Canadians remember Punjabi rapper two years after killing as ‘bigger than just music’

Shub Karman was out for a recent walk in Calgary, when he passed a car full of kids singing along to the music of his favourite Punjabi rapper. “The car was buzzing, the bass was on and there were all sorts of people sitting inside who were jamming to Sidhu Moose Wala,” said Karman, a … Read more

‘Save the Constitution’: How Opposition’s Brahmastra Became PM Modi’s Electoral Weapon

The months leading up to the Lok Sabha elections were dominated by the Opposition’s single biggest charge against the Narendra Modi government — that the Indian Constitution is in danger and crucial institutions are compromised. Rahul Gandhi, Mamata Banerjee, Mallikarjun Kharge and a battery of Opposition leaders told voters why they should vote for the … Read more

Colorado deepfake law signed by Polis requires campaign ad disclosures

Colorado campaign ads with audio, video and other content generated using artificial intelligence will need to feature prominent disclosures under a bill signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis over the weekend. The law, passed as House Bill 1147, likens “deepfakes,” or the use of AI to create false depictions of people doing or saying things, … Read more

Third Eye: Platform for promise, ‘Khatakhat’, ‘Fatafat’, and breathless team

Platform for promiseCongress’ promise of directly crediting ₹8,500 into the accounts of women heads of families belonging to the BPL category under its Mahalakshmi scheme has received mixed response in UP. Those doubting it have just one statement to offer: “it will just be like BJP’s promise of transferring ₹15 lakh to the accounts of … Read more

Mani Shankar Aiyar triggers fresh row with ‘Chinese allegedly invaded India in 1962’ remark – The Economic Times Video

Congress leader and former Union Minister triggered a fresh controversy during a public event in Delhi. INC leader Mani Shankar Aiyar referred to the 1962 Indo-China war as an “alleged Chinese invasion”. Addressing the press conference on May 28, Aiyar said, “In October 1962, the Chinese allegedly invaded India”. Controversy’s favourite child, Mani Shankar Aiyar … Read more

Arunachal Pradesh Assembly elections: Counting of votes for Arunachal Pradesh Assembly elections to begin at 6 am on June 2

Counting of votes for the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly elections will begin at 6 am on June 2, an official said here on Wednesday. Assembly and Lok Sabha elections were held simultaneously in Arunachal Pradesh on April 19. “Over 2000 officials will be deployed for counting of votes on both the days – (June 2 Assembly … Read more

Karnataka Govt Officer Ends Life, Exposes ‘Scam’ in Death Note, BJP Seeks Minister’s Sacking

The deceased officer has accused his seniors of forcing him to open a parallel bank account to divert money from the corporation’s primary account. (Representational image: PTI) According to sources, P Chandrashekaran has written in the note about the alleged misuse of large amounts of funds in the Karnataka Maharshi Valmiki Scheduled Tribes Development Corporation … Read more

Balasore Lok Sabha Seat: BJP Leading in Triangular Fight with BJD Snapping at Its Heels, Congress Lagging Behind

Balasore, one of the 21 parliamentary constituencies in Odisha, is a general category seat. It includes parts of the Balasore and Mayurbhanj districts and comprises seven assembly segments: Badasahi (SC) in Mayurbhanj, and Jaleswar, Bhograi, Basta, Balasore, Remuna (SC), and Nilgiri in Balasore. Pratap Chandra Sarangi of the Bharatiya Janata Party won the seat in … Read more

Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar should consult senior party leaders on MLC candidates: Parameshwara

Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara on Tuesday said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and State Congress chief D K Shivakumar should consult senior party leaders like him regarding selection of candidates for the MLC polls. The statement comes against the backdrop of Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar’s trip to New Delhi today to discuss with the party high command … Read more

PM Modi’s govt playing with national security by ‘imposing’ Agnipath scheme: Congress | India News

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday accused the Modi government of playing with national security by “imposing” the Agnipath scheme, and said the military recruitment programme would be scrapped when an INDIA bloc government is formed at the Centre to give justice to the patriotic youth of the country. The Congress also said that the … Read more