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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
This refers to the editorial, “A communal cauldron” (October 5). Safety and security of the minority community rest not only with the ruling dispensation, but also with the majority community. Sadly, with social decadence, all norms and standards in this regard have gone down the drain. With respect to the...
Sir — This refers to the editorial, “Major step for clean air” (October 5). The Modi Government has taken a lead in drawing up a sustainable path to development through its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions for climate change. By committing to reduce emissions, incorporating a larger share of renewable energy...
Sir — This refers to the article, “Small is beautiful, for minorities too” (October 5) by RK Sinha. The practice of cheating and misleading the Muslims for vote-bank politics must stop. Instead, the community should be told how high population growth is eating into our national resources.
Sir — This refers to the report, “Aadhar-linked social benefits swell coffers” (October 4). It is an open secret that currently, there exists bogus ration cards, LPG connections, bank accounts etc, for availing Government benefits like subsidised ration, LPG connections, pensions and relief on bank loans etc. Therefore, the linking of...
Sir — This refers to the editorial, “Sharif’s desperate moves” (October 2). In a desperate and vain attempt to draw the attention of the world community at the UN General Assembly, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif desired that Kashmir should be demilitarised. Mr Sharif should bear in mind that it depends...
This refers to the editorial, “Pakistan shamed at UN” (October 3). It was heartening to see External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj speak at the UN General Assembly. Ms Swaraj gave a befitting reply to Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who tried to portray his country as a victim of terrorism....
Both the fronts, the Nitish Kumar-led grand alliance and the BJP-led NDA, appear to be evenly matched in the electoral battle in Bihar. In the absence of a Modi wave, nobody can predict the outcome of the tight race. On the one hand, the theatrics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi...
This refers to the editorial, “Pakistan shamed at UN” (October 3). India’s frontal attack on Pakistan at the UN General Assembly is a welcome departure from its jaded ‘wait and watch’ policy. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj sent a clear message to Pakistan: Terror and talks cannot go hand in...
It is notable that the mob killing of Mohammed Akhlaq, reportedly following rumours that he had had beef, follows the same pattern as seen in previous attacks. An announcement was made on a loudspeaker that a cow had been slaughtered and its carcass found near a transformer. Soon after, a...
The horrific killing of Mohammed Akhlaq over beef rumours should be condemned by all. But the anti-BJP, anti-Modi zealots will do well to remember that law and order is a State subject. If these zealots hold Mr Narendra Modi responsible for the 2002 post-Godhra violence because he was the Chief...
04 Oct 2015 | Shalini Saksena
Coke Studio@MTV Season 4 is all set to air its next episode today. SHALINI SAKSENA speaks to music composers, playback singers and lyricists about what’s in store for the big names this time It is bigger, better, more creative and has top luminaries of the music world like Javed Akhtar, Babul Supriyo, Prasoon Joshi, Anupam Roy and Jeet Gannguli...
06 Oct 2015 | PNS | NAYAGARH
Demanding payment of arrears and reopening of the Nayagarh Sugar Mill, employees of the mill and members of the Akhu Chasi Mahasangh and Krushak Sangh under the banner of the Nayagarh Chinikala Banchao Kriyanusthana Committee resorted to civil disobedience in front of the Nayagarh Collectorate here on Monday. The agitators also locked up the main gate of the Collector office...
We need to rise above these kinds of incidents (Dadri lynching) because they don't give a good name to the country.
Every superstar has some insecurity. That is why a superstar is in search of new subjects. Insecurity is everywhere.
We are keeping an eye on hate-mongers. They orchestrated riots in Muzaffarnagar and are trying it in other parts of the State.