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SGPC is for all India, Modi govt is with us: Badal

For long locked in intractable legal disputes over sharing of river waters and territorial claims, Punjab and Haryana are now sparring on politico-religious turf. And, the slugfest is only getting vicious and complicated by the day, raising the ... Hindustan Times, 1 day ago

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Appointment of PM's Principal Secy: Law changes justified?

The ordinance, and now Bill, to regularise the appointment of former Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Chairman Nripendra Misra as Principal Secretary to Narendra Modi has drawn the usual politically-driven outrage. Why an ordinance? Why ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 week ago

An ancient sport, not savagery

Driven by exaggerated Western notions of animal rights, the Supreme Court's ban on Jallikattu not only hurts the cultural mores of Tamil society but also puts the bulls, the court seems to care for so much, on the path to extinction, writes ADITYA ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Name segregation

The Chief Justice of India, R.M. Lodha's statement blaming the Centre for "unilaterally segregating" senior advocate Gopal Subramanium's name for elevation as Supreme Court judge raises many doubts (July 2). It is difficult to assume that such a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
APN News

Government acted unilaterally in keeping out Subramanium: CJI

In an assertion that may pitch the government and the top judiciary head-on, Chief Justice of India R.M.Lodha on Tuesday said that the government acted unilaterally in segregating the name of former solicitor general Gopal Subramanium from the panel ...
 APN News3 weeks ago

Nader: Corporate state lacks patriotism

, the Continental Congress declared its independence from King George III and England. Independence Day is marked by celebrations and the American people expressing patriotism in a variety of ways. Yet, other than special sales events, what is ...
 USA Today4 weeks ago
The Hindu

Of faith and force

Thirty years ago, Indian troops launched an assault code-named "Operation Blue Star" on the holiest shrine of the Sikhs, the Golden Temple or Harminder Sahib, in Amritsar. Their objective was to evict a fundamentalist Sikh preacher, Jarnail Singh ...
 The Hindu1 month ago


When tremendous dangers are involved, no one can be blamed for looking to his own interest -Thucydides460c -400BC- The Peloponnesian -Danger Media reported that Prime Ministerial candidate of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Narendra Modi has ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 months ago

Srini can head ICC, Gopal can't be SC judge

12:06 am It is a clearly unfair world. The same Supreme Court that includes the chairman of the Board for Control of Cricket in India N Srinivasan within the ambit of an enquiry by Justice Mukul Mudgal in the charges of corruption, betting and match ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago

Impeach Obama! The United States Must Be a Paragon Among Nations

This transcript appears in the of Executive Intelligence Review. [] From the LaRouche PAC Friday Webcast for July 11, 2014. The video is at Host Matthew Ogden was joined by Megan Beets of the LaRouche PAC science ...
 Executive Intelligence Review6 days ago
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