Monday, January 21, 2019
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AAP’s 2019 strategy

Exorcising the demons within to achieve coherence

Extortion rings in prisons

Government must set over-discussed reforms in motion

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Time for a reset

Finally a clean sweep of CBI top leadership


The regularisation gambit

Punjab legislation will have to pass legal scrutiny

Editorials, last 7 days...
The search for a tailwind

The search for a tailwind

by Vivek Katju

Jadhav case will test Pakistan’s intentions for durable peace

Focus on development, not on growth alone

Focus on development, not on growth alone

by Jayshree Sengupta

Despite our high rate of growth, unless we clean up our cities, have better quality of air and water and improve our education and healthcare system, it will take us many years to enter the ranks of advanced countries. A much more focused approach to address the micro needs of the people is required.

Chief Justice who took on Pak politicians

Chief Justice who took on Pak politicians

by RK Kaushik

Justice Saqib Nisar challenged one of the foundational principles of democratic constitutional theory, according to which the judiciary’s role in executive and legislative affairs is circumscribed. He used his suo motu powers expansively and initiated cases on issues that he considered to be of pressing concern.

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Making of accidental leaders

by Apoorvanand

From ‘hate figures’, Kanhaiya and Umar have become household cult names


Persecuted minorities of Pak, Bangladesh

by Smruti S Pattanaik

Minorities constitute 3 per cent of Pakistan’s population, whereas in Bangladesh they account for 8.5 per cent. This is in sharp contrast to 23 per cent minorities that Pakistan had boasted of during Partition. Due to religious persecution and discrimination, many of them have sought refuge in India.

Comment, last 7 days...
Bottoms up to Teja punch!

Bottoms up to Teja punch!

by Col PS Sangha (retd)

In the armed forces every unit has some traditions.

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The many ‘Saarus’ amid us

by Hemant Chopra

A flying spectacle like no other!

by Cmde Mukund Kunte (retd)Musings, last 7 days...

Thought for the day

The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation. — Bertrand Russell

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This day, that year

Lahore, Tuesday, January 21, 1919

Our Opponents and Ourselves

“New India” and the “Commonweal”