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  • RSS STAKES CLAIM FOR INDEPENDENCE STRUGGLE    (19-09-2018)
    What do you think youngsters got a sneak-peak at history not written thus far the other day? Historians like Romilla Thapar, Irfan Habib and Ramchandra Guha must be wondering how come they missed this chapter – the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh fought for India’s Independence and its founder KB Hegdewar waged a war against the British Raj the same like Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, as surely as E = MC square!
  • STRONG CASE FOR ARREST OF BISHOP FRANCO    (19-09-2018)
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Will the Kerala Police arrest Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who has been accused of multiple rapes of a nun? That is the question uppermost in the minds of Keralites.
  • RAHUL ROAD SHOW SUCCESS ENERGISES MP CONGRESS    (19-09-2018)
    BHOPAL: While Congressmen are celebrating the successful visit of Congress president Rahul Gandhi to Bhopal, angry demonstration against chief minister Shiv Raj Singh Chouhan at many places are causing worry for the BJP. On the day Rahul Gandhi was being welcomed by the cheering crowd stones were pelted on Chouhan’s cavalcade at Mahidpur town in Ujjain district.
  • RAHUL GANDHI MAKES BIG IMPACT IN MADHYA PRADESH    (19-09-2018)
    Congress remaining out of power in the state for last 15 years, is now adopted the strategy of “do or die”. The Congress party, which has been consistently sluggish, has been appearing to be very energetic from the last few months. In this regime, Congress has organized a mega road show in Bhopal. Congress national president Mr. Rahul Gandhi joined the Congress Sankalp Yatra and dialogue with party workers in Bhopal to formally launch the election campaign for upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh. With the slogan of “Waqt hai badlav ka” (it’s time for change) on every banner & poster, the Congress party is trying to overcome internal dispute and change the state leadership.
  • THE FAILING RATIONALE OF MODI GOVT’S ECONOMY CLAIMS    (19-09-2018)
    Conjectures are making rounds in the political circles about Amit Shah and Narendra Modi salvaging the electoral prospect of their party and ensuring its return to power after the 2019 general elections. The assumption is that they will manage to carry the urban middle class voters with the economic gains of the NDA government. Observers, however, articulate disquiet about the deteriorating state of the economy in recent months. They feel this will leave a deep scar on the economic face of the government.
  • WEEKLY UPDATE OF LEGAL POLICY AND COURT DECISIONS    (19-09-2018)
    Weekly Round-Up of Major Decisions of the Courts in India as also Legal Policy Developments
  • CJI DESIGNATE RANJAN GOGOI HAS TO ACT AS A GAME CHANGER    (19-09-2018)
    President of India has appointed Justice Ranjan Gogoi as the 46th Chief Justice of India, and he would assume office on 3rd October, 2018, a day after the current Chief Justice Dipak Mishra retires. The prelude to any new Chief Justice being sworn in is often a period of great excitement in the court corridors, with the lawyers feverishly speculating about the tenure of the new CJ, how he/she (till now only ‘he’) would run the Court administration, looking into the previous judgments to discern his/her views on certain issues, and hoping that some long pending judicial reforms would be undertaken.
  • RSS MEET TIMING HAS BIG SIGNIFICANCE    (18-09-2018)
    Everybody is talking of whether or not Congress and the rest of the Opposition made a mistake not accepting the invitation to attend the RSS meet. But ask about the timing of the meet, why now? Therein, probably, lies a story, or maybe two. One of them linked to the Opposition’s decision to spurn the invite.
  • HDI FOR INDIA SUGGESTS ‘GOOD DAYS’ AN ENDLESS WAIT    (18-09-2018)
    Waiting for Modi’s promised ‘Good Days’ is now like waiting for Godot. The Human Development Index 2018 released recently by UNDP shows that India lagged far behind the majority of countries in health, education, and gender development despite its being the fastest growing economy of the world. ‘Good days’ have remained elusive for the majority of Indians because the major share of national income growth is going to sectors other than human development. The rich are the main beneficiary of the economic policies while the common people continue to suffer.
  • SAFFRON CAMP’S NRC BOGEY IS CYNICAL ELECTION TOOL    (18-09-2018)
    Chun chun ke nikaloonga (we’ll throw them out one by one). This was BJP president Amit Shah’s dire warning to the ghuspetiyas or the illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. They should be killed like kira, makaura (insects), threatened a BJP leader of Telangana, Raja Singh. Senior BJP leader Ram Madhav’s prescription for them was “detection, deletion (of names) and deportation”.

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