‘Maal is cigarette and hash are its different brands’, Deepika Padukone makes bizarre claims when confronted with ‘drug’ chats: Report

Deepika Padukone and others were apprised in advance as to what needed to be said during the interrogation, claimed NCB

“Your time of death has come”, radical Islamists attack actress-politician Nusrat Jahan on social media after she poses as Goddess Durga

An Instagram user, Sagar Hossain, questioned Nusrat Jahan, "Why do you support Hindus despite being a Muslim?"

Argentina: Legislator kisses bare breast of his girlfriend during online parliament session, resigns after the video goes viral

Juan Emilio Ameri claimed that he assumed that the camera was off and wanted to check out his girlfriend's new breast implants

Amnesty International, which had links to British govt and Islamist orgs shuts shop in India after it says the govt froze all its accounts:...

The government of India has stated that Amnesty has been receiving foreign funding and donations despite not registering under FCRA.

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