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When two courts dont see eye to eye

01:17 am The dictum laid down by E.M.S Namboodiripad, a Marxist ideologue, decades ago that if you are convicted in a lower court, you should double your stakes and approach the higher court, stood vindicated on Wednesday with what was perceived as ... The Freepress Journal, 2 months ago

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Indian Express, 4 weeks ago

IUML was known as secular. Are things changing?

KOZHIKODE, MALAPPURAM & THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Long before the two-nation theory would implode on its own, Muslim leaders from South India had a personal experience on the hollowness of the grand argument that the Muslims of Indian subcontinent are one ...
 Economic Times14 hours ago

Gopalkrishna: The presidential prerogative

Governors are not exactly the most popular of public servants in India today. Nor are they spectacularly unpopular. The astringent truth — for the incumbents of that office — is that Governors do not figure in people's thoughts. They are a ...
 The Gulf Today16 hours ago
The Hindu

The presidential prerogative

With rare exceptions, the recommendation for President's rule arises not from the Governor's independent assessment of the situation but from Delhi. That is where the President has room to impress upon the government of the day the need for the ...
 The Hindu1 day ago What is Article356?  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

The basics for free speech

Courts have routinely invoked contempt to punish expressions of dissent, when such expressions often posed no threat to the administration of justice. Through a most pernicious act of judicial fiat, in a judgment delivered on December 23, 2015 , ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Mahatma, the empire's loyal subject

The popular legend of Gandhi in South Africa has a backstory, that of a man with fawning loyalty to the British There is a backstory to the legend of Mahatma Gandhi, enacted in South Africa, and told in large part in the glow of reverence that ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

Economic & Political Weekly: A Little Liberal Storm

The first issue of the Economic & Political Weekly this year had a business-as-usual look about it. The familiar staple of commentary mixed with editorials, data and book reviews was there. What the diehard acolytes of left liberal India's bible of ...
 Open2 weeks ago

Imposition of Central rule

Of course in Arunachal Pradesh, none of the stakeholders is blame-free, but the Editorial (Jan.27) , is a grim reminder of the continuing saga of misuse of powers by the Central governments of the day and the blatant misuse of discretionary powers ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Life and Times of a Media Mogul

The late K M Mathew who was the editor of Malayalam daily Malayala Manorama (circulation: 2 million ) for 54 years is an iconic figure for Malayalis. His long tenure at the top of the paper helped the group's steady growth. His tenure also coincided ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Lal Salaam to Jai Bhim: Why Rohith Vemula left Indian Marxists

Not many people know that my friend Rohith Vemula was once a diehard supporter of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Before he joined the Ambedkar Students Association (ASA) at the University of Hyderabad, he was a firebrand leader of the ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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