Farzan Bashir

Farzan Bashir

Farzan Bashir is a postgraduate in Law from Kashmir. Though he is qualified for the legal field, it is writing where he finds solace. Currently, you can find him scribbling for Digpu News Network.
India News

Explained: Assam and Mizoram Boundary Clash That Claimed 6 Lives

The violence spotlights the long-standing inter-state boundary issues in the Northeast, particularly between Assam and the states that were carved out of it. At least…

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India News

Pegasus Spying Row: Mamta Banerjee Becomes First CM to Order Probe

WB CM has appointed a panel consisting of retired judges Justice Jyotirmay Bhattacharya and Justice M B Lokur to probe the phone-hacking scandal. New Delhi,…

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Opinion

India’s Pegasus Scandal: NSO says “The Target List in India Is Not Ours, Never Was”

As NSO denies to take the burden of Pegasus’s Indian Snoop list, the scam in India becomes deeper and darker with every passing minute. The…

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Opinion

Is Pegasus Spygate India’s Watergate Moment? Indian Journalists Names on Pegasus Snoop List

Until now, spread across several stories – The Wire has revealed the names of 115 people on the Global Pegasus Snoop List In one of the most…

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Opinion

Pegasus Spyware Used to Spy on 40 Indian Journalists. Who Should Be Under the Line of Fire?

Once it has wormed its way on to your phone, without you noticing, it can turn it into a 24-hour surveillance device Strictly speaking, Spyware…

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Opinion

Adar Poonawalla and the COVID-19 Vaccine Dilemma

The head of Pune based Serum Institute of India (SII) has quoted controversy for saying that he received ‘aggressive demands’ from some powerful people in…

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Opinion

COVID Orphans and the Lack of Foster Care System in India – A New Challenge

Amid the raging second wave of Covid-19 in the city, many children who have lost their parents or whose single parent is in hospital have become…

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Opinion

Democratic Elections Amidst a Pandemic and Deaths of Teachers on Poll Duty – COVID Warriors or Sacrificial Lambs?

At least 700 state government school employees on panchayat poll duty succumbed to Covid in Uttar Pradesh this month, the state teachers’ union said on…

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Opinion

The Catastrophe Within the Pandemic – Is India’s Oxygen Crisis a Self-Made Disaster?

India sold twice as much oxygen to the world during the first ten months of fiscal 2020-21 as compared to entire financial year before it.…

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Finance

Why is Indian Rupee Kneeling to Dollar Again?

Performance of Rupee Vs Dollar is declining drastically in past 07 years from 54.78 in 2013 to 75.07 in April 2021 The rupee on 9th…

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