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Why Does Prashant Kishor Brand Have a Low Chance of Success in the Absence of Partisanship?
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Why Does Prashant Kishor Brand Have a Low Chance of Success in the Absence of Partisanship?

Why Does Prashant Kishor Brand Prashant Kishor Twitter bio has a statement that reveals a reserved man. Its strange phrasing is both a command and a declaration of faith. But we might read his statements in a far more profound sense. One that foreshadows a depoliticization politics – shaped by the "end of philosophy" and the "art of the possible."  That underpins much of our current situation. He remains a severely unresearched person, much to our cost, since he plays an increasingly vital role in Indian politics. Kishor was removed from the Janata Dal in January 2020 for "anti-party activity." Kishor previously coordinated the party's victorious campaign for the Bihar elections in 2015. Alongside the Congress and the Rashtriya Janata Dal, and he was a minister in Nitish Kum...
Parliament Session 2021 Live Updates: TMC, Other Opposition MPs, And Rahul Gandhi Join The Protest
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Parliament Session 2021 Live Updates: TMC, Other Opposition MPs, And Rahul Gandhi Join The Protest

Parliament Session 2021 Live Updates, On Thursday, many opposition parties, such as the Congress, TMC, NCP, and RJD, organized a protest in the Rajya Sabha against pricing and the expulsion of 12 Rajya Sabha MPs. Similarly, the Assisted Reproductive Technology (Legislation) Bill, 2020, was passed in the Lok Sabha. The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Bill, 2021, will be introduced in the lower house recently by Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya. The Rajya Sabha would occupy the Dam Safety Act, which has been on the schedule on Monday, for deliberation and passage. In the Lok Sabha, Central Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia addressed the Covid epidemic and concerns about the new Omicron type, saying that the new variety represents a "se...
According to Manish Tewari book, India should have acted after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The BJP aims at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
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According to Manish Tewari book, India should have acted after the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. The BJP aims at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Manish Tewari book, Congress MP Manish Tewari questions the UPA-1 government's inaction in the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks. The book will be released on December 2, almost exactly one year after the Mumbai terrorist attacks. "Restraint is not a sign of strength for a state that has no qualms about slaughtering hundreds of innocent people. When actions speak louder than words, it's time to take action. As a result, in the days following India's 9/11; I believe that India should have launched a kinetic response "According to the book's excerpts. Tewari announced his new book in a tweet on Tuesday. ", he explained "I'm excited to announce that my fourth book, '10 Flash Points. The book examines every major national security challenge that India has faced in the last two decades obj...
Delhi construction News: It can resume, but schools will remain closed; the ban on trucks entering the city has been extended.
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Delhi construction News: It can resume, but schools will remain closed; the ban on trucks entering the city has been extended.

Delhi construction News, On Monday, the ban on construction projects in the capital was lifted. However, schools will continue to stay closed until further notice, and the ban on trucks entering the country, except for those carrying essential supplies, has been extended until November 26. On Sunday, the Commission for Air Quality Management in the National Capital Region and Adjacent Areas lifted the construction and demolition moratorium. The Delhi Environment Department, on the other hand, has issued new orders to regulate vehicular pollution. Except for those implicated in vital and emergency services, all offices of the Delhi government, autonomous bodies, and corporate entities will be closed until November 26. All employees, however, will work from home. The environment departme...
Will Delhi Air pollution news-related restrictions remain in place? Decision tomorrow
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Will Delhi Air pollution news-related restrictions remain in place? Decision tomorrow

Air pollution news Gopal Rai, the Delhi environment minister, will meet with senior government officials on Monday to evaluate the constraints placed in the national capital to reduce pollution levels. "The meeting has been termed to discuss the restrictions that are set to expire on Sunday. Officials from all concerned departments will be present," an official was quoted as saying by the news agency PTI. The Delhi government introduced a 10-point "decision list" last Wednesday, which included measures suggested by the central air panel as well as those imposed by the state government. Construction work has been banned in Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), and trucks have been barred from entering the city, according to the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM). ...