Cheer Haran Day

Justice Markandey Katju- January 26 will be celebrated tomorrow, as Republic Day in India, but I have renamed it Cheer Haran (disrobing) Day. The truth is that the Constitution promulgated in 1950 has been flagrantly flouted and torn to shreds and has been rendered a scarecrow, hollow and empty, and now only acting as an instrument […]

California NRI’s Submitted Memorandum To President Of India in Reaction to Andhra Pradesh’s Three-Capitals Bill

Ritu Jha-   Concerned and surprised over the proposal to establish a three-state capital in Andhra Pradesh, over hundred people with roots in Andhra Pradesh traveled to San Francisco and have submitted a memorandum to the Consul General of India in San Francisco, Sanjay Panda, urging the President of India to intervene and help the […]

American admits to trying to aid terror group LeT

Arul Louis- An American man who wanted to become an executioner for the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and fight against India has admitted before a federal judge that he was guilty of providing support to the Pakistan-based terrorist organisation, according to officials. John C. Demers, the Assistant Attorney General for National Security, announced that Jesus Wilfredo Encarnacion, […]

Age is now just a number in Indian cricket

Yajurvindra Singh – Cricket as a sport in the past was always looked at as one that had the aura of royalty. Whether it was played on the village green or in a stadium, it had that lethargic approach of a sport that showcased elegance, character and endurance rather than one with a fast and […]

The grievance of Kashmiri Pandits

Justice Markandey Katju-   Kashmiri Pandits ( KPs ) were a small peaceful community living for centuries in Kashmir. They constituted of only about 400,000 people out of the 8 million people living in Kashmir i.e. about 5% of the total population. In the 1990s they were selectively targeted during the militancy in Kashmir, several […]

Law and Literature

Ayesha Tariq and Janhvi Prakash-   The Indian subcontinent is going through a painful turbulent transitional period in its history, a transition from feudal to modern society. In this period both law and literature can play an important role in getting over this transition, law by creating modern norms and destroying outdated feudal ones, literature […]