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Recently, The Indian Express carried a report of their investigation into the verdicts of the Allahabad High Court, during January 2018 to December 2020,
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People are not sure whether the elected candidate would remain in the same party till the end of the 5-year tenure. Has election not become a meaningless ritual?
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The film-makers are completely shattered by the decision to abolish the Tribunal which in several cases championed the artistic freedom.
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May sound cynical but I don’t support farmers the way everybody seems to be supporting them these days.
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