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SC's Sahara Birla Judgment - A Blow For or To Democracy?

Published in the National Herald

Supreme Court’s dismissal of Common Cause’s plea for a probe into the papers recovered after CBI and IT raids on Sahara and Birla requires more deliberation than the binary Opposition versus Government snap judgment it has spawned. 978 more words

Politics And Government

Order in Sahara Birla pay-offs a blackmark on the reputation of Supreme Court, Prashant Bhushan

Criticizing the order passed by the Supreme Court today in  the plea filed by NGO Common Cause seeking SIT probe into Sahara Birla pay-offs, Advocate Prashant Bhushan said that the order is very unfortunate and a set-back to the campaign against corruption. 363 more words

Tale of Convenient Journalism

One thing Congress party lacks & BJP has it, it is media manager.

Yes. Arun Jaitley is the most powerful media manager in recent history of last 15 years. 686 more words

AAP to face party rebels, winning Punjab polls a distant dream for AAP

The Aam Aadmi Party has been facing the ire of its own rebels and failed to reach out to the masses. The factionalism in the party has been increasing day by day in Punjab. 255 more words


Unifrom Civil Code Political Agenda of BJP. Citizens Act by BJP Violation of Constitutional Values. Swaraj Abhiyan promotes CCC for Secular India.

Swaraj Abhiyan
Press Release: 15 Nov, 2016

‘Common’, not Uniform Civil Code for Secular India says Swaraj Abhiyan

Swaraj Abhiyan welcomes the clarification by Chairman of the Law Commission that the Commission is looking at reform of family laws across all religions and not at one, uniform law for followers of all religions. 860 more words

Secular India Needs Common Civil Code Not Unifrom Civil Code - Yogendra Yadav. BJP doing politics of polarization rule before UP elections, a section falling prey to Amit Shah policy.

Swaraj Abhiyan Aman Committee Organised Seminar Opens Doors of Dialogue and Debate on UCC. At a very important seminar attended by cross section of Indian Society that stood firm on honor of Constitutional Values, Religious Liberty Given By Constitution and Rights of women and various minorities and even tribal.  572 more words