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Sikhs’ flareup has wider implications

Haryana Sikh leaders rightly calculate that religio-political leverage accruing from the new state law helps them gain influence in state politics as well as in Sikh affairs

UP: Crack down hard, or trouble will spread

The best that the administration can do is to crack down hard on troublemakers — Muslim or Hindu — though this is easier said than done. Influential political elements are in the picture.

India’s firm stand at WTO welcome

India is, in fact, being more than fair in keeping the door open for the developed countries to save the Doha Development Round by saying it would watch the progress of the talks on food security

Best practices, cash flow ensured

Now that foreign partners will have a larger stake in joint venture insurance companies, there is the possibility of several companies going in for listing, which will lead to healthy corporate governance

Here and NowBy Sudhir Tailang


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The conscience of Justice Markandey Katju, dormant for over 10 years, erupted recently, throwing out allegations against everyone around him — mostly in the nature of ipse dixit. His targets — three former Chief Justices of India in the collegium (Justices R.C. Lahoti, Y.K. Sabharwal and K.G. Balakrishnan) that could have but did not select Justice Katju to the Supreme Court in 2004 or earlier.

If you care about India’s children, prepare to shed a tear now. If you care about Gujarat’s children, prepare to cry buckets now. Because Dinanath Batra, ace scholar, perfervid activist, slayer of Donigers, is a revered figure in the schools of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s motherland.