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Big relief for Jammu and Kashmir

relief for Jammu and Kashmir

Big relief for Jammu and Kashmir After a wait of some months, finally, the Apex court of India has given a laudable verdict and termed the access to the internet as a fundamental right by extension. Apart from it, the court has also pulled up the government for a long …

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Real tribute to Nirbhaya

Real tribute to Nirbhaya

Though the gruesome Nirbhaya gang-rape case has reached at its last point with a court in Delhi ordering on Tuesday to hang four convicts at 7 am on January 22, but the decision of the court should also push our authorities to analyze their claims, actions and results since the …

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JNU attack exposes Bollywood division

JNU attack exposes Bollywood division

The Sunday night attack on Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has exposed serious differences between Bollywood stars. But surprisingly the differences have not been caused by any ideology, but these are purely for commercial interests.

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The darkness in JNU and Solace

The darkness in JNU and Solace

The three hours free run of a group of more than 50 masked goons in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), located in the heart of our national capital, has once again exposed the poor state of affairs in our educational institutes.

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Finally, weekly off for Punjab Police

weekly off for Punjab Police

The latest move of Punjab government to start an eight-hour shift and a weekly off on a regular basis for its police force is a welcome step because relaxed cops will be able to provide justice to harassed and maintain law and order in a better way.

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Another attack, but no action

More than two days after historic Gurudwara Nankana Sahib in Punjab province of Pakistan was desecrated in a mob attack, the Indian, Punjab, Shiromani Akali Dal, Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee and other authorities have failed to get any action done and till date only lip service is being done.

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All is not well

Haryana BJP: All is not well

All seems to be not going well with Haryana BJP, which came to power second time in a row after, in a week’s time, another MLA raised a storm by blaming BJP senior leader and ex-Minister Manish Grover of corruption and inciting violence during 2016 violence.

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Justice Delayed

Justice Delayed HC reopens pendency of 5 lakh cases

Hoping to get justice, lakh will Queue up at the doors of Punjab and Haryana High Court (HC) to get justice after a short winter break. But things will remain same as the shortage of 30 judges and pendency of 5 lakh cases are already there to further delay the …

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BJP’s majoritarian push faces state challenge

BJP vs centre CAA

The Kerala assembly’s resolution demanding the scrapping of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), has kicked a fresh debate over the powers of country parliament and state assemblies. Central leaders have recently stated that state assembly does not have powers to pass a resolution about a law passed by parliament, …

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