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President Emmanuel Macron prepared Friday to sign sweeping changes to France's complex labour code, sealing a signature reform after four months at the helm.
An exchange of fire took place between armed members of the CPI(ML) New Democracy group and a police party in a forest area of Bhadradri Kothagudem district of Telangana today, police said.
The minorities in the country were also being subjected to attack on various grounds, he alleged.
The Election Commission has stated that winning the elections at all cost, without ethics, is a new normal in politics.
Peru on Friday ordered the expulsion of Venezuela's ambassador over his country's "break with democratic rule" under President Nicolas Maduro, the foreign ministry said.
On the last day of his tenure as the Vice President of India and the Upper House Chairman, Ansari also stressed that Rajya Sabha was the creation of the Constitution that portrays Indian diversity.
Parliamentarians paid rich tributes to the freedom fighters and recalled their sacrifices as both the LS and the RS took up a special discussion on the 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement.
The European Union voiced concern on Monday over the fate of democracy in Venezuela, adding there are "grave doubts" that it can recognise a controversial vote.
All I see is a mob—a faceless but strangely organic entity seething with anger—driven by a culture of insecurity and retribution
The Delhi government, meanwhile, told the court that it is coming out with a new policy regarding display of advertisement on public service vehicles.
The president wiped away a tear at a ceremony to mark the anniversary of the crackdown in Gwangju, which left more than 165 people dead.
World Press Freedom Day is observed on May 3 to celebrate fundamental principles of press freedom.
Suu Kyi's party that came to power a year ago has let down the rural voters by failing to return land confiscated under the former junta, said a Myanmar farmer.
The new motto which read “Democracy Dies in Darkness", was clearly a message to Trump, who ever since being elected to power, has rained heavily on the Washington Post.
A small crowd which gathered opposite to Vivekananda Illam for more than 24 hours swelled as the day progressed to nearly 2,000 through vigorous social media campaigns.