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HW News Editorial With Sujit Nair: From Politics to International Affairs, to Social Issues, Editorial led by our Managing Editor Mr Sujit Nair deep dives into various topics and discusses various perspectives. Sujit Nair also presents his stance on the matter. Listen to Editorial with Sujit Nair daily.
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Do you like motivational content? Then this is the podcast for you. Hi, I am Parichay Vashisht & I am here to motivate you whenever you feel insecure, lonely and depressing. Make sure to follow me on Instagram at Parichay.26
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In a recent episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair delved into the topic of taxing inherited wealth, prompted by a statement from Sam Pitroda, Chairman of Indian Overseas Congress. Pitroda, in an interview, discussed the rationale behind wealth redistribution, citing the example of inheritance tax in the United States. He characterized it as an int…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the remarks made by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, regarding Muslims, as well as his assertions concerning the Congress' manifesto. Additionally, the episode provides a brief explanation of what former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh said in his 2006 speech.…
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In this episode of ‘Editorial’ Mr. Sujit Nair discusses about the statement made by the Finance Minister Of India Nirmala Sitharaman about bringing back the Electoral Bonds Scheme after wider consultations. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced that the BJP plans to reintroduce electoral bonds, in some other form, after wider consultation, …
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In this episode of ‘Editorial,’ Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the recent remarks made by the Supreme Court of India during the hearing of petitions seeking for 100% verification of Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail slips (VVPATs). During the hearing, the Supreme Court directed the Election Commission of India to investigate allegations that extra votes…
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In this episode of ‘Editorial’, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses about the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections and compares the opinion polls and surveys of the earlier Lok Sabha elections of 2004, 2014 and 2019. Mr. Nair derives certain conclusions after discussing elections of the past and discusses about whether the opposition INDIA Alliance. India is preparin…
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In this episode of ‘Editorial’, Mr. Sujit Nair expresses his opinion on the recently released manifesto of the Bhartiya Janata Party. With the seven-phased Lok Sabha polls set to commence on April 19, the BJP unveiled its much-anticipated manifesto titled 'Modi ki guarantee' Sankalp Patra. PM Modi emphasized that the party's foremost focus would be…
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In this episode of ‘Editorial’, HW News’ Managing Editor Mr. Sujit Nair discusses about the recently released CSDS-Lokniti survey. On June 4, 2024, during the vote counting for the Lok Sabha elections, will India observe a sentiment of anti-incumbency? Or will the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), aiming for a third consecutive term under the same lead…
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In a recent segment of ""Editorial,"" Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the Supreme Court of India's recent comments regarding Patanjali Ayurved. The Court criticized Patanjali for its lackadaisical apology affidavit submitted in response to its misleading advertisements promoting ayurvedic products while disparaging modern medicine. Justices Hima Kohli and…
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In a recent episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair delves into PM Modi's response to the recent Supreme Court verdict regarding the Electoral Bonds Scheme. Modi strongly dismissed any notion that the verdict posed a setback to his administration. ""Tell me what have we have done that I should see it as a setback? I firmly believe that those dancing…
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In this edition of "Editorial," Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the ongoing trend of leaders from opposition parties being summoned and investigated by enforcement agencies. He points out instances in states governed by opposition parties like Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand, Delhi, West Bengal, and Kerala. Mr. Nair specifically highlights the recent arrest of Delh…
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In this editorial segment, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses a pressing issue facing India: unemployment, along with a statement made by the Chief Economic Advisor. On March 27, Chief Economic Advisor V. Anantha Nageswaran emphasized that government intervention couldn't solve all social and economic challenges, stating that diagnosing problems like unemplo…
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In this episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair discusses Rekha Patra, who was hailed as "Shakti Swaroopa" by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mr. Nair highlights the disparity in treatment between the victims of the Sandeshkhali incident, where women were reportedly sexually harassed by TMC workers, and the women who suffered similar atrocities in Man…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the topic of companies purchasing electoral bonds after the scrutiny from enforcement agencies. Out of the 26 companies under investigation, 16 made political donations through bonds only after being targeted by these agencies, while another six increased their donations following agency cr…
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In an episode of "Editorial," Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the alarming state of Indian politics, where dissenting voices are being silenced through imprisonment. Mr. Nair cites examples such as the arrest of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal just before the Lok Sabha elections and the arrest of K. Kavitha, daughter of former Telangana CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao.…
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In this edition of "Editorial," Mr. Sujit Nair examines how the BJP has emerged as the primary beneficiary of political funding, including electoral bonds & electoral trusts. Out of the total of Rs 16,492 crore obtained through bonds, the BJP received Rs 8,252 crore, surpassing the funding received by over 20 other parties combined. Additionally, p…
