“We are a constitutional court…If we as a constitutional court do not lay down law and protect personal liberty, then who will?” Making these remarks,
Some of the recent judgements on matters of national importance make every thinking and patriotic citizen to not merely wince, but to hang one’s head down in shame
Who will provide remedy if not the Supreme Court when fundamental rights are breached?
The arrest of Arnab Goswami evoked howls of protests from the centre, politicians and ordinary people, while that of octogenarian activist Stan Swamy under the dreaded UAPA barely registered.
I wondered whether I did the right thing in visiting the Ambala Christian Cemetery, known earlier as the European Cemetery, on Jagadhari Road in Ambala Cantonment in Haryana.
Five BJP ruled states are mulling to bring in a law to disallow ‘love jihad’, a term coined by the Sangh Parivar for mixed marriage between a Muslim man and a woman of other faith.
The day we say we have something to learn from others we shall make progress. We shall recognise the worth of “Work” over “Words”.
And then it struck me! No it did not strike me like the bolt from the blue! I half expected it, like most of the world did. Why wouldn't anyone not expect it,
A nexus between bank staff, middlemen, school and government employees in Jharkhand, Bihar and Punjab have come to the fore, where scholarship amount worth millions of rupees,
‘Spiritual awakening’ is the most substantial measure in combating the menace of environmental pollution
The celebrated CP Scott who served as the Editor of Manchester Guardian for over 50 years observed a century back that “comment is free, but facts are sacred”.
As she reaches a village, Salami Shashankar tells a reliable person to inform the people about her arrival. “Bank Madam has come,” word quickly passes around from one to another.
My neighbour who has a habit of poking his nose in my business, stood outside my house, as I dismantled the grill, unscrewed the heavy steel door, and opened the thick wooden shades,