Opinion

Sedition: Think before you use

In the colonial era, the ‘sedition’ as given under section- 124 (a) of Indian Penal Code, 1860 and many other similar oppressive laws, were a kind of necessity for the prolongation of the British Raj. After the First War of Independence (1857), there was not much likelihood of an armed revolution to achieve...[ View full story ]

Sharif forms Kashmir brigade to hide Pak brutality in Balochistan

In what bares Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaj Sharif’s desperation and frustration after being exposed on Balochistan by PM Narendra Modi, he has today nominated 22 Pakistani parliamentarians as special envoys to highlight alleged brutalities in Jammu and Kashmir by the Indian security forces. Sharif has assigned them different countries where they will be visiting...[ View full story ]

Auspicious signs for BJP ahead of UP polls: Party-hoppers make a beeline for it

Ahead of Uttar Pradesh assembly elections scheduled to be held early next year, MLAs and other leaders of different parties are heading towards Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Recently, the state has witnessed so many lawmakers of BSP, SP and Congress joining the BJP in what is being seen as the writing on the...[ View full story ]

Laws governing road traffic in India

On 9th of August 2016 the Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill 2016 was introduced in Lok Sabha. The Hon’ble Transport Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari has termed the bill as biggest reforms in the road safety & transport sector. India has one of the largest road networks in the world, consisting of National Highways, Expressways,...[ View full story ]

Dalits, Hindutva and Elections: The unending saga…

The Dalit question has a historical socio-economic perspective but in modern days it is mostly played out when the election times near. The important Assembly elections are round the corner and so are the Dalit issues. It is generally understood that Dalits as an electoral constituency can influence the Assembly elections results and...[ View full story ]

Arvind Kejriwal in denial as his ‘tainted’ MLAs sully AAP image

A dozen of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs have so far been arrested on one charge or the other. Some of them have been granted bails, while some continue to be in judicial custody or in police remand.  Recently, AAP MLA from Narela, Sharad Chauhan was arrested on a serious charge for abetting...[ View full story ]

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