Saturday , 21 January 2017
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Witch Hunt For Traitors

THE row at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is getting worse and worse.  It is time tempers cooled down. On Monday teachers and students of JNU supporting Kanhaiya Kumar, the president of the JNU Students Union who has been arrested on sedition charges, Please like & share: Read More »

Regulating Private Coaching in State

Private coaching and tuition classes have become one of the highest profit making industries with very little capital investment. With parents of the middle classes, and even of the lower classes, desirous of getting their children into professional colleges, particularly medicine and engineering, Please like & share: Read More »

No Compromise With Karnataka

On Thursday Goa in one voice once again vowed they would not buckle to the pressures and tactics of Karnataka and obtain a fair share of the Mhadei waters. Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said Goa would not compromise on its opposition to construction of dams on the river upstream or diversion of water from the Mhadei basin to Mallaprabha and ... Read More »

No Fence For Goa Dairy

Goa Dairy first pressed the panic button and now it has pressed the veto button against the entry of Surat District Co-Operative Milk Producer’s Union Limited (SUMUL) in the state, threatening to pursue legal options to achieve its purpose. Please like & share: Read More »

Deaf To The Discordant Notes

Arunachal Governor JP Rajkhowa’s shamelessly partisan decisions, primarily intended to replace the Congress government in the state with a government of a faction of the Congress backed by the BJP, have lost the sanctity he was seeking under the cover of constitutional propriety. A five-member Constitution bench of the Supreme Court has judged Rajkhowa’s decision to advance the state Assembly ... Read More »

Headley’s Testimony Rips Off Pak Facade

The revelations made by Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley to a Mumbai court through video deposition on Monday have hardly left any doubt that there is no dividing line between the Pakistani army establishment and the terrorist groups. Please like & share: Read More »

Farce of In-Flight Safety Demonstrations

Safety demonstrations by cabin crew on airplanes before take-off are done so routinely all of us passengers hardly even care for what those flight attendants are saying or doing. Passengers shut their eyes to take a nap, Please like & share: Read More »

Sonu Nigam Makes Noise

Jet Airways has suspended five cabin crew members who were part of a chartered flight after aviation watchdog Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) took serious note of an episode in which popular singer Sonu Nigam was allowed to sing Bollywood numbers using the in-flight announcement system. Please like & share: Read More »

Bleeding To Stop Theft of Public Funds

ROMEL Sutharia, a Right to Information (RTI) activist was allegedly attacked on Wednesday by a group of unidentified persons outside the Collector office in Tapi district of Gujarat for allegedly seeking information and opposing ‘illegal mining’.  Please like & share: Read More »

Far Away From Eyes of Society

PUNJAB Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal says “Goa is the easiest place in India to get drugs but there are hardly any arrests. Punjab is acting tough but gets branded as the drug capital.” More than hurting Goa, Badal’s intention was to defend the “indefensible” – the Punjab government’s gross failure in checking drug addiction among youth and farmers ... Read More »

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