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Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

Cyber crime: How safe is India?

Though the country has not been seriously impacted by WannaCry, there is no guarantee it won’t be attacked in future considering how unprepared it...
A still from the path-breaking Marathi film Sairat that shows how deeply rooted the caste system is

Inter-Caste Marriage Act: Cast Away Prejudices

In a heartening move, the Maharashtra government proposes to come out with a new law to encourage such marriages. Cash rewards and jobs will...
Under the new law, stiff penalty will be imposed on developers for delays or poor construction quality. Photo: Anil Shakya

RERA: Relief at Last

This Act is an effort to tighten the real estate sector and make unscrupulous developers pay for their false promises as well as give...
The courtroom drama between Amul and HUL is just one of the many that India’s corporate world has seen. Photos: Baby girl (UNI)

Kwality Wall’s vs Amul: The Cold War

The recent clash between these two major companies has more to do with market domination than about how ice creams and frozen desserts are...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

Finally, the government has stepped in to arrest the spread of antibiotic resistance that is now threatening our lives. It will soon have to...
The rice biryani might have mercury and aluminium phosphide from tablets that are used as fumigants in rice bags and are poisonous. Photo: karimbiryani.com

Poison on your plate

The Law Commission has recommended stringent punishment for adulterators and sent these to the Supreme Court for consideration ~By Ramesh MenonHungry kya? Food often sets...
(L-R) Supreme Court. photo (black & white): Prashant Panjiar

Judicial Nightmare

The Chief Justice of India has once again highlighted the paucity of judges and the delay in filling the vacancies as over 22 lakh...
Computer Graveyard

Computer Graveyard

August 19 is World Photography Day. The importance of pictures in saying a story can’t be understated. More often than not, the message is...
Sanjit, a former insurgent, was one of the many who were killed in fake encounters by Hirojit. Sanjit had come overground and started living a normal life. Photo credit: Tehelka

A case against AFSPA

The imposition of this draconian Act way back in 1958 has seen mindless killings of innocent people, rapes of women and all-pervasive fear. However,...
AS Dulast I

“Money Has Been There In The Kashmiri DNA”

Amarjit Singh Dulat provoked a hornet’s nest both within the ruling BJP and the Opposition with his book, Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. He is...
Ram Jethmalani, Ram Jethmalani interview, Ram Jethmalani news, ramesh menon

The government doesn’t want to spend money on the judiciary: Ram Jethmalani

Update: Minister of Law and Justice, Sadananda Gowda, has responded to this interview via Tweet: @Prasoon1001 We don't agree. Close to Rs. 2000 cr per annum...

The concept of Nation

In the face of the JNU debate becoming increasingly complex, two JNU professors attempt to demystify the popular notions By Tithi Mukherjee As the auto skidded...

“Govt must push ahead with reforms”

The state of the Indian economy has always exercised everyone as the future depends on it. The president of FICCI, HARSHAVARDHAN NEOTIA, who recently...

Supreme Voices

The apex court verdict favoring the collegium system over the National Judicial Appointments Commission has pitted the judiciary against the executive. Can the crisis...

The New Legal Eagles

A project in AP and Karnataka has empowered sex workers by making them paralegal volunteers. As they are made aware of their rights, a...

“AAI has the capacity to mobilize funds to set up airports”

RK SRIVASTAVA took over as chairman of the Airports Authority of India early this year. The 1984 IAS batch officer from the Jharkhand cadre...

Mayhem Behind the Bars

Indian jails are hell holes of corruption, drug dealing, gang wars and sexual predators. Far from being institutions to reform criminals, they are sliding...

The Imbroglio Continues

The apex court reserved its verdict on petitions challenging NJAC’s validity. Justice JS Khehar has circulated his draft verdict among judges of the constitution...

Travesty of Justice?

Yusuf Mohsin Nulwalla, who was convicted along with actor Sanjay Dutt in a Bombay blasts case, seeks commutation of his sentence on a technical...

Climate Changes in TERI

As a new D-G takes over, RK Pachauri seems to have been delivered a new set of troubles. All eyes are now on how...

Rest in Peace

An online will is a new way to secure your assets and leave your loved ones  trouble-free. Besides being an authentic document, it is cheaper...

A Madras High Court order directing mediation between a rape victim and the accused has been rectified by the Supreme Court, which criticized it...

“Money has been there in the Kashmiri DNA”

AMARJIT SINGH DULAT has provoked a hornet’s nest both within the ruling BJP and the Opposition with his book, Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. He...

“There Has Been Proven Corruption in the Judiciary”

Indira Jaising needs no introduction to anyone in the legal profession. In her trail-blazing career, she has made a mark as one who has...

