The state took sides and ignored its own assessments to allow murders
Monthly Archive for: September, 2013
Beneficiaries of the land scam worth Rs 252 crore include judges, journalists and bureaucrats
The Indian Mujahideen are for real, and investigators have more evidence about them than they would have us believe.
Two land mark events nearly simultaneous but geographically separated by the Atlantic have triggered off debates across the newsrooms in Europe and America...
The Maharashtra ATS’s investigations into terror cases has been dubious at best. Himayat Baig’s death sentence is the latest travesty.
The sharp political reactions to Shakeel Ahmed’s tweet underscores the need to have a reasoned debate on the subject of religious extremism and its offshoot, terrorism
Paid news in the media: Senior journalist Paranjoy Guha Thakurta talks about the paid news rot in the media industry.
Now that I am living in Delhi, sometimes when I meet someone for the first time, I surprise them with a bit of cultural insight about India.
Gulail reveals the shocking story of the mob violence that resulted in the death of a Muslim cop.
here are some positive aspects in the Bill, which have enormous potential to transform the PDS, especially in poor states. The food bill promises 5kg of food grain per month to 67 percent of the country’s population – 75 percent in rural areas and 50 percent in urban areas.