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January 20, 2013
Suparna Rawat Joshi

Post the recent gruesome Delhi gangrape incident, and amid news reports about many similar acts of violence across the nation, one has been forced to ponder over the security of one's loved ones outside the security of home's four walls. 

May 4, 2012
Questions Remain
Abhinandan Mishra

Even though there is a lot of resentment among the common people against the maoist over the abduction of Sukma district collector Alex Paul Menon but still many feel that this was an incident which could have been avoided had police and the collector himself been more careful.

April 28, 2012
John MacLithon

Robert Vadra’s meteoric rise is a significant story in the collection of the most shameful stories of independent India. A nonentity, he has risen to the topmost heights of power and wealth by virtue of blatant nepotism.

January 21, 2012
Sandhya Jain

In recent times, some clemency petitions concerning death row convicts have given rise to apprehensions that we may be subtly edging towards a de facto separate criminal law for minority communities.

January 21, 2012
Sandhya Jain

It would be churlish to deny the merit of some scathing observations made about the print and electronic media by the new chairman of the Press Council of India, in a recent television interview.

January 21, 2012
Rohit Shrivastav
Sandhya Jain

Successive Governments at the Centre have tried to create the institution of Lokpal at the national level, after the idea was first mooted by late MP, Dr. L.M. Singhvi.

January 21, 2012
P M Ravindran

Talking of RTI, there are quite a few issues that have never made it to the media so far, which could have been covered during the convention, if only grassroots activists had been given adequate opportunity to share their experiences.

November 20, 2011
P M Ravindran

The 6th national convention on the Right to Information was organised by the national RTI watchdog, the Central Information Commission, at Vigyan Bhavan on 14 and 15 Oct 2011.

November 20, 2011
K.P. Prabhakaran Nair

India, it would seem, has only two classes of people, the “upper class” and the “middle class”.  Yet there is another, the totally forgotten “nothing class”, which the vast majority of educated, elite and intellectual  Indians have chosen to ignore, which the Planning Commission has now defined.

 

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