Kashmiri separatist, Syed Ali Shah Geelani was issued a passport by the Indian government. Read more: Terror funding: ED files chargesheet against separatist leader Geelani’s aides There was no doubt that Geelani would be issued with a passport and the Indian government had no grounds to deny him one either. 108 more words
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A passport for Syed Ali Shah Geelani is a subject of debate.
Should he be granted a passport or not has been debated at the Jammu and Kashmir state level and of course on television where bizarre comments such as throw away the Pakistan flag first and then take the passport have been made. 27 more words
The news about Dawood Ibrahim wanting to surrender does make for good television, but does it make news today?
How relevant are these debates on Dawood’s surrender today? 29 more words
India’s primary concern where the Yemen conflict is concerned is evacuating the several thousand people who are stuck in the conflict zone. As preparations are on to airlift the Indians the Indian government is also planning to ship out its citizens who have been finding it impossible to get out of the war-torn nation. 41 more words
The release of persons who have been red flagged by the security forces has caused much debate and heartburn among many. There is constant mud slinging over who is to be blamed over this issue and while that is one part of it the bigger question is the PDP honouring the coalition dharma. 50 more words