Government Issues

Manipur govt. against drug cartels, not Kukis

Why in NEWS Manipur Chief Minister on Wednesday said that his government is against drug cartels operating in the State and not the Kuki community, the members of which have been in the past accused by certain quarters of being involved in the narcotics business. Way Forword Tension began when …

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Govt. is ready for discussion on Manipur

Why in NEWS Union Home Minister told the Lok Sabha on Monday that the government was ready for a discussion on Manipur on the floor of the House as the country needs to know the “truth about the sensitive situation in the State”. What is happening in Manipur Manipur, a …

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FIR reveals horrific killing of Manipur youth

As armed mobs of men and women were looting police armouries across Imphal in Manipur in early May, one of the first victims of the ethnic conflict was a 21-year-old undergraduate student from Churachandpur district, who was arrested for sharing a social media post against Chief Minister N. Biren Singh. …

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Dilemmas of India’s great power ambitions

Even though domestic inabilities will continue to moderate New Delhi’s ability to influence the world order, being unwilling to be a ‘global rule shaper’ would be a strategic blunder Notwithstanding the (equally faulty) hyper-nationalist and deeply-pessimistic narratives, the story of the rise of India, and the attendant challenges, must be …

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OFFENCES UNDER WILDLIFE PROTECTION ACT

UP man booked under Wildlife Protection Act for keeping injured Sarus crane. The Wildlife Protection Act came into force in 1972. To provide for the protection of wild animals, birds and plants to ensure the ecological and environmental security of the country. To conserve protected species in two main ways: firstly, by prohibiting their hunting and secondly by protecting their habitat through the creation …

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THREATS TO HIMALAYAS

Number of pilgrims and tourists in stressed areas must be capped. Globally, this is the accepted norm. The large cracks appearing on the Badrinath highway near subsidence-hit Joshimath pose big questions for the Char Dham Yatra. There are reports that even old cracks along the highway are re-emerging. If true, …

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