Rashtriya Sahara, in its editorial on April 21, writes: “People realise that the Opposition does not have the required numbers in the Parliament and there are hardly any chances of any action against the CJI or his removal.”
New age leaders are undermining global stability by escalating confrontational economic and military positions.
Central government seems to be misreading the crisis in Kashmir
The manner and context in which the Supreme Court collegium’s recommendation on the appointment of judges has been treated by the executive poses a threat to the independence of the judiciary.
Modi-Xi meeting in Wuhan city is not centred on outcomes but on greater understanding of the other
The Janata Party president Chandra Shekhar does not rule out the possibility of some kind of a group of “Young Turks” or dynamic people emerging in the party to force the leadership to pursue dynamic policies.
A convict has called to congratulate a minister for jails from the most appropriate location — his cell
Macroeconomic stability seems under renewed threat. But government must stay with fiscal and inflation targets
Government’s case against Justice KM Joseph is not convincing. CJI, and Collegium, must stand up by putting their foot down
Justice Sachar’s principles stood firm and were his guiding light till his last days
Morarji Desai said some people suffered from America-phobia and some others from Soviet phobia. “But we have no phobias and we do not believe in doing anything under pressure.”
President Trump seems set to end Iran nuclear deal. In Middle East, this is a poor time for tougher solutions
Revelations about ISPs filtering content through an AI-enabled third-party offshore, and choice of sites blocked, are disturbing
The photographer has won the copyright over his photo. But what has Naruto got and does he really care?
Both the Congress and BJP have let down the possibilities and openings in Salman Khurshid’s remarks at Aligarh
Asaram Bapu verdict brought on a made for TV moment.
The suggestion that the Opposition is playing politics is laughable. The truth is the government is playing politics to ensure that there is no inquiry that will embarrass them.
The judiciary’s independence holds the key to upholding the rule of law. This is also the reason the institution is held in high esteem by people from different strata of society.
The editorial in Organiser claims that Congress and its liberal-communist friends tried to float a new theory to brand the entire Hindu community as rapists or protectors of rapists.
Every state is progressing, some at snail’s pace, others leapfrogging. Much remains to be done.
Papa CJ started stand-up comedy in 2004 after his visit to the annual Fringe festival in Edinburgh. Since then, amongst various places, he has performed at the Sydney Opera House and also at gun-point in South Africa, he quips.