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The fine art of fact-fudging

By Manoj Mitta Rs 599 Rs 599 The Fiction of Fact-Finding: Modi and Godhra The 2002 anti-Muslim pogrom in Gujarat under the watch of chief minister and home minister Narendra Modi was arguably the worst communal carnage in India since Independence. On the ... Asian Age, 5 days ago
Outlook India

The Hawk And The Huntsman

Who's Afraid Of President Modi? There are voices that say the top job comes with its own checks and balances, but every sector is fearful now Minorities Concerns and Fears: Growing certainty that intimidation of minorities will increase.
 Outlook India1 week ago

Opposing The Award Of Death Penalty As Punishment For Rape Peoples Union of Democratic Rights (PUDR) is concerned that close on the heels of the Supreme Court's judgment of 21st January 2014, whereby the Court had commuted the death sentences of 15 convicts to life imprisonment, the ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago

1984 & 2002: narratives of official collusion

Those familiar with the recent history of communal violence in India will have no trouble in placing Trilokpuri (Delhi, 1984) and Naroda Patiya (Ahmedabad, 2002) as uppermost and amongst the most brutal in the country's poor record of protecting ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Outlook India

A Reply To The Mahatma

Ramesh Shinde/Navayana Essential reading Cover of the first edition of Annihilation of Caste, 1936 8.1 Why does the Mahatma cling to the theory of everyone following his or her ancestral calling? He gives his reasons nowhere. But ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Bombay high court to hear PIL on double allotments of flats under CM's discretionary quota

MUMBAI: Bombay High Court is slated to hear on Monday a public interest litigation on double allotments of flats under the chief minister's discretionary quota. A division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice M S Sonak on January 22, 2014 had ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Bollywood exile Saifi seeks apology

Saifi says he is ready to return to music once his name is cleared Indian musician Nadeem Saifi, who has been living in exile since being accused of murder in 2000, has demanded an apology from the Indian government. One of Bollywood's ...
 BBC1 month ago Bollywood exile Saifi seeks government apology  New Age Bangladesh1 month ago
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