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August 04, 2021

Rahul steps up to fill Oppn leadership vacuum

FORMER Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday hosted a breakfast meeting for Opposition MPs to possibly stake his claim for their leadership at a later date. By doing so, he tried to end a self-created leadership vacuum, which leaders like West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and NCP boss Sharad Pawar had sought to fill in recent weeks.

Rahul steps up to fill Oppn leadership vacuum

1 min

Olympic contingent at Red Fort on Independence Day

‘Confidence of Indian athletes at a peak’The Prime Minister lauded India’s athletes for giving their best at the Olympics. “Our players haven’t just qualified, they are giving their best performance too. Our players and teams are giving a tough fight to their competitors with better rankings. The conviction and confidence of Indian players are at a peak.” Modi said that the Indian players are showing this confidence because of transparency in the selection system and proper identification of talent.

Olympic contingent at Red Fort on Independence Day

1 min

Erdogan faces mounting criticism over wildfires

AS Turkish fire crews pressed ahead on Tuesday with their weeklong battle against blazes tearing through forests and villages on the country’s southern coast, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government faced increased criticism over its apparent poor response and inadequate preparedness for large-scale wildfires.

Erdogan faces mounting criticism over wildfires

1 min

11-yr-old Indian-American Natasha Peri named one of world's brightest students

NATASHA Peri, an 11-year-old Indian-American girl, has been judged as one of the brightest students in the world by a top US university for her exceptional performance in the SAT and ACT standardised tests.

11-yr-old Indian-American Natasha Peri named one of world's brightest students

1 min

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The Morning Standard Newspaper Description:

PublisherExpress Network Private Limited

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

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.

The Morning Standard covers a wide range of news and topics, including:

* National and international news: The newspaper covers the latest news from India and around the world, including politics, business, sports, and entertainment.
* Opinion and analysis: The newspaper features opinion pieces and analysis from leading experts on a variety of topics.
* Features: The newspaper also features features on a variety of topics, such as lifestyle, culture, and travel.

The Morning Standard is known for its in-depth reporting and insightful analysis. It is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest news and events from India and around the world.

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