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HC to hear plea for fresh probe into Karkare's death

A petition seeking fresh probe into the death of former Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chief Hemant Karkare who laid down his life during the 26/11 terror attacks would be heard by the Bombay High Court after the summer vacation. The petition has been filed by ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

Business in Afghanistan, Connections Matter Most

By | McClatchy Newspapers KARKAR COAL MINE, Afghanistan — Shovel-wielding miners in rags and plastic shoes, some with the protruding ribs and work-ravaged pallor of labor camp prisoners, toil deep inside this remote northern mountain, ...
 The Real News Network2 days ago
Counter Currents

Unsettling questions Regarding 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks of 2008

The Indian authorities have demonstrated a surprising reluctance to establish the truth by an independent commission of inquiry. Meanwhile, Indian governments have capitalised on 26/11 to increase military expenditure, establish a national ...
 Milli Gazette3 days ago Unsettling Questions Regarding The Mumbai Terror Attacks Of 2008  Counter Currents2 weeks ago

Who got away with Gandhi’s murder?

By Teesta Setalvad Rs 450 Rs 450 Beyond Doubt: A Dossier on Gandhi’s Assassination It is rather strange that the most regrettable assassination in the immediate aftermath of Independence has been a rarely discussed topic in India. Although the possibility ...
 Asian Age5 days ago Who got away with Gandhi's murder?  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
Counter Currents

The Myth Of Violence

Countercurrents.org This is an excerpt from 's new book "Looking Away: Inequality, Prejudice and Indifference in New India" published by Speaking Tiger The most widely held bias against Muslims is that they are religiously and culturally ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago
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When Mohan Bhagwat became a hardliner

'RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat was on the Hindu extremists' hit-list. In June 2008, this information was made public. Prior to that, you should hear Bhagwat's speeches and listen to his 'liberal' statements.' 'After he was informed that he was on their hit-list, he became a hardliner. He was not like that before.' Maharashtra MLA Kapil Patil tells Neeta Kolhatkar about his fight against Hindu extremist groups whom he accuses of being behind the murders of activists Narendra Dabholkar and Govind ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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PCHR Report on Israeli Human Rights Violations in the oPt (26 March - April 01 2015)

Jerusalem Israeli forces demolish a house belonging to Amr family in Wad al-Jouz neighborhood. Israeli attacks in the West Bank & Gaza: Shootings During the reporting period, Israeli forces wounded 13 civilians, including an international ...
 International Middle East Media Center3 weeks ago Israeli Human Rights Violations Against the Palestinian People, a PCHR Report for the Week of February 26 - March 4, 2015  Al Jazeerah1 month ago

Right wing behind Govind Pansare killing: MLC

Cornering the state government for the police’s failure to arrest the assailants of Govind Pansare and Dr Narendra Dabholkar, MLC Kapil Patil of Lokbharati claimed that right wing organisations Abhinav Bharat and Sanatan Prabhat were behind the ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Dabholkar to Pansare: Journey of Rabid Communal Terrorism  Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago

deaf, dumb & dangerous

In 21 minutes , you can plate up 10-plus packets of Maggie two-minute noodles. In 21 minutes , you can listen to at least seven Bollywood chart-busters. In 21 minutes , you can travel from Tollygunge to Chandni Chowk in the Calcutta Metro. ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
MSN News

History of Sec 66A: House never debated the provision, ever

Provided by Indian Express The explanation for introducing Section 66A was that it was needed to deal with cyber crimes against women. Striking down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, the Supreme Court called it ...
 MSN News1 month ago A little reminder: No one in House debated Section 66A, Congress brought it and BJP backed it  Indian Express1 month ago
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