By Anurag Tripathi In its continuing attempt to reverse the trend of deepening peace in the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), Islamabad has, since the beginning of 2013, intensified its onslaught on the border, repeatedly violating the Cease Fire Agreement (CFA) signed in November 2003. The ‘intrusion’ into Shala Bhata village along the […]Read More Pakistani Malfeasance in Kashmir
By Sandeep Web Starting about two months ago, the spate of attacks in the media and elsewhere on Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has been relentless. Narendra Modi is no stranger to having all sorts of abuses, denunciation, and innuendo heaped upon him—for about a decade, he’s faced heat on exactly one issue. Now that […]Read More “Gujarat Riots issue cannot be Milked any Longer”
By Ajit Kumar Singh Despite further consolidation in the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), a range of irritants continues to throw up challenges for the administration. The Union Ministry of Defence, in its latest Annual Report (2011-12), thus noted: The security situation in J&K has been stable in 2011 with an overall reduction […]Read More Kashmir continues to be “unpredictable and dynamic”
By Sushma Swaraj & Arun Jaitley The Congress Party led UPA has yesterday prevented the nation from getting a strong Lokpal. The strategy of the Bharatiya Janata Party and several other opposition parties was clear. We would defeat a weak and spurious Lokpal law but we would insist on amendments which would improve and convert the […]Read More Has Congress shamed Parliamentary Democracy?
By Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam & Srijan Pal Singh Every single atom in the universe carries an unimaginably powerful battery within its heart, called the nucleus. This form of energy, often called Type-1 fuel, is hundreds of thousands of times more powerful than the conventional Type-0 fuels, which are basically dead plants and animals existing […]Read More Nuclear Power is India’s Gateway to a Prosperous Future
By Ajit Kumar Singh While the higher echelons of power in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) were consumed by a political debate over the partial removal of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from some areas of the State, a more significant development has taken place which could have dramatic bearing on the residual militancy in the […]Read More Dismantle Hawala Networks to End Terrorism in Kashmir
Kashmir Telegraph News Service Pune, 11 Nov, 2011: BJP National President, Nitin Gadkari, it has been learnt from very reliable sources, within the party, is keen to actively explore the possibility, of contesting 2014 elections, from the Pune Parliamentary Constituency. Gadkari spent a full day in town yesterday, and had a series of back-to-back engagements. […]Read More BJP Prez, Nitin Gadkari, to Contest in 2014 from Pune
By L K Advani Apart from corruption, the issue of black money, particularly, huge amount stashed away in foreign banks including, in Swiss Banks, has deeply disturbed and distressed the people of the country. This anger, I have, myself noticed in the course of my Jan Chetna Yatra, where in I have covered 15 states […]Read More Why is Congress-led UPA silent on Black Money parked in Foreign Banks?
By Arun Jaitley The Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah has recently suggested that the provisions of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958 could be made inapplicable to some parts of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. This has triggered a controversy since the security forces and the Ministry of Defense have […]Read More Why AFSPA should continue in Jammu and Kashmir?
By L.K. Advani I conclude this account of my six years in the Home Ministry by turning to an event—rather, two inter-related events—that has figured most prominently in the sustained campaign, conducted both nationally and internationally, to malign my party, its ideology and the Vajpayee government’s six years in office. I am referring to the […]Read More Gujarat :: Propaganda Versus Reality