By Sanjeev Nayyar It is nearly 17 months since the Narendra Modi government has been voted to power yet no major reforms were undertaken is a commonly heard statement. Is that really the case? Whilst the need for major reforms is not in doubt, ... Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago
The nullifying of the NJAC Act has put the spotlight on the Judiciary. Concepts like transparency, being open to change, leading from the front, management of perceptions that were reserved for the Executive earlier are now relevant for the Judiciary as well, says Sanjeev Nayyar. Now that the debate with respect to the scrapping of the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act, 2014 has ebbed, it is time to look at some issues affecting the judicial system dispassionately. At the outset I ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago
reviously, the account was with FoxyMoron Cheil India has won the digital mandate for Viber, a communication app, offering users free text messaging, voice calls and video calls. As part of the win, the agency will take care of all social media ...Agencyfaqs!, 3 weeks ago Viber appoints Cheil India as digital agency Best Media Info, 3 weeks ago
There are three issues related to beef consumption and cow slaughter. One is the British origin of cow slaughter. Two, if slaughter of cows is sanctioned by Islamic scriptures and three, the environmental impact of beef consumption. Sanjeev Nayyar sheds light on the matter. Now that things have cooled down a bit, it is time to look at the beef consumption issue in an unemotional way. My article looks at three issues. One, based on a book by noted Gandhian Dharampal about the British ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
It is mischievous to imply that the proposed bill to grant citizenship to persecuted Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists from other nations implies that Muslims and Christians are not Indians, says Sanjeev Nayyar. IMAGE: Celebrating India during Holi in Bhopal. Photograph: Raj Patidar/Reuters This article aims to make out a case as to why the Government of India must allow persecuted Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Sikhs currently abroad to return to India, and is a rejoinder to Aakar Patel's ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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