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In this episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair discusses Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud's comments regarding Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi's actions. The Supreme Court expressed dissatisfaction with Governor Ravi for refusing to reinstate MLA K Ponmudi as a Minister despite his conviction being suspended by the Supreme Court. CJI Chandrachud s…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the recent disclosures made by the Election Commission of India regarding Electoral Bonds. According to a report from The Hindu, a significant number of newly established companies, specifically 43 firms incorporated in 2018 or later, have acquired electoral bonds totaling over Rs 384.5 cro…
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In a recent episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair raised concerns regarding the transparency of data related to Electoral Bonds sold by the State Bank of India (SBI). Following a Supreme Court ruling on February 15, which deemed the electoral bond scheme unconstitutional, the SBI was instructed to provide detailed information on the bonds to the E…
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In this episode of 'Editorial', Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the Supreme Court's recent action towards the State Bank of India (SBI) regarding the disclosure of Unique Serial Numbers on electoral bonds. The Supreme Court of India has reprimanded the SBI for failing to share the unique serial numbers assigned to electoral bonds, the data of which was re…
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In this episode of ""Editorial,"" Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the Maharashtra State Bank Employees Federation's call for the resignation of SBI Chairman Dinesh Khera. The federation is demanding Khera's resignation due to his submission to the Supreme Court requesting an extension until June 2024 to provide information on electoral bonds, citing the t…
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In the latest "Editorial" episode, Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the letter penned by Adish Aggarwala, the President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, addressed to President Droupadi Murmu. Aggarwala urges a pause in enforcing the Supreme Court's recent ruling against the electoral bonds scheme. He calls for a presidential reference to reconsider …
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the resignation of Election Commissioner Arun Goel just ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Following the Union law ministry's announcement of Goel's resignation, Election Commission officials found themselves puzzled, especially considering the remaining three years of Goel's tenure and the …
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In this edition of "Editorial," Mr. Sujit Nair addresses the issue of the notably low conviction rates in 'Crimes against Foreigners' in India. The discussion centers on a recent gang-rape incident involving a Spanish woman in Jharkhand, shedding light on the overall decline in conviction rates for crimes against foreigners in the country. Statisti…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the mood of Indian voters leading up to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Urban Indians exhibit a keen interest in participating in the imminent Lok Sabha polls but harbor pessimism regarding critical issues, notably citing unemployment as their primary concern. The government's Covid-19 vaccin…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair addresses the State Bank of India's application filed in the Supreme Court, requesting an extension until June 30, 2024, to provide electoral bonds information to the Election Commission of India. According to a Constitutional Bench's ruling on February 15, the SBI is obligated to submit the informatio…
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In this Editorial episode, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses a significant ruling by a 7-judge bench of the Supreme Court, overturning the 1998 PV Narasimha Rao judgment. The previous verdict allowed Members of Parliament and legislative assemblies to claim immunity under Articles 105(2) and 194(2) of the Constitution for receiving bribes in anticipation of…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the ongoing turmoil in Manipur and the prevailing unrest in Sandeshkhali, West Bengal. Emphasizing the subpar quality of governance in these two Indian states—one governed by the BJP and the other by the All India Trinamool Congress—Mr. Nair concludes by asserting that the electorate in Ind…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the declining employment opportunities in the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA). Over the past three years since the onset of the pandemic, there has been a consistent decrease in the amount of work provided by the rural jobs guarantee program, dropping from 38.…
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In this episode of ‘Editorial’, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses about the prevalent income inequality in India where Mr. Nair refers to a report by Goldman Sachs titled ‘The Rise Of Affluent India’. The report says 49.7% of India’s working population earns less than ₹ 1.25 lakhs annually while only 4.1% earns more than ₹ 8.3 lakh annually. The report furt…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair draws comparisons between the 1975 Emergency imposed by former PM Indira Gandhi and the current Modi regime, pointing out the frequent summoning of political leaders by investigative agencies like the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Mr. Nair picks recent inci…
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In this edition of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the ongoing turmoil unfolding in Sandeshkhali, West Bengal. Situated in the Sundarbans of North 24 Parganas district, approximately 75 km from Kolkata, the island has become a focal point of protests since February 8, putting the Trinamool Congress (TMC) state government on the defensive. L…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair sheds light on the apparent contradiction within the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's narrative. While the BJP and PM Modi vociferously accuse opposition parties of corruption, there seems to be an ironic embrace of allegedly corrupt politicians into their ranks, facilitated by the muscle power o…
