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Saturday, June 19, 2021

Bhupender Yadav


Bhupender Yadav is a member of Parliament and general secretary, BJP.

Tech giants must follow Indian law
Tue, Jun 01, 2021

They’re supposed to bring the world closer by democratising debate, but the opacity of their functioning and arbitrary decision-making reveals their biases

Nirav Modi’s extradition is a vindication of India’s judicial system
Wed, Mar 03, 2021

A UK court ordering the fugitive businessman’s return is a reminder that the corrupt will face justice under the Narendra Modi government.

Return to the old normal may take away from us a very potent opportunity
Wed, Jan 27, 2021

Governance, as a tool, is not about reforms. Governance is about laying out procedures for the smooth functioning of systems. But reforms go beyond that.

Farm Bills will give farmers greater choice. Opposition must rise above partisan politics
Tue, Sep 22, 2020

Those opposing the bills have either not read them or are just worried that an empowered farmer doesn’t fit into their scheme of vote bank politics.

Giving Opposition a clean chit sets bad precedent for parliamentary democracy
Wed, Sep 30, 2020

If the parties and people behind the ruckus are not called out, we run the risk of seeing such ugly scenes again.

Digital media is redefining modes of political communication and mass contact
Wed, Jun 24, 2020

As India enters a technology-driven world, changes in the country’s political discourse are natural and communication between parties and people will become simpler.

Post-COVID-19: To meet challenges ahead, emphasis must be on livelihood security
Tue, Apr 21, 2020

Political parties have to work together to develop an agenda for human development that focuses not just on GDP growth but also on enhancing livelihood security by generating sustainable occupations.

In Delhi, opposition has stoked fears, blamed BJP in a bid to misguide the people
Fri, Feb 28, 2020

In a democracy, anger and protests are legitimate. Violence and anti-national activities are not.

India needs to revisit M S Golwalkar’s life and teachings to realise its potential
Tue, Feb 18, 2020

India has seen varying shades of the lives of ascetics. These great men did not live merely for themselves but dedicated their being to society and humanity. Golwalkar is among the foremost symbols of such a selfless life.

Granting citizenship to people persecuted for their faith does not violate the Constitution
Wed, Dec 18, 2019

If the government of a welfare state segregates people on any ground and then extends equal rights to all members of the segregated group, then that arrangement is valid under Article 14.

A step for gender justice: Law that criminalises instant talaq is framed by constitutional morality
Fri, Aug 02, 2019

The present government deserves appreciation for ensuring equality of women in letter and spirit. What is held to be bad in the Holy Quran cannot be good in sharia. Or, what is bad in theology is bad in law as well.

Unhappy at some recent judgments, Opposition trying to intimidate SC
Thu, Apr 26, 2018

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.

Reading the verdict: A victory for New India over medieval politics
Tue, Dec 19, 2017

The BJP has got the mandate to realise its vision of “New India”.

Congress intimidated its own MLAs, locked them up
Thu, Aug 17, 2017

Forty-four Congress legislators were taken outside Gujarat, at a time when they were required to serve the flood-hit people of their constituencies. The Congress resorted to other desperate tactics as well.

Divorcing The Past
Sat, Jun 03, 2017

Why abolishing triple talaq is critical to creating a New India

Not for Muslims alone
Fri, Jul 08, 2016

The founder of the Aligarh Muslim University wanted it to be a non-sectarian educational institution.