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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Time For People’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ BJP Government, which boasted about India not facing any terrorist attack after Modi’s coming to power, needs to learn lesson from Pulwama attack. All Indians have due respect even today, for the surgical strike carried out during regime of Modi Government. The film based on that attack was quite appreciated by Indians. India’s name ... Read More »

India’s Economic Option Against Terror

D M Deshpande After the Pulwama attack, the Government of India has decided to withdraw  Most Favoured Nation (MFN) clause granted unilaterally to Pakistan. Please like & share: Read More »

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Maximum Chargeable Interest Rate Should Be Fixed Central and state governments race for gaining sympathy of farmers by loan-waiver schemes, which in fact is more harmful for them because farmers cannot receive any bank-loan after once availing loan-waiver. Please like & share: Read More »

Dangerous Trend Of Undermining Institutions

Vappala Balachandran The February 14 Pulwama suicide terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy killing 42 policemen and its swift retribution four days later on February18 have practically swept away from public attention other parallel developments around our crumbling institutions. Please like & share: Read More »

A Primer On Pakistan Economy

AJIT RANADE THE Pulwama terrorist attack was mind-numbing brutality. Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility, and it operates from Pakistan. The deadly attack needed sophisticated planning, logistics, arms procurement, fund flow and sensitive information. All this is not possible without some sort of institutional and well-entrenched support infrastructure. Of course, all this is stating the obvious, but it bears repetition. So, all ... Read More »

letters to the editor

On Transgressing Priests FOR the first time ever, a US cardinal was defrocked for sexual transgressions,  and a Catholic priest  in Kerala  was convicted under the stringent   POCSO Act  to a minimum of 20 years in jail. While this may come as a  shock to  us,  we should remember that priests  are only  human, like all of us. At the ... Read More »

Don’t Derail Garbage Collection

ADELMO FERNANDES, VASCO VARIOUS municipal bodies and panchayats in the state are laying stress on doo-to-door collection of garbage. The citizens have been advised to segregate the waste and hand it over to the garbage collectors. In this respect, in order to stop the people from depositing the garbage in the garbage bins, the bins have been removed from the ... Read More »

The Agony And Ecstasy Of Vishnu Wagh

Nandkumar M Kamat On the last occasion when I met him at a private hospital, he recognised me and tried to speak but he couldn’t say anything. His son sitting near his feet said, “he has recognised you, uncle”. I held Vishnu’s hand as he was staring at me with wide eyes with a sparkle in them – it was ... Read More »

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Politics In Vindictive Mode Narendra Modi has this penchant of calling the Mahagathbandhan of Opposition parties formed to oust him as a collection of people out to protect their corruption and also called it a milawat. One needs to ask Modi that if his allegations are true then what was he doing since 2014 to bring these corrupt people to justice. ... Read More »

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

On Mulayam’s Endorsement Of Modi Mulayam Singh Yadav is a perplexing gentleman whose political career has been a see-saw. The Yadav strongman has created power and enjoyed privileges. Please like & share: Read More »