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Of Borders, Bombers and Breaches

By Seema Guha It began with Pathankot, went on to Uri and then, Nagrota. In all three cases, terrorists were able to breach India’s defenses. Why were the security lapses repeated at a time of heig...

Stop Being Secretive

Despite there being a time-frame to declassify documents, the government is wary of doing so and several legal provisions protect its right to do so By Somi Das “Silence becomes cowardice w...

In the crosshairs

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]A recent Al-qaeda threat to a Tamil daily has shown that India is very much on its radar. Security forces would do well to gird ...

In choppy waters

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]There is much that is murky in the top echelons of the Indian coast guard, which is meant to guard India’s vast coastline. The s...

Boat from Pakistan

<h2 size="16" align="left" margin="10"]While the coast guard intercepted a boat from Pakistan, its identity is yet to be established by security agencies By Vishwas ...

Spymaster

As a new ISI chief takes in over in Pakistan, a 2008 paper written by him tells us that India’s growing ties with the United States has deepened insecurity in his country By Vishwas Kumar Prim...

News Update

Health activist moves SC, seeks uniform protocol for Covid treatment, calls for national body of experts

The plea has been filed by health activist and public health expert Amulya Nidhi through AOR Abhimanue Shrestha and settled by Senior Advocate Sanjay Parikh.

Flight crew breath check: Delhi HC asks DGMS to consider if test can be held in open because of Covid aerosol fears

The counsel further submitted that the last order the DGCA, obtained data from various airlines which reveals that most of the airlines are conducting testing using breath analyzers, which is much higher than 10% and in some airlines, even close to 30%.

Kerala High Court directs Kochi civic body to widen drain before monsoon

A Single Bench of Justice Devan Ramachandran observed that it will not be possible for this Court to enter into the questions of encroachments at this time, because of the impending monsoons, which is likely to hit the shores of Kerala by the end of May or the first week of June, 2021.

Declare Covishield essential commodity, cap price at Rs 157 per vial, says plea in Supreme Court

The Petitioner while calling the pricing announced by SII discriminatory i.e. Rs 400 and Rs 700, further prays to impose price ceiling of Rs 157 and make it available to both Government and Private hospitals.

Dhankhar orders CBI investigation, but how?

The Supreme Court or a High Court can allow the CBI to carry out any probe. That has not happened in this case. The CBI did not approach any court of law.
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