THE CURIOUS CASE OF MISSING CHILDREN

New Delhi May 16   While rising cases of missing children led our policy-makers towards legislating strong and robust legal framework, technological gaps and loopholes must be plugged

On March 9, a 14-year-old boy, Raju (name changed), was found after he went missing from a factory in Delhi…

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Prohibition leads to loss of revenues and rise in crimes

The much-publicized liquor ban policy of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has created a serious financial crisis in Bihar as the administration is finding it difficult to implement the recommendations of the pay commission as the centre has also cut its share in the schemes that it funds. The…

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ROHINGYA: A THREAT TO JAMMU

New Delhi May 15    While the Government is of the view that Rohingyas are a security threat and not a religious problem, the top court has repeatedly deferred their deportation. A solution to the problem is imperative

In an interview with Russia Today on the crisis in Europe, French politician…

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FOUR YEARS OF MODI SARKAR AND THE EMPHASIS ON EMPLOYMENT

New Delhi May 14   The Narendra Modi Government is going to complete four years and celebrations are about to begin. What is interesting is that even before the completion of four years in power, the Government has gone into election mode. So, it is being speculated that this year’s…

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Polls in States pose tough challenge to BJP in year ahead

The polls, in Karnataka described as a decisive battle before  elections are held for Lok Sabha in 2019, will only indicate a trend as every State poll to follow in Madhya Pradesh  and Rajasthan  will be equally important. If Karnataka reveals a dismal or bright future for  Congress party, polls…

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