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Split in SAD-BJP, Starts  

Split in SAD-BJP, Starts  

The claims of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD),  it has opted out from election to the Delhi Assembly as BJP asked it to change its stand on Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA),  have no takers. In fact, it has further exposed the lack of effective leadership in the party . Apart from …

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Act Legally, Not Politically

CAA: Act Legally, Not Politically

Amid rising chorus in the support and against of the passage of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), constitutional experts are worried that the present clash between centre and states over CAA  has the potential to upset the division of powers laid out by our constitution between states and centre.

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NIA is welcome

NIA is welcome

Finally National Investigations Agency (NIA) has taken over the probe of Jammu and Kashmir police officer case and it will collect required evidence to establish his wrongs. The disgraced and suspended Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Davinder Singh was arrested for links with militants. The taking over of probe into …

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Pliable DGP

Pliable DGP

The decision of Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) to quash the appointment of Dinkar Gupta as the state police chief, must have come as a big setback for Congress government. However, the adamancy of Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh and his statement to retain Gupta as DGP of Punjab even after …

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Miscarriage of Justice

Miscarriage of Justice: S.N. Dhingra committee report 1984 anti-Sikh riots

The decision of Narendra Modi led central BJP government to accept the Justice S.N. Dhingra committee report, which was looking into 199 cases linked to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots that were closed by an earlier probe committee, has rekindled the hopes of victims for justice. The report has once again …

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Judicial Hope

Judicial Hope

Within a week, the Judiciary has asserted its power to save democratic rights of country second time and emerged as a big hope for lovers of democratic rights.

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Judicial Remedy Is Best

Judicial remedy is best: Kerala moves to top court against CAA

Though its an unusual step, but the decision of CPM led Kerala Government to move the Supreme Court,  challenging the validity of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, has set a road for others to follow, if anyone wants to oppose CAA legally. Kerala has become the first state to move …

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Dhindsa Is Serious Problem

Dhindsa Is Serious Problem

The jumping of congress ministers into the fray to help rebel and suspended Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) Rajya Sabha MP Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa and his Lehra MLA son Parminder Singh Dhindsa in their fight against the SAD, seems to have finally brought the cat out of the bag.

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Police need upgradation

Punjab Police need upgradation

Despite claims of spending crores to equip Punjab police with the latest gadgets, it still seems to be a distant dream while the fact that drug smugglers have started using drones on Indo-Pak border near Amritsar, must be a cause of worry for concern authorities. Being a border state, Punjab …

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Need gender equality  

Need gender equality; seaperate toilets for women cops

Amid claims of Punjab government to provide all facilities to its women staff, the lack of required toilets for women cops has once again brought to fore the lack of basic amenities. It’s happening despite a huge publicity campaign by central and state government to make Swach Bharat Abhiyan a …

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