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.
Citizen action on rejuvenation of water bodies is gathering momentum in Bengaluru and is making a difference on the ground.
We can endure neither Court’s loss of legitimacy nor all the attempts being made to overcome it
Is statistical and meteorological data pandering to the establishment?
Death penalty for sexual offences against children is misconceived. Ordinance is doomed to fail
Let silence, the absence of language force us to look at crime non-poetically
In the battle over jungle and tribal land, deep mistrust divides natural allies.
The informal summit between PM Modi and President Xi gives them an opportunity to reflect on bilateral ties and set practical goals.
A politics based on democratic welfarism could offer a political alternative. The Bahujan Left Front in Telangana comprising communists and Ambedkarites may show the way.
Rather than opposing what cannot be defeated, it may be more profitable to focus on tempering its worst aspects
That’s the first step towards dealing with the horror of Kathua
Why we need more working women in politics
Government seems unwilling to take unpopular measures in public interest.
Politics of embarrassment matters more than proposed removal of CJI. No bigger message has emerged
The Empire having been reduced to a skeleton, the question has to be asked what is the best structure for the Commonwealth.
A notice on the front door of Arun Jaitley’s residence saying ‘No Visitors Allowed’ has triggered off the rumour that the Finance Minister’s health is serious and he is kept in total isolation.
Gang rape is the ultimate act of impunity
Is last week’s move by the Congress to impeach the Chief Justice of India part of a crusade that began even before Narendra Modi became Prime Minister?
Till the end, Justice Rajinder Sachar spoke up for the rights of fellow citizens
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.