April 24, 1973 was a historic day in the history of the Constitution of India. It was on this day that the Supreme Court of India, through its path-breaking judgment in the Kesavananda Bharati case
I wanted to be a lawyer. That is, perhaps, why I took a lot of interest in the Kesavananda Bharati vs State of Kerala case the Supreme Court was hearing those days.
Eleven people were killed in Naroda Gam. But the court acquits all the 69 accused. The question remains: Who killed them?
It is three months since our top wrestlers raised their voice against Brij Bhushan Saran Singh, president of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI).
The Americans have a beguiling way with words. Masters of euphemism, they couch the most unpleasant reality in language that is polite but with spadefuls of deception.
The Indian Church has about 1,30,000 consecrated persons, diocesan priests and religious women and men together, while the RSS has only 2,500 full-time Pracharaks.
On the birthday of Fr. Stan Swamy, Cedric Prakash remembers him in a unique way
When dissent and freedom of speech are put on leash, it shows democracy is in peril and autocracy is gaining ground
June 5 this year marks the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day. Observed globally since 1973, this year’s theme #BEATPLASTICPOLLUTION
“Attach their properties!” shouts a shrill voice. People shake their heads as they hear these orders and many including me hearing those words or seeing