COURT judgement on Arunachal Pradesh slams Modi Govt.

On Wednesday- July 13- the Supreme Court unanimously quashed Arunachal Pradesh Governor J P Rajkhowa’s decision to advance the assembly session from January 14 this year to December 16 last year creating political unrest in the border state which led to the imposition of President’s rule on the…

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Power is everywhere

As the  dust  appeared to have settled on the JNU and UOH fronts (apparently)  in  came the  ferment  in Kashmir .
I am concerned  and majorly. The attempt  to forcefully subjugate the  residents of a State should concern all right-thinking citizens  . But that’s not what am  referring  to right…

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Lot of challenges ahead for Indian economy

It has been a time of mixed fortunes for India’s economy. While data on industrial output and WPI inflation released recently depressed the economic outlook in the short run, some positive tidings came for the Asian Development Bank which has said the Indian economy has shrugged off global headwinds…

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Kashmir requires political solution to resolve crisis

With 35 killed nearly 1500 injured, peace and normalcy seems a distant goal in Kashmir Valley. The leaders of the separatists organisations have extended the call for protests against killing of poster boy of militants Burhan Wani and much will depend on what happens when protesters come out after prayers…

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Delhi must listen to Kashmir

India would have faced far greater criticism of its handling of the outbreak in Kashmir if the international scene was calmer.

With the US embroiled in its own racial militancy, France reeling under repeated terrorist attacks (Nice being the latest), Turkey facing a coup and most other European countries still…

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