Justice is not hubris; power is not petulance and prudence not pusillanimity, especially when judges are themselves prosecutors and mercy is a mark of strength,
In October 2016, when the famed fiction-writer John Grisham released another best-seller ‘The Whistler’, it made sensational news!
At a time when the opposition political parties are grossly failing from fulfilling their democratic responsibilities, the judiciary is continually shying away from its bounden duty
The ongoing fierce controversy about holding of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) for engineering and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)
The COVID-19 global pandemic has seen several debates across the country. And its impact has been considerable on students.
Ouch! They’ve done it again. Those Gandhi topi wearing Congress wallahs. The original Gandhi topi has been replaced by another Gandhi
On 24 August I received a video through WhatsApp. The title of the video is: Kashmiri Ladki.
The spread of Coronavirus in India has been on the upswing despite the measures undertaken by the state.
Recently I came across a profound and very meaningful post in the WhatsApp which read like this: “I asked a wise man, ‘tell me Sir,
The Preamble to the Constitution of UNESCO declares that “ wars begin in the minds of men, it is the minds of men that the defenses
Cultural diversity is a fact of modern life and it exists now in practically all countries of the world. In addition to conventional elements such as race, religion and language,
A few years ago, someone travelling to a religious place out of the country, called me up, “I am very sorry for the wrong I have done to you, please forgive me!” he whispered.