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World’s biggest lockdown to push 12 mn into poverty

Some 122 million Indians were forced out of jobs last month alone, according to CMIE data.

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Delhi govt no less ill-informed than Centre in understanding sedition law: Chidambaram

The Delhi government has given a go-ahead to the city police to prosecute former Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar and nine others in connection with a four-year-old sedition case, as the ruling AAP denied the persistent BJP charge of blocking the proceedings in the matter.

JNU case: Court asks Delhi govt to decide within a month on sanction to prosecute Kanhaiya, others

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JNU sedition case: Court grants 2 months to police to get sanctions to prosecute Kanhaiya, others

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