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Explainer: What happens next after UK PM Johnson writes Brexit delay letter?
After more than 3 years of talks, it is unclear as to how, whether or when a deeply divided Britain will leave the bloc leave the bloc, more than 40 years after the country joined the project built out of the ruins left by World War -II.
In 15 year rule of Congress in Assam highest number of minority people died: Assam finance minister
Sarma said, “It is a congress way to frig...
EU tells British PM Boris Johnson to stop playing 'stupid' Brexit blame game
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Boris Johnson addresses Parliament for new Brexit deal
Johnson's revised deal with the EU was secured at a Brussels summit on Thursday. It ditches his predecessor Theresa May's backstop, the measure designed to prevent a return to physical checks on the Irish border.
'Most Indian banks fail on policies of climate change, human rights'
Fair Finance Guide India is a group of civil society organisations to create an ecosystem amongst financial sector actors to recognise the ESG risks in their investments.
BJP, Congress in war of words over UK Labour leader Corbyn's Kashmir remarks
Corbyn has been under pressure from Indian diaspora groups in Britain since the Labour Party passed a resolution against the Indian government's August 5 decision to revoke Article 370 to withdraw the special status accorded to the state of Jammu and Kashmir, perceived as anti-India with its call for international intervention in the region.
Labour ministry proposes revised social security code
Labour ministry has circulated the draft code seeking comments from stakeholders by October 25 following which tripartite consultations will be held to finalise the code.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Here is breaking down the pre-market actions.
UK Parliament panel slams ‘flawed' reaction to visa row affecting many Indians
The House of Commons PAC had opened an inquiry into a scandal dating back five years over allegations of cheating in the TOEIC, a compulsory requirement in some student visa cases.
Going fowl in the UK over divorce with EU
To count US chickens before Brexit is hatched is to mix chemistry with poultry.
New Zealand Parliament speaker feeds MP's child during a debate
PM Jacinda Ardern last year became New Zealand's first premier to take maternity leave and the world's second elected leader to give birth in office.
Boris Johnson confronts EU doubts about new Brexit plan
Johnson warned that the EU's refusal to accept his "final" offer would see it share the blame for the damage that might come from an unregulated end to the 46-year relationship.
Complete breakdown of governance under Modi govt 2.0: Congress
Congress spokesperson Manish Tewari said the 96 days of the NDA government's second term were characterised by three words -- "tyranny, chaos and anarchy".
UK's Boris Johnson defiant after bombshell court ruling
"This parliament must either stand aside and let this government get Brexit done, or bring a vote of no confidence and finally face the day of reckoning with the voters," Johnson said
Committee to probe violation of contract labour system at ports
The members of the committee include representatives from the ministry of railways, Coal India, members of trade unions, employers’ representative and secretary of the Central Advisory Contract Labour Board as convener.
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