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December Month Articles

  • In the dock
    • by The Indian Express
      Maharashtra government's summary rejection of the Adarsh report reeks of bad faith ......
  • Open Letter to Pope Francis
    • by Mariawirthblog.wordpress.com
      Great hope for a positive change in the Catholic Church is pinned on the Pontificate of your Holiness and recent statements indicate that this hope may not be misplaced. ......
  • Seven flaws of Communal Violence Bill (CVB)
    • by Kalyan Chakrabarti
      A lot of TRP chasing has been done this week on prime time television on Communal Violence Bill (CVB), which left me more anguished than before. ......
  • Ford Foundation: Managing dissent in India
    • by Sandhya Jain
      The unease in sections of the intelligentsia over the spectacular rise of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the run-up to the Delhi elections has intensified with ......
  • 10 questions to Sagarika Ghose
    • by Irfan Iqbal Gheta
      It’s quite heartening to note that the celebrity journalists like you have finally realised that the end of Congress is nigh. ......
  • Demolish the wall of Article 370
    • by Romesh Raina
      Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s recent comments at the Lalkaar Rally in Jammu about Article 370 may be political......
  • Somersaults over the Modi stalk-gate
    • by Sandhya Jain
      More than two years before the ruckus over the alleged illegal surveillance of a young woman architect caught the imagination of the virulently anti-Narendra Modi media.......
  • The curious case of convenient liberalism
    • by Swapan Dasgupta
      Last week, liberal opinion that enjoys a virtual monopoly of the airwaves pilloried the Supreme Court for what some feel was its most disgraceful judgment........
  • Beyond AAP
    • by Tavleen Singh
      With the outpouring of punditry over the advent of AAP, you would think that there was nothing else in the election results to be excited about........
  • NAC – Nonsense, Antics & Charades – Part 3
    • by Thinkers-pad.blogspot.in
      In the Part 1, we looked at Sonia Gandhi’s own ambitious outlook towards Political Power and her complete comfort in crossing the boundaries of Laws of India........
  • NAC – No Accountability Council – Part 2
    • by Thinkers-pad.blogspot.in
      In the Part 1, we covered Sonia Gandhi’s Journey to the Centre of Power. We roughly chronicled Sonia Gandhi’s lawbreaking journey since ........
  • The Perils of Smuggling
    • by Ajay Shah
      When India brought back restrictions against legal gold imports, there was a surge of capital and labour devoted to criminal organisations. ........
  • Schemes for all, but few reaped benefits
    • by Sweta Dutta
      "The average Rajasthani is self-respecting and does not like to live on doles," BJP leader Vasundhara Raje had warned the Congress moths before the state went to polls. ........
  • What is this Kashmiriyat?
    • by Hari Om
      What is Kashmiriyat? What does it stand for? When was the term Kashmiriyat coined? Who coined it and for what? ........
  • Tragic lackluster Pal
    • by Editorial
      The current condition of celebrated journalist Tarun Tejpal is an illustration of a person who decided to be high moral judge and lead the society breaking away ........
  • There was no blood!
    • by Neeraj Mishra & Priyanka Kaushal
      The success of the Chhattisgarh Assembly polls was a result of homework well done.........
  • Maharashtra under PAC fire for Adarsh
    • by The Times of India
      From “gross misuse” of golf courses to “monumental failure at all levels of governance’’ in the infamous Adarsh scam.........
  • Sham secularism, feudal democracy
    • by S.K. Sinha
      Rahul Gandhi barges into a press conference being held by his party spokesman justifying the infamous ordinance.......
  • Nitesh Rane caused Rs 15 lakh damage: Goa minister
    • by The Times of India
      The vandalism by Maharashtra minister Narayan Rane's son Nitesh at a Goa border toll booth caused a loss of Rs 15 lakh, Goa transport minister Sudin Dhavalikar said on Thursday. .......
  • Modi challenges politics of religious identity
    • by Sandhya Jain
      In possibly his first letter to the Prime Minister after his controversial request not to gift Sir Creek to Pakistan on the eve of the Gujarat Assembly election in December 2012. .......
  • Dear Omar Abdullah: Who is really lying?
    • by Kartikeya Tanna
      In the Lalkaar Rally on Sunday, BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi made a very critical point on how women who marry outside the State of Jammu & Kashmir.........
  • The mischief of Article 370
    • by Siddharth Singh
      There is a good case for repealing Article 370. The political reasons for its continuation ceased to exist a long time ago........
  • Much ado about autonomy in J&K
    • by Siddharth Singh
      On Thursday, Union home minister P. Chidambaram sought an informed debate on the report of the group of interlocutors for Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)........
  • Narendra Modi throws down gauntlet, challenges Dilli Durbar
    • by Sandhya Jain
      In a derisive, yet combative mood, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi simultaneously challenged the Congress-led UPA coalition in Delhi and the Sheila Dikshit Government in the city on multiple counts of bad governance......
  • Meera Nanda returns with more nonsense
    • by Adity Sharma
      When historians and Indologists are not preoccupied with denouncing the dangers of Hindu revivalism, they can be found hurling intellectual-sounding invectives at the evils of Hindu Dharma......
  • Modi dares Cong to unleash CBI
    • by The Pioneer
      BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Sunday dared the Congress and the Centre to let the CBI loose on him......
  • 'Serious fraud' and self-censorship
    • by The Hoot
      A government agency is investigating possible fraud in RIL's links with INX (9X) Media four years ago, and the role played by multinational private equity firm......
  • Law? But that’s for others, not Lutyens’s Delhi
    • by Kanchan Gupta
      Shaming and shunning does not happen among Delhi’s elite. They never disown their own. It’s only a matter of time before Tarun Tejpal is back in business and to being a toast of the chattering classes......
  • Creeping China
    • by Brahma Chellaney
      A Project Syndicate column internationally syndicated......
  • PC blunders in haste, repents at leisure
    • by Nirmala Sitharaman
      BJP in a strongly worded letter has demanded an apology from Finance Minister P Chidambaram after the latter claimed that BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate......
  • Tehelka is a warning
    • by Ashok Malik
      In wide swathes of middle India, the media’s reputation is mud. It is easily linked to cronyism, corruption, megalomaniac editors......
  • Omar Abdullah jumps on to Geelani bandwagon
    • by Hari Om
      Way back on January 5, 2009, National Conference (NC) president Omar Abdullah formed a coalition government with the Congress party in Jammu & Kashmir (J&K)......

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