Article 66A: An End to Persecution

By The Editor          Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.                                                                                                                                ~John F. Kennedy  The excuse that was used to persecute Indians especially youth on voicing their disagreement has been rightfully removed by the judiciary. Exactly what is considered offensive cannot be left to the […]

March 29, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

PDP and BJP: Marriage of Convenience or Emerging Inconvenience

By The Editor It is said that opposites attract but the political matrimonial of two diametrically opposite organizations is rarely heard. Even before the PDP chief took office, there are bets among people on how long this gastric trouble inducing alliance will last. From unfurling Kashmir’s state flag to exculpating […]

March 15, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Nirbhaya: India’s Daughter that shook India & Its Sons

By The Editor India’s Daughter, The documentary is being censored by the government for showing the mirror to our society. Though despicable are the comments of the convicts but it is necessary to give the glimpse in the twisted minds of these animals so that our own people can compare […]

March 8, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Budget & Bills: Balancing Act of Indian Government

By The Editor  A widely waited budget is out, corporate sector is feeling optimistic, working class wallets may get a little boost in tax deductions, elders were also though of in medical aid & health care expenses so taking in an overall sense it looks good, government is trying to […]

March 1, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Bihar: Sorrow State or Sorrow State of Affairs

By The Editor Jitan Ram Manjhi was neither everyone’s favorite nor the man for the job, he spoke what he like even if it’s to the dislike of his party, but the way he was dragged out of his office in typical Bihar politics style left a sense of pity […]

February 22, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

AAP Ki Sarkaar: From 49 to 67

By the Editor It was a momentous moment for both AAP, public of Delhi and rest of India which witnessed the swearing in ceremony of the man whose grass roots work shook pillars of BJP and Congress. The verdict of 67 out of 70 speaks volume about the public mood […]

February 15, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Rumble in the Capital

By The Editor Delhi seems to have seen more than its fill of histrionics this year. First, Barack Obama’s visit kept the city buzzing but his visit seemed to be little dented in Indian circles by his comments on the religious tolerance in our country during the prayer breakfast. But what President […]

February 8, 2015 · 1 comment · Editorial

Delhi Elections: Changing Equations in the Battle for Capital

By The Editor AAP must have been blaming their stars; two former colleagues had gone to the opposition party. They may try to make light of the affair but they know that old monsters have come out of closet. BJP have played two important trump cards, Shaziya knows AAP inside […]

January 18, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial

Freedom to Offend

By The Editor The attack on Charlie Hebdo clearly showed us the price of freedom and sometime that price have to paid in blood. Charlie Hebdo had a history of pushing the envelop on freedom of speech but is that the reason to shoot someone in the cold blood, how […]

January 11, 2015 · 1 comment · Editorial

TCS Layoff: The Human Cost of Corporate Profits

By The Editor  I always use to wonder why IT employees in general are called “Resources”, not employees, not personnel but resources.  Only later when sacked from a project I realized why it was so, we are all expendables. Billing and revenue is all that matters in this industry and […]

January 11, 2015 · 0 comments · Editorial