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Fifth Column: A message from Gujarat
Indian Express

Fifth Column: A message from Gujarat

The new leader from Gujarat is an unpleasant young man with dodgy political ideas and dodgy political heroes. The new leader from Gujarat is an unpleasant young man with dodgy political ideas and dodgy political heroes. But, he said something ... Indian Express, 3 days ago

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Fifth Columnist: High passion, low drama

In Yakub Memon's hanging, the eternal question haunting jurisprudence around the world has come back to India with a bang: should death penalty be abolished? There are those who believe that it should because it displays medieval barbarism, and ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Daily Newswatch

Fifth Columnist: Variety show

Statehood for Delhi occupies a unique position in the Indian Union of states and union territories. It is a state, which has a chief minister, who does not wield powers over land and police, two prominent bulwarks of state authority. Chief ministers ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago N713.7bn bailout: FG told to monitor disbursement  Daily Newswatch1 month ago Turn N400bn bailout to states to loan -TUC  Daily Newswatch1 month ago TUC wants FG to recoup bailout money from states' monthly allocations  World Stage Group1 month ago

Fifth Columnist: Food for thought

The recent exposition of former RAW chief Amarjit Singh Dulat's book Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years has thrown fresh light on a troubled phase of Indian history, one where India's security apparatus, particularly its spy agencies, were tested like ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Fifth Columnist: The nasbandi years

When former prime minister Indira Gandhi announced general elections in January 1977 after nearly two years of internal Emergency, the most potent symbol of the authoritarian months was the subject of forced sterilisation or what became notorious as ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

The Fifth Columnist: Party has lost its voice

When the Congress was decimated in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections down to 43 seats and when it was becoming a problem to even cobble together a half-way decent opposition in the Lower House of Parliament, it seemed like bure din for non-BJP parties had finally ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago Fifth Columnist: Party has lost its voice  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
This Day Online

Ex-NHIS Boss Attributes Corruption Allegations to Fifth Columnists

Former NHIS director, Dr Femi Thomas Shola Oyeyipo۬ The activities of some self-serving individuals have been noted as capable of negatively affecting the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), if not urgently addressed. The media aide to ...
 This Day Online1 month ago Nigeria: Ex-NHIs Boss Attributes Corruption Allegations to Fifth Columnists  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Allegations of fraud against me libelous Former NHIS boss, Femi Thomas  DangoteNews.com1 month ago

Fifth Columnist : Operation deterrence

When a group of elite commandos of the Indian army entered a largely undefined border with Myanmar on June 9 to exterminate militants responsible for the massacre of their 20 comrades in Manipur on June 5, arguably a new chapter in cross border relationships ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Fifth Columnist: Not a day too soon

Data worldwide, by its sheer nature, conceals more than it reveals. Census figures for 2011, Population by Religious Communities, report released this week has information that could trigger an immediate kneejerk reaction. At face value, the census report ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago

Fifth Columnist: Playing with fire

In the words of Napoleon Bonaparte, later ascribed to several other leading statesmen and military leaders of 19th and 20th century Europe, “the army moves on its stomach”. In other words, a successful army is one that is well provisioned and well fed, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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