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November 27, 2021

Dynastic politics biggest threat to democracy: Modi

PM targets Congress as 14 Opposition parties boycott Constitution Day event in Parliament

Dynastic politics biggest threat to democracy: Modi

2 mins

INSPIRING THEM TO STAY PUT FOR 1 YEAR AT 86

DEFYING police deployment, barricades and water cannons, thousands of farmers entered the national capital on November 26 last year and began their protests against the Centre’s farm laws. In the last 12 months, several of them left the protest site to be with their families or get back to work. Most of them joined in alternate batches.

INSPIRING THEM TO STAY PUT FOR 1 YEAR AT 86

2 mins

Border points erupt in anniversary jubilation

Massive influx of farmers and supporters at Singhu, Tikri and Ghazipur as agitation against Centre’s agriculture laws completes one year

Border points erupt in anniversary jubilation

2 mins

Assembly passes resolution against farm laws

THE Delhi government on Friday passed a resolution seeking to repeal the three farm laws and also demanded compensation for the families of over 700 farmers who lost their lives during the protest against the laws. the government also demanded a legal guarantee of MSP for agricultural crops.

Assembly passes resolution against farm laws

1 min

Namaz interrupted; prayer at gurdwara opposed

On November 19, last Friday, members of the Muslim community did not offer namaz at the gurdwara owing to the day being Gurpurab despite the gurdwara committee allowing them to do so. Besides they also feared that Hindu outfits will try to disrupt it.

Namaz interrupted; prayer at gurdwara opposed

1 min

Oppn reacts with anger to PM dig

Leaders criticise Modi’s family-party remark, say there is no bar on anyone to join any outfit

Oppn reacts with anger to PM dig

2 mins

Envoy summoned, Pak asked to speed up 26/11 terror trial

INDIA on Friday summoned a senior official from Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi and handed over a note, reiterating that the trial in the Mumbai terror attacks case should be expedited.

1 min

Assam, Mizoram to form panel for solving border row

Decision arrived at meeting in Delhi that Home Minister amit Shah had with the chief ministers of the neighbouring Northeast states

Assam, Mizoram to form panel for solving border row

1 min

French fishermen block ferries bound for UK

Tensions rise over dozens of post-Brexit fishing licences that Paris says London is yet to grant

French fishermen block ferries bound for UK

2 mins

Southee sets the pace, openers follow suit

EVEN before a single ball was bowled in the first Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur, there were a lot of talks about the importance of spinners.

Southee sets the pace, openers follow suit

2 mins

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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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