Farmers' Protest'24 Propoganda Bursted - Is Change of regime, real motive?

1.This is not a farmer protest, but it is a congress protest for regime change with support from their foreign friends!2. On 16th Nov 2023 Congress leader and very close to Rahul Gandhi, Deependra Hooda met professional farmer protest organizer Ramandeep Singh Mann, and they discussed 'Future Pla ...Readmore

Muizzu asks India to withdraw troops by March 15: Why are Indian soldiers in Maldives?

Maldivian President Mohamed Muizzu has asked India to withdraw its military personnel from his country by March 15, a senior official said in Male on Sunday, nearly two months after Maldives sought their removal. “Indian military personnel cannot stay in the Maldives. This is the policy ...Readmore

The Epstein List: Full list of names revealed in unsealed court records so far

Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton are among the more than 100 people named in newly-published legal documents linked to the paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. The disclosure of the first batch of court files include the names of victims, friends and associates of the sex offender and Ghislaine Max ...Readmore

How an Election-Packed 2024 Could Swing World Markets

LONDON (Reuters) - Countries making up over 60% of the world's economic output and more than half of its population hold elections this year. Markets face a "ballot box bombshell", financial services group Morningstar says, adding: "prior experience of this kind of event risk shows big ch ...Readmore

Chinese media reports President Muizzu's visit to China posts no threat to India

Chinese media has reported that the strengthening of ties between China and Maldives through President Dr Mohamed Muizzu's ongoing visit to the country poses no threat to India. While every former President conducted a state visit to India before China, President Muizzu, who was elected after ...Readmore

Who is George Soros? A billionaire and kingpin of Regime Change Group Globally

The Origin of Soros In this thread - Childhood of Soros - From where did he get the name "Open Society Foundation" - Who was Guru of Soros - What is in his mind and how does he want to achieve it. 21st Sep 2013, Bedford (New York) World bank President Estonian President Liberian President Al ...Readmore

Flooding Hamas tunnels with seawater risks ‘ruining basic life in Gaza’, says expert

A potential plan by Israel to flood the Hamas tunnel network with seawater risks "ruining the basic conditions for life in Gaza", one of the elements of the crime of genocide, a senior hydrologist has told the Guardian.Environmental experts have warned the strategy - which Israel has yet to commit t ...Readmore

‘It’s impossible to celebrate’: Gaza war opens fissures among US Christians

In Bethlehem in the West Bank, the birthplace of Jesus, Christmas has been canceled. There will be no trees, no lights, no choirs or celebrations.Instead of a manger, at the Lutheran church in Bethlehem, the baby Jesus lies swaddled in a keffiyeh, half buried in a pile of rubble."It's impossible to ...Readmore

At least 70 killed in Israeli strike on refugee camp in central Gaza, health ministry says

An Israeli airstrike on a refugee camp in central Gaza has killed at least 70 people, Palestinian health officials have said as they warned the toll was likely to rise and the strikes that began hours before midnight continued into Christmas Day.The fatalities at the Maghazi camp, east of Deir al-B ...Readmore

‘You better pray’: Christian nationalist groups are mobilizing before the 2024 elections

On a cold night in November, a man names jefferson Davis addressed a crowd of conservative activists gathered in an American Legion hall 20 miles north of Milwaukee. In his left hand, Davis brandished an unusual prop. "In this diaper box are all the receipts for the illegal absentee ...Readmore

Cross 50% vote share in 2024 — Modi sets a new target for BJP

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP national president J.P. Nadda during the BJP national office bearers' meeting at the Party Office in New DelhiNew Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should work towards enhancing its vote share to 50 percent in next year's general election, Prime Minis ...Readmore

An MP, her ex and their dog: Mahua Moitra’s battle with India’s parliament

It's a saga that has had the hallways of India's parliament abuzz for months: one that began with a bitter custody battle over a rottweiler dog named Henry, and culminated with the expulsion of one of the fiercest critics of the prime minister.Mahua Moitra, the MP who was expelled from parliament ea ...Readmore

Former women’s morcha chief, ex-collector & PA-turned-MLA among 9 sworn in as Chhattisgarh ministers

Chhattisgarh Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan and Chief Minister Vishnu Deo Sai at the swearing-in ceremony at the Raj BhavanNew Delhi: After ushering in a generational change in the selection of the Chhattisgarh chief minister, the BJP picked up three first-time MLAs, including a woman, a form ...Readmore

Another BSP MP bats for ‘INDIA’, says Mayawati out of sync with ‘majority’ view within party

New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Shyam Singh Yadav said Thursday that most MPs of his party are "frustrated" with the leadership's decision to remain outside the INDIA bloc, bringing to the fore the growing unease within the Mayawati-led party over its perceived diffidence in taking on the BJ ...Readmore

