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Governments have deliberately downgraded the military: Lt Gen Vijay Oberoi

 At a time when the clouds of war are hovering over India and Pakistan, the armed forces, no doubt, stands united in countering any threat from across the border. While our men in fatigues are steadfa...

“Delhi belongs to the entire country”: Sanjay Jain

The turf war between Delhi's Lieutenant-governor (L-G) Najeeb Jung and its chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, has been going on for a long time. It culminated recently in the Delhi High Court which gave...

“Why ask us for a solution?”: Bezwada Wilson

Bezwada Wilson’s decades-long struggle to wean away manual scavengers from lifting human excreta and to ensure them a life of dignity has borne success on both legislative and judicial fronts. Parliam...

“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 a former special director of the Intelligence Bureau and se...

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 is spent on Judiciary by Centre and Stat...

Communal frenzy will eventually even out: Chairman of National Commission for Minorities

Naseem Ahmad, chairman, National Commission for Minorities, is a bureaucrat who has handled several key portfolios. He is a master of law from Aligarh Muslim University, and was the vice-chancellor of...

“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 taken over the industry body, feels optimistic tha...

“Rules Are There Only for the Poor”

"I feel that the poor in this country never get justice." In the biting cold of December, the Railways undertook a demolition drive in Delhi, resulting in the death of a baby. When this case ca...

Exclusive Interview: Exiled in 1994, controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen is still dauntless..

Exiled in 1994 for criticizing Islam in her novel Lajja, controversial Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen is still dauntless and does not mince words when it comes to opposing religious fundamentalism and espousing the cause of freedom of expression.

Romila Thapar-Interview

“When BJP is in power, strength is given to the RSS interpretation of history” Since the BJP came to power in 2014, several issues like attack on minorities, communal violence, love jehad, re-e...

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