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The actor launched a scathing attack on T T V Dhinakaran’s by-election victory, says it is a crime committed in connivance with the people.
Amid the Padmavati row, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu said today that giving violent threats and announcing rewards for physical harm was not acceptable in a democracy.
Zimbabwe's incoming president told crowds who turned out in Harare to greet him on Wednesday that they were witnessing "unfolding and full democracy".
An EU 2018 budget deal was announced Saturday that cuts funds destined to Turkey, citing doubts about Ankara's commitment to democracy and human rights.
Cambodia's Supreme Court dissolved the country's main opposition party and banned more than 100 of its politicians from office for five years on Thursday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday sought people to discuss internal democracy in political parties.
In any respectable democracy, the Army Chief is subordinate to and reports to the country’s Defence Minister, who is constitutionally responsible to the Parliament and people.
N Srinivasan was livid with Dilip Vengsrakar for selecting Virat Kohli over S Badrinath in Team India: Rajdeep Sardesai’s new book
According to a revelation in the book, Srinivasan was livid with Vengsarkar for choosing Virat Kohli over Subramaniam Badrinath to the national side.
A Chinese activist who was imprisoned after speaking out about women's rights and Hong Kong's democracy movement has been released after serving three years in jail.
Local radio station DXBF anchorman Christopher Iban Lozada, was killed late Tuesday likely over his efforts to oust a town mayor over alleged corruption.
The US announced that it has initiated actions against Myanmar's military leadership involved in violence against Rohingya Muslims that has triggered a grave humanitarian crisis.
Former president George W. Bush issued a sharp if veiled denunciation of Trumpism, warning that bigotry, white supremacy and falsehoods are coarsening the national tone.
The protest which was dubbed an "anti-authoritarian rally" also comes after recent arrests of prominent pro-democracy activists, including a former lawmaker, have renewed anti-China sentiment.
The latest revelations from Facebook and Twitter, which acknowledged that Russian-backed entities used their network to spread disinformation and sow political discord, have heightened concerns.
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.