“Even a single vote is very important to me. If you don’t cast your vote thinking that Didi will surely win this election, it will be a major mistake. If there is heavy rain or storm, don’t sit idle at home... Cast your vote. Otherwise I will not able to continue as the chief minister. You will get another new chief minister,” said Mamata while addressing a rally at Ekbalpore.
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Allopathy Remark: Summons To Ramdev
THE Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued summons to yoga guru Baba Ramdev in a case filed by doctors’ association against him for allegedly spreading misinformation against allopathy during the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic.
Climate Change Impact Could Knock Off 10% Of India's GDP, Says Report
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US Bans China Telecom Over Security Threat
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Federalism would not lead to disintegration of existing states. It would pave the way for the establishment of a state where multiple identities can coexist harmoniously
Lawmakers differ on Oz Open vaxx
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China Doesn't Care How Much Money You Lose
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Beijing's Tech Crackdown
After spending years emulating Silicon Valley, China is charting its own course
China's New E-Commerce Middlemen
Chinese tech companies look to partner with local leaders who help coordinate neighborhood purchases
America’s First Olympian
India Election Body Struggles With Scale Of Fake Information
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India At A Crossroads
India is known as the land of contradictions, and recent events do little to undermine that reputation.
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Salt pan land devpt in its own sweet time
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