Written by: Nalini Ranjan Mohanty Pakistani authorities handed over Wing Commander Abhinandan to us, but not Masood Azhar. If we do not get back Masood Azhar, all our chest-thumping over Balkot adventure would turn out to be mere hype, no substance. Since noon today, a large section of patriotic Indians remained glued to their TVs to see Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman cross over to the … Continue reading India should persuade the international community to pressurise Pakistan to hand us Masood Azhar
Abhisar Sharma asks- Why is Govt treating assassination plot of the PM so lightly? Will Dalit activists be treated as terrorists? Continue reading BHIMA KOREGAON RAIDS! प्रजातंत्र के सिपाहियों से कौन डर रहा है?
By PARANJOY GUHA THAKURTA | 24 March 2018 The finance ministry has said that it is keen on pursuing the cases arising from the DRI investigation into the over-invoicing scam, but there is a view that deliberate attempts are being made to stymie the prosecution process. Date published: March 24, 2018Publication: Caravan Link to original article Tags: CESTAT / Directorate of Revenue Intelligence / Knowledge Infrastructure Systems Private Limited / … Continue reading Is The Revenue Intelligence Investigation Into The Rs 50,000 Crore Over-Invoicing Scam Heading Towards A Judicial Logjam?
Here is a brief list to answer your question Mister Prime Minister: 1. For destroying India’s economy via Demonetisation and not taking responsibility for the damage it has done. 2. For destroying the traditional plural culture of our ancient land via organised polarisation – not just religious, but also regional, linguistic and cultural. 3. For destroying the profound teachings of Hinduism/ Sanatan Dharma … Continue reading You did this PM Modi- Devdan Chaudhari
I was such an idealist in 1992, that you could call me a dumb idiot. My friend Vismita and I were hired to conduct film making workshops for teenage girls in a village. We were giving our hearts and souls to our work. We were changing the gender dynamics in the world, one teenage girl at a time. After an exhausting day at Meethapur village, … Continue reading The Day It All Came Down – Sehba Imam
As three judges of the Supreme Court – Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice AM Khanwilkar – sat motionless on November 27, a young woman dressed in red, with a red hijab wrapped around her head, approached them. All heads turned to look at the woman, who was followed by stern looking police women in uniform. Lawyers in black and … Continue reading The red in the sea of black and white- Indira Jaisingh