ICC SLAMS PACHAURI

In a scathing indictment, the Internal Complaints Committee of TERI has recommended disciplinary action against the director-general. It also wants him to pay compensation...

JUSTICE DERAILED

Aruna’s molester was convicted for assault and robbery and not rape, helping him walk free after a seven-year sentence. The punishment he got did...

Looming crisis averted

The government was mulling over amending the Handloom Act that protects millions of weavers. Better sense prevailed, but is the threat over yet? By Ramesh...

Modi’s provocative message

The Prime Minister used the high-profile judicial meet to slam activists and asked the judiciary not to fear them while dispensing justice By Ramesh...

Just color my world

Singer Petula Clark’s song by this name seems apt for the widows of Vrindavan, who, on Holi, saw their world suffused with sunshine yellow,...

Computer graveyard

Thousands of computers are illegally dismantled and recycled in the dirty lanes of Mustafabadf in north-east Delhi endangering health and environment. By Ramesh Menon Photos by:...

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Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

Cyber crime: How safe is India?

Though the country has not been seriously impacted by WannaCry, there is no guarantee it won’t be attacked in future considering how unprepared it...
A still from the path-breaking Marathi film Sairat that shows how deeply rooted the caste system is

Inter-Caste Marriage Act: Cast Away Prejudices

In a heartening move, the Maharashtra government proposes to come out with a new law to encourage such marriages. Cash rewards and jobs will...
Under the new law, stiff penalty will be imposed on developers for delays or poor construction quality. Photo: Anil Shakya

RERA: Relief at Last

This Act is an effort to tighten the real estate sector and make unscrupulous developers pay for their false promises as well as give...
The courtroom drama between Amul and HUL is just one of the many that India’s corporate world has seen. Photos: Baby girl (UNI)

Kwality Wall’s vs Amul: The Cold War

The recent clash between these two major companies has more to do with market domination than about how ice creams and frozen desserts are...
Illustration: Anthony Lawrence

Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

Finally, the government has stepped in to arrest the spread of antibiotic resistance that is now threatening our lives. It will soon have to...
The rice biryani might have mercury and aluminium phosphide from tablets that are used as fumigants in rice bags and are poisonous. Photo: karimbiryani.com

Poison on your plate

The Law Commission has recommended stringent punishment for adulterators and sent these to the Supreme Court for consideration ~By Ramesh MenonHungry kya? Food often sets...
(L-R) Supreme Court. photo (black & white): Prashant Panjiar

Judicial Nightmare

The Chief Justice of India has once again highlighted the paucity of judges and the delay in filling the vacancies as over 22 lakh...
Computer Graveyard

Computer Graveyard

August 19 is World Photography Day. The importance of pictures in saying a story can’t be understated. More often than not, the message is...
Sanjit, a former insurgent, was one of the many who were killed in fake encounters by Hirojit. Sanjit had come overground and started living a normal life. Photo credit: Tehelka

A case against AFSPA

The imposition of this draconian Act way back in 1958 has seen mindless killings of innocent people, rapes of women and all-pervasive fear. However,...
AS Dulast I

“Money Has Been There In The Kashmiri DNA”

Amarjit Singh Dulat provoked a hornet’s nest both within the ruling BJP and the Opposition with his book, Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. He is...
Ram Jethmalani, Ram Jethmalani interview, Ram Jethmalani news, ramesh menon

The government doesn’t want to spend money on the judiciary: Ram Jethmalani

Update: Minister of Law and Justice, Sadananda Gowda, has responded to this interview via Tweet: @Prasoon1001 We don't agree. Close to Rs. 2000 cr per annum...

The concept of Nation

In the face of the JNU debate becoming increasingly complex, two JNU professors attempt to demystify the popular notions By Tithi Mukherjee As the auto skidded...

“Govt must push ahead with reforms”

The state of the Indian economy has always exercised everyone as the future depends on it. The president of FICCI, HARSHAVARDHAN NEOTIA, who recently...

Rest in Peace

An online will is a new way to secure your assets and leave your loved ones  trouble-free. Besides being an authentic document, it is cheaper...

“Money has been there in the Kashmiri DNA”

AMARJIT SINGH DULAT has provoked a hornet’s nest both within the ruling BJP and the Opposition with his book, Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years. He...

Just color my world

Singer Petula Clark’s song by this name seems apt for the widows of Vrindavan, who, on Holi, saw their world suffused with sunshine yellow,...

Computer graveyard

Thousands of computers are illegally dismantled and recycled in the dirty lanes of Mustafabadf in north-east Delhi endangering health and environment. By Ramesh Menon Photos by:...

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