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September 23, 2018

 What India’s first newspaper says about democracy

22 September 2018 Image copyrightUNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERGImage captionThe newspaper was named after its founder, James Augustus Hicky India’s first newspaper, founded in 1780, held up a mirror to British rule in India. It can also teach us about how tyrants… Continue Reading →

Every third HC judge is ‘uncle’

At least 16 (34%) of the 47 judges in the Punjab and Haryana high court have kith and kin practising law at the same place. Either these relatives have private practice or the Punjab and Haryana governments have accommodated them… Continue Reading →

Doctor Kafeel Khan, Arrested For “Disturbing Patient Treatment”, Released

Dr Kafeel Khan arrested for ruckus at Bahraich hospital: Police Dr Kafeel Khan’s brother says he was arrested just before he was going to address media on deaths due to acute encephalitis syndrome in Bahraich. BAHRAICH, UTTAR PRADESH:  Dr Kafeel… Continue Reading →

I am this #SundayReading

SANDHYA RAVISHANKAR Strong show: Fans at a Chennai theatre cheer Rajinikanth in his role as a Dalit character in the film Kabali. Photo: K Pichumani   –  The Hindu In a film industry that greatly shaped and reflected Tamil Nadu’s political… Continue Reading →

 #SundayReading – Women’s Rights, Men’s Wrongs #Vaw

By: Amy Ferris |  “Tell me a fact and I’ll learn. Tell me a truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever.” – Indian Proverb.My story. It happened very quickly. He pinned me up… Continue Reading →

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