Friday, June 18, 2021


    Trump’s appeals to white anxiety are not ‘dog whistles’ – they’re racism

    Trump wouldn’t be the first politician to do dog whistle politics. My political psychology research has found that George W. Bush used religious dog whistles quite effectively.
    Unemployment plagues the Asia-Pacific region in the post-COVID world

    BJP Announces 125 Day Jobs-Campaign to Address Employment Issues of Returnee Migrant Workers 

    The BJP led 125-day job-campaign will run across Bihar, MP, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and Odisha beginning from June 20. 
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    Iranian Anti-Hijab Activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh calls for Election Boycott

    Anti-Hijab activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh in Iran has given a call to boycott the country's elections.

    Kanhaiya Kumar to Tejashwi Yadav: Young Politicians in Bihar Revive the ‘Yatra’ Culture 

    Kanhaiya Kumar, Tejashwi Yadav and Chirag Paswan are resorting to the ‘yatra’ culture to establish mass appeal. Will Bihar finally get its new leader?

    Sri Lanka finds its new President in Gotabaya Rajapaksa

    The election saw 35 candidates standing for the position of the president which is the recorded longest-ever ballot paper in the country.

    Ready to lose life but not land for the bullet train, say Maharashtra’s farmers...

    288 seats of Maharashtra’s legislative assembly are going to elections on October 21, 2019. Many villagers, who have not even allowed the bullet train authorities inside their village, said politicians are also not welcome.

    United Left Panel Emerges Victorious in JNUSU Polls

    United Left Front claims all four central posts in JNUSU polls.

    Elected J&K Sarpanchs Await Official Approval Even Nine Months After Election

    It may have been none months since they were voted to power , but even now 730 elected sarpanchs await official notifications to take charge.

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