IT is said that a day is a long time in politics. For the Telecom Minister, Mr A Raja the beginning and end of his three-hour flight from Chennai to New Delhi proved it better than any recent case that comes to our mind.Read More »
THE loud assertions by the state’s PWD Minister, Mr Churchill Alemao that his department is catering to all the water requirements of the Verna industrial estate do not match the ground reality.Read More »
Free the Children
NOVEMBER 14 is observed as Children’s Day nationwide. It is the day for the children to be engaged in fun and frolic. But there are many unlucky children who do not have an opportunity to enjoy the day.
BY NANDKUMAR KAMAT
FISH is the staple food of Goa and the main source of proteins for a million local fish consumers. Since all other sources of proteins–milk, poultry products, meat, lentils are becoming increasingly expensive, it is the duty of the state government to ensure supply of quality fish at reasonable rate in the market in an organised and decentralised manner.
WHEN Mr Nelson Mandela walked free in 1990 it eventually resulted in real freedom for the blacks in South Africa. Will the same happen in Myanmar now that the best known dissident in the world, Ms Aung San Suu Kyi has been freed by the military junta? Hard to say.Read More »
THE statement by the former chief justice of the Delhi High Court, Mr A P Shah that the system for appointing judges in the country was devoid of transparency and supervision is an eye opener and a call from reform in the judiciary.Read More »
The New Frankenstein
THE demolition of the CID building in Karachi is the latest in the series of such attacks by terrorists on Pakistan’s security establishment like military, ISI and CID offices.
By INDER MALHOTRA
WELL before President Barack Obama’s arrival in India, US Secretary of State, Ms Hillary Clinton reassured the world that upheaval in domestic politics would in no way affect America’s settled foreign policy.
History, they say, is written by the victor who always has a reason to celebrate that victory. For the vanquished, there is only suffering and heartbreak. Generally, such feelings rarely spring back from the recesses of the mind or the pages of history books.Read More »
The punishment of four years rigorous imprisonment given to four students of the Rajendra Prasad Government Medical College, Himachal Pradesh for ragging a student to death does not seem harsh enough.Read More »