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In this episode of Editorial, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the recent recommendation by the National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) to impose President's Rule in West Bengal. The NCSC submitted a report to President Droupadi Murmu, suggesting this move amid escalating violence and political tensions in the state. The trigger for this recommenda…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair discusses the potential reasons behind the departure of senior Congress leader Ashok Chavan, who has recently joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). On Tuesday, the former Maharashtra Chief Minister formally became a BJP member in a ceremony attended by Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and sta…
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In this episode of ‘Dialogue’, Mr. Sujit Nair engages in a very interesting conversation with a veteran journalist Anand Vardhan Singh and discusses whether the ruling NDA will win 400+ Lok Sabha in the upcoming elections. Sr. Journalist Anand Vardhan Singh suggest that the claim made by the PM Modi in the parliament that the ruling BJP will win 37…
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In this episode of 'Editorial,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the ongoing farmers' protest at various locations along the Delhi border. He sheds light on the challenges faced by Indian farmers, emphasizing the key issues fueling the protests. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha (Non-Political) and the Kisan Mazdoor Morcha are organizing a march to exert pressur…
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In this edition of 'Opinion,' Mr. Sujit Nair shares his insights and experiences from his recent visit to the western region of Maharashtra, known as Vidharbha. During his three-day sojourn, Mr. Nair had an insightful conversation with a 76-year-old sarpanch who had been a staunch supporter of the Congress Party throughout his life but recently shi…
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In this episode of 'Dialogue,' Mr. Sujit Nair engages in a discussion with esteemed Indian journalist Mr. Raju Parulekar, delving into a range of topics. The conversation spans from the brazen killing of Maharashtra leader Abhishek Ghosalkar captured on Facebook Live to the recent attack on senior journalist Nikhil Wagle. Additionally, Mr. Nair and…
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In this editorial segment, Mr. Sujit Nair addresses the imbalanced allocation of funds between northern and southern Indian states, along with the upcoming delimitation and seat redistribution in Parliament. Tamil Nadu, for every rupee it contributes to the Centre receives only 29 paise in return, while Uttar Pradesh gets ₹2.73 and Bihar receives ₹…
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In this editorial segment, Mr. Sujit Nair discusses Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud's comments on the Chandigarh Mayor Polls. The Supreme Court expressed concern over the conduct of the Presiding Officer during the elections, stating that it was evident that the ballot papers were defaced. CJI Chandrachud strongly criticized the behavior, cal…
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The BJP-led government in Uttarakhand tabled the Uniform Civil Code bill in the Assembly today. The demand for a UCC has been, for long, a key poll plank for the Bhartiya Janata Party. In this video, HW News Managing Editor explains what a Uniform Civil Code entails and how our Constituent Assembly viewed it.…
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The Trinamool Congress's choice to contest the Lok Sabha elections independently in West Bengal, rather than aligning with the INDIA bloc, has set the stage for a three-way electoral competition. In this scenario, the TMC and the BJP are positioned to strengthen their respective voter bases. The Congress-Left coalition, as the third participant, ho…
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In this episode of 'Opinion,' Mr. Sujit Nair delves into the topic of unfair treatment towards rural India, shedding light on the persistent urban-centric nature of our policies. He highlights the ongoing political conflicts between central and state governments, specifically citing instances like the disagreements over schemes such as MGNREGA (Mah…
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has affirmed the persistence of current tax rates, covering direct, indirect taxes, and export duties. Additionally, she revealed an 11% increase in the capital expenditure outlay for the upcoming year, reaching ₹11.1 lakh crore. Sitharaman, in her announcement of the federal budget for the fiscal year, revised t…
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The resident doctors' organization identified key factors contributing to the challenges faced by aspiring doctors. These include excessively long work hours, hostile work environments influenced by negative interactions with senior staff, and a punitive system that discourages them from discontinuing their courses. Together, these elements signifi…
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Interim Budget 2024-25 in Parliament on February 1, following the start of the Budget Session. In her speech, she refrained from making significant income tax announcements, maintaining the existing tax rates. Notably, the government has prolonged the deadline for certain tax benefits for startups a…
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Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren, who, as per the Enforcement Directorate (ED), could not be located for over 30 hours, returned to his official residence in Ranchi on Tuesday. In its probe into a minimum of three money laundering instances, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has reportedly gathered strong evidence against Soren. The evidence im…
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Following government instructions, wage payments for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) are mandated to be conducted through an Aadhaar-based payment system (ABPS) starting January 1, 2024. Mr. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News, explores the detrimental impact of the Aadhaar-based payment system (ABPS) on M…
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Nitish Kumar, the leader of JD(U), was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the ninth time on Sunday at Raj Bhawan in Patna. Alongside Kumar, eight additional ministers, including BJP figures Samrat Choudhary and Vijay Sinha, were also sworn in as members of the Bihar government, with the latter set to assume the role of deputy chief ministe…
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