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Arriving in India? Think before you do in view of Omicron variant

The Indian government has passed a series of measures for arriving international passengers in view of the Omicron variant threat of Covid 19.  The rule...

Modi remains most popular global leader: Ahead of Biden, Johnson

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity among people remains unchallenged despite several odds he has faced in recent times. In a recent survey conducted by...

Vaccine passports could be ‘discriminatory’: Dr Harsh Vardhan

India has firmly opposed the adoption of COVID-19 vaccine passports at the G7 meeting of health ministers on Friday, saying that such an initiative...

It’s just not defiance; it’s an act of subversion by WhatsApp

Let’s say I ask you which individual do you think is the biggest threat to India as we know it.  And let’s define threat as...

India to fast-track approval of other foreign Covid-19 vaccines

Amid the increasing positive cases, the Indian government in a significant step has decided to fast-track the approvals for foreign-produced Covid-19 vaccines that have...

UK’s richest woman is owner of Bet365: Made nearly 500m pounds last year

Denise Coates has hit the jackpot yet again. The 53-year-old founder and chief executive officer of Bet365 Group Ltd. pocketed 468.9 million pounds ($648...

The Independent: A piece on farmers’ protest which is gutter journalism at its worst

If I was the Tax authority in the United Kingdom, I would seek out this chartered accountant from Berkshire and demand the list of...

How India deals with domestic terrorism: UAPA is not enough

It’s a two-part piece: One, how India deals with domestic terrorism which would be our everyday life from now on. Two, why it would...

Supreme Court, almost overnight, is less intimidating

Law is not for lawyers. Law is not for the government.  Law is not for some people, somewhere or the rich.  Law is for everyone.  I read this...

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