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BJP trying to make inroads into Kerala, West Bengal and Odisha

Sunday, 15 October 2017

The BJP has got into poll campaign gear after completing its half term as the ruling party at the Centre. Senior leaders of the party have started visiting the states where the party has done very poorly in the previous Lok Sabha polls and also state assembly elections. The present campaign launched by the BJP leaders in the Left-ruled Kerala aims at creating a favourable political atmosphere for itself prior to the next general elections.

The BJP has got into poll campaign gear after completing its half term as the ruling party at the Centre. Senior leaders of the party have started visiting the states where the party has done very poorly in the previous Lok Sabha polls and also state assembly elections. The present campaign launched by the BJP leaders in the Left-ruled Kerala aims at creating a favourable political atmosphere for itself prior to the next general elections.

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Wit, humour and all things socio-political

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Name: On India - Khushwant Singh,
Edited: Mala Dayal
Published: Rupa
Pages: 141
Price: Rs 191

Khushwant Singh has written on a variety of issues in his very long career as a journalist and an author. A collection of writings penned by this versatile author on issues related to India and her major cities titled On India has been published recently. The book has been edited by Singh’s daughter, Mala Dayal.

Name: On India - Khushwant Singh,
Edited: Mala Dayal
Published: Rupa
Pages: 141
Price: Rs 191

Khushwant Singh has written on a variety of issues in his very long career as a journalist and an author. A collection of writings penned by this versatile author on issues related to India and her major cities titled On India has been published recently. The book has been edited by Singh’s daughter, Mala Dayal.

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Alphons in Union Cabinet: Modi reaches out to Christians in Kerala and also country

Monday, 11 September 2017

Alphons belonged to the 1979 batch of the Kerala cadre. As a bureaucrat, he had led Kottayam into becoming the first district in state to attain 100  per cent literacy. He had won Kerala Assembly election in 2006 as an independent with support by the Left, from a Christian-dominated constituency. In 2011, Alphons had joined BJP.

Alphons belonged to the 1979 batch of the Kerala cadre. As a bureaucrat, he had led Kottayam into becoming the first district in state to attain 100  per cent literacy. He had won Kerala Assembly election in 2006 as an independent with support by the Left, from a Christian-dominated constituency. In 2011, Alphons had joined BJP.

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Goa bypoll may not throw up surprises

Saturday, 26 August 2017

The poll verdict clearly indicated that the people in Goa had totally ruled out the Aam Aadmi Party, which had initially appeared as a major contender for power and also the Goa Suraksha Manch, the political splinter group of the local Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Both these parties failed to win even a single seat in the Goa assembly.

The poll verdict clearly indicated that the people in Goa had totally ruled out the Aam Aadmi Party, which had initially appeared as a major contender for power and also the Goa Suraksha Manch, the political splinter group of the local Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Both these parties failed to win even a single seat in the Goa assembly.

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Church is in a fix over gay marriage issue

Saturday, 22 July 2017

The Roman Catholic Church, which claims following of 1.2 billion people, cannot play the role of a mute spectator as more nations change their laws to allow same sex people to enter into matrimonial alliance.

The Roman Catholic Church, which claims following of 1.2 billion people, cannot play the role of a mute spectator as more nations change their laws to allow same sex people to enter into matrimonial alliance.

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PSS’s DIL to conduct courses in German

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Pune: Pune Sevasadan Society’s (PSS) Deodhar Institute of Languages (DIL) has announced two courses in German language.   

Spoken German 1 course offers an opportunity to improve speaking skills. It will be held from August 1 till November 19, twice a week, Monday and Friday, from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm. Minimum qualification required is Std 12th (with German)/Diploma in German/B1/ SY BA (German).

Pune: Pune Sevasadan Society’s (PSS) Deodhar Institute of Languages (DIL) has announced two courses in German language.   

Spoken German 1 course offers an opportunity to improve speaking skills. It will be held from August 1 till November 19, twice a week, Monday and Friday, from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm. Minimum qualification required is Std 12th (with German)/Diploma in German/B1/ SY BA (German).

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Sanskrit scholar Fr Noel Kantilal Sheth no more

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Fr George Pattery, leader of the Jesuits in India, hailed Father Sheth as ‘an erudite scholar in Sanskrit literature, which enabled him to be thorough in his research. He could authoritatively speak on Hindu literature, which won him friends among scholars

Fr George Pattery, leader of the Jesuits in India, hailed Father Sheth as ‘an erudite scholar in Sanskrit literature, which enabled him to be thorough in his research. He could authoritatively speak on Hindu literature, which won him friends among scholars

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Prevent social tension and bring back harmony and peace in Goa

Monday, 10 July 2017

Goa has a reputation of being a peaceful, tourist-friendly tiny territory. With the improvement in roads and transport facilities recently, Goa has turned out to be one of the most favourite tourist destination in India.

Goa which has a legacy of over 400-year-old Portuguese regime, is also known for its peaceful co-existence of the Hindu and Catholics communities. Unfortunately, the recent incidents of desecration of holy cross in the Catholic-dominated south Goa have posed threats to the centuries-old social harmony.

Goa has a reputation of being a peaceful, tourist-friendly tiny territory. With the improvement in roads and transport facilities recently, Goa has turned out to be one of the most favourite tourist destination in India.

Goa which has a legacy of over 400-year-old Portuguese regime, is also known for its peaceful co-existence of the Hindu and Catholics communities. Unfortunately, the recent incidents of desecration of holy cross in the Catholic-dominated south Goa have posed threats to the centuries-old social harmony.

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No party willing to take gamble of mid-term polls in the State

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

The moot question is that can any of the warring factions of the ruling alliance or the opposition parties afford the gamble of mid-term polls or at any stage in the near future

The moot question is that can any of the warring factions of the ruling alliance or the opposition parties afford the gamble of mid-term polls or at any stage in the near future

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