After the House passed the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill earlier in the day, President Donald Trump signs the US stimulus package off into action.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has become the first major world leader to be tested positive for COVID-19.
The incomprehensibly monumental stimulus offers $500 billion economic stabilization plan in loans, loan guarantees and investments.
FM Sitharaman’s Rs. 1.7 lakh crore relief package indirectly signals the govt foresees lockdown in India to stay up to three months.
The Anti-CAA protests were bound to amplify in the face of international attention, but Pro-CAA groups aligned with the ruling party took to the streets on a day PM Modi would ideally have wanted to pass peacefully – the timing is highly suspicious.
India and the US are set to sign a significant defence deal worth $4.3 Bn for 30 US-made helicopters during President Donald Trump’s state visit on 24-25 February 2020.
Affordable universal healthcare; cheap and continuous electricity supply; and abundant supply of free and clean water – AAP’s three biggest promises will be under senior leader Satyendar Kumar Jain’s innovative approach in Arvind Kejriwal 3.0.
AAP’s Durgesh Pathak has lost the Delhi Election 2020 with a small margin. But he hasn’t lost his heart.
The recent Delhi elections have grabbed eyeballs. Primarily because of the ShaheenBagh protests being sought to be pitted against the AAP’s governance paradigm. Because, no matter how much we want to ignore or deny it, the one ground reality that can be seen by the most biased eye is that AAP is asking to be judged on the basis of the implementation of promises it made to the ordinary citizens of Delhi.
Jan Lokpal Bill, Nyay Yojana, Shaheen Bagh and AAP’s 5 years – Delhi State President Subhash Chopra opened up on Congress’ chances in Delhi Elections 2020 as the party released its manifesto.