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Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that the Emergency forced by previous Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1975 was a “botch” yet there was a “key contrast” between the circumstance at that point and now, detailed NDTV.

Emergency was ‘absolutely’ a mistake, says Rahul Gandhi

“I think that was a mistake,” Gandhi said in a conversation with Cornell University Professor of Economics Kaushik Basu. “Absolutely, that was a mistake. And my grandmother [Indira Gandhi] said as much.”

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Assaulting the Center, previous Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh on Tuesday.

He said that joblessness is high in the country and its casual area is wrecked after the “not well thought about demonetisation choice” taken by the BJP-drove government in 2016.Latest News Today: Breaking India News Headlines, Top News Headlines

He also criticised the central government for not holding regular consultations with the state.

Introducing an improvement highest point practically coordinated by the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Development Studies, a monetary research organization adjusted to the Congress philosophy in survey bound Kerala,

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New Delhi: As BJP prepares for its first huge fight for West Bengal as the primary challenger to Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress,

It is probably not going to proclaim a boss clerical face to take on ‘Didi’, who looks for a third back to back term in office. The saffron party, which got three seats in 2016, added to its weight winning 18 parliamentary seats in 2019.

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Trying hard for names to fit a ‘bhadrolok’ face to lead its charge in the state so far, BJP may actually have an array of leaders to pick from, especially with a procession of new entrants who crossed over from TMC in the run-up to the polls.

West Bengal and the centre have already clashed over the declaration of observing Netaji’s birth anniversary as Parakram Diwas.

The state government had requested the centre to declare it as ‘Desh Nayak Diwas’ as Rabindranath Tagore had bestowed the title of Desh Nayak on Netaji.

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Maldives sports minister Ahmed Mahloof has said that India and Maldives are “writing history in the Maldives – India sports ties” even as New Delhi is helping build mega sporting infrastructure in the Indian ocean country.

Speaking exclusively to Principal Diplomatic Correspondent Sidhant Sibal from Male, Ahmed Mahloof said that the recently announced line of credit will be used for, “developing the first-ever National Centers for Basketball, Volleyball, Table Tennis and Netball” of the country.

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February saw the visit of India’s External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar to the Maldives during which India announced a $40 million line of credit (LOC) for sports infrastructure in the Indian Ocean Island country.

In November last year, the Indian Foreign Secretary had done the groundbreaking for the synthetic track at the Ekuveni stadium. India is also building state of art Cricket Stadium in Hulhumalé and is training young Maldivians in cricket.

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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday thanked Delhi voters and said the party’s victory in the civic polls and BJP’s failure to even win one seat proves how upset people are with the party.

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“It (Victory) shows that people are happy with AAP’s work. In 2015, we won 67 out of 70 seats, in 2020 we won 62 out of 70 seats and now in MCD by-polls, by giving us 4 out of 5 seats, people want us to continue. BJP’s zero seat shows they are upset with them,” Kejriwal said.

The AAP on Wednesday won four out of five civic wards in Delhi bypoll, the Congress won one while the BJP drew blank.

The AAP lost to the Congress in Chauhan Bangar ward, where Chaudhary Zubair Ahmad defeated AAP’s Mohammad Ishraq Khan with a margin of over 10,642 votes.

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The Delhi High Court Wednesday sought response of Ministry of Education on a plea seeking contempt action against the authorities for not taking decision on extension of free education under the Right To Education (RTE) Act to children of EWS even after attaining 14 years of age in the same school.

Justice Najmi Waziri questioned the Central government as to why decision has not been taken to extend RTE Act beyond Class 8 and upto Class 12, despite court’s directions passed in 2019.

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The court issued notice to Secretary of Ministry of Education seeking reply on the contempt petition filed by NGO Social Jurist and listed the matter for further hearing on March 17.

Advocates Ashok Agarwal and Kumar Utkarsh, representing the NGO, said due to inaction on the part of the Central government, private schools across the country are throwing thousand of Economically Weaker Section (EWS) students out of school every year after they pass Class 8.

“The very objective and purpose of fundamental right to education is defeated if any EWS student is not allowed to continue his studies in private school beyond Class 8 and upto Class 12,” the counsel said.

In December 2019, the High Court had asked the Centre to take a decision on the extension of free education to disadvantaged children even after attaining the age of 14 years or beyond.

The plea sought initiation of contempt proceedings against the authorities for their alleged deliberate and intentional disobedience of December 9, 2019 judgement of the High Court.

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