Prashant Kishor vs protege? Meeting with Naidu sparks buzz but PK denies ‘return to poll consultancy’

New Delhi: Poll strategist Prashant Kishor met Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leadership in Vijayawada Saturday, creating a buzz in political circles about the possibility of his return to election management about two-and-a-half years after he had quit this space to take a plunge into politics i ...Readmore

Sri Lanka: Thousands arrested in week-long anti-drug operation

Police in Sri Lanka say they have arrested almost 15,000 people during a week-long drive against drug traffickers across the country.They say the operation led to the seizure of almost 440kg of various types of narcotics, including heroin.Local media showed footage of officers using sniffer dogs ...Readmore

Israel Gaza war: Hamas says 70 killed in Israeli air strike on camp

Gaza's Hamas-run health ministry says an Israeli air strike killed at least 70 people in the Al-Maghazi refugee camp in the centre of the strip.A spokesman said the death toll was likely to rise given the large number of families living in the area.The Israeli military told the BBC it was looking in ...Readmore

Jonathan Majors: What now for the Marvel universe and his career?

Jonathan Majors was one of Hollywood's fastest rising stars, with a major role in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But a conviction for assaulting his girlfriend has left his career in tatters and mounting questions over where Marvel goes next.Majors was due to be at the heart ...Readmore

‘Supernatural being in the flesh, bringing us light from faraway space’: Shohei Ohtani’s star set to rise after $700M move

Even before he signed his historic $700 million contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, everybody was talking about Shohei Ohtani as baseball's biggest, and most marketable, star. Ever since he joined the Los Angeles Angels six years ago, Ohtani has redefined baseball, able to stamp his auth ...Readmore

Trump is ineligible for office under 14th Amendment’s ‘insurrectionist ban,’ Colorado Supreme Court rules

In a stunning and unprecedented decision, the Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday removed former President Donald Trump from the state's 2024 ballot, ruling that he isn't an eligible presidential candidate because of the 14th Amendment's "insurrectionist ban". ...Readmore

'Acute effects of ketamine' linked to Matthew Perry's death: What to know about drug

"Friends" star Matthew Perry died due to "the acute effects of ketamine," according to the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner.In a statement the medical examiner's office added the manner of his death was an accident and that contributing factors included "drowning, coronary arter ...Readmore

Author Masha Gessen receives German prize in scaled-down format after comparing Gaza to Nazi-era ghettos

BERLIN The Russian-American writer Masha Gessen received a German literary prize Saturday in a ceremony that was delayed and scaled down in reaction to an article comparing Gaza to Nazi German ghettos.The comparison in a recent New Yorker article was viewed as controversial in Germany, where gov ...Readmore

NFL playoff picture Week 15: Cowboys tumble despite sealing spot, Bills surge

Every week for the duration of the 2023 NFL regular season, USA TODAY Sports will provide real-time updates to the league's ever-evolving playoff picture − starting after Sunday afternoon's late games and then moving forward for the remainder of the schedule (through Thursday's game or ...Readmore

Gaza crisis: Israel hints new negotiations to recover hostages, ceasefire urged

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to confirm on Saturday that new negotiations were under way to recover hostages held by Hamas, after a source said Israel's intelligence chief met the prime minister of Qatar, a country mediating in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.In a tel ...Readmore

Michael Smolens: Good news on climate change is hard to find

John Kerry, the U.S. special presidential envoy for climate, attends an event in support of tripling global nuclear capacity by 2050 at the COP28 U.N. Climate Summit, Saturday, Dec. 2, 2023, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.(Peter Dejong / Associated Press)Heat records broken, air conditioni ...Readmore

Soros heir pledges $1 million to Ukrainian first lady's charity during weekend meeting with Zelenskyy

Soros funds nonprofit that finances pro-Palestine protests: Watchdog group FOX News senior national correspondent William La Jeunesse reports on a charity watchdog group discovering that the nonprofit Tides, which receives donationsfrom billionaire George Soros, donated millions to pro-Palestine ra ...Readmore

Twitter sued Indian government for ‘arbitrarily’ silencing critics. It lost.

NEW DELHI A court in southern India has dismissed a lawsuit brought by Twitter that challenged broad censorship orders issued by Indian authorities, marking a victory for an increasingly assertive Indian government that has sought to bring foreign technology companies to heel and corral social ...Readmore

Gaza’s health system is ‘on its knees’ as Israel pushes into Khan Younis

JERUSALEM International pressure on Israel to halt its war in Gaza intensified Sunday as Israeli tanks and troops pushed into the center of Khan Younis, the largest city in southern Gaza, and diplomats and U.N. officials gave increasingly dire warnings over the lack of food and mass displacement o ...Readmore