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September 28, 2020

Divide And Conquer

When it was announced, it made headlines around the world. The ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme had been implemented by the British government in order to encourage people to spend money in the reopened bars and restaurants after the pandemic led to mass closures of businesses. As in much of the rest of the world, including India, the F&B industry has been among the most affected by the outbreak and subsequent lockdowns and restrictions.

Divide And Conquer

2 mins

Ladakh May Get Back Land, Job Protection Guarantees

Ladakh may get back the protection in jobs and land that were guaranteed to the erstwhile state of J&K under Article 35A. This was indicated by a delegation of political representatives from Ladakh on Sunday who withdrew their call to boycott the upcoming hill council elections a day after holding talks with Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

Ladakh May Get Back Land, Job Protection Guarantees

1 min

The Soldier Who Donned Many Hats In Vajpayee Era

The death of former Union minister Jaswant Singh marks the end of a shining star of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee era of Indian politics. Singh, one of the founding members of the BJP, was at the centre of Indian strategy and policies in the era in various roles in the defence, finance, and external affairs ministries.

The Soldier Who Donned Many Hats In Vajpayee Era

1 min

Hindus, Sikhs Flee Afghanistan After Attacks By Islamic State

Kabul Afghanistan’s dwindling community of Sikhs and Hindus is shrinking to its lowest levels. With growing threats from the local Islamic State (IS) affiliate, many are choosing to leave the country of their birth to escape the insecurity and a once-thriving community of as many as 250,000 members now counts fewer than 700.

Hindus, Sikhs Flee Afghanistan After Attacks By Islamic State

1 min

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The Morning Standard is an English-language newspaper published by Express Network Private Limited in India. The newspaper is published in six Indian cities: New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, and Hyderabad.

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