Punjab’s industrial economy is doomed. The direct and indirect burden of free power is the cause for this scourge. Free power is also responsible for converting this fertile land of Punjab into a desert. There is lot of hue and cry against it but politics is all powerful. There is a v
After waiting for a long time and completing all legal formalities, Afzal Guru, has been given the rare of rarest punishment of death sentence on February 9, 2013.
I express my concern on substantial spending of foreign exchange by Government of India on import of expensive petroleum products. Instead of focusing on import of expensive petroleum products, the Government should concentrate on use of gas as replacement of coal and liquid petroleum pr
BJP has once again started singing the hymns of Ram Mandir, by taking an opportunity to do something when the time and conditions are near perfect or available, and on the other hand, Narendra Modi, at the annual function of Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), attracts the youths with hi
Punjab’s industry is facing acute problem and finding it difficult to survive. Cycle industry is one of the pillars of Punjab’s economy and it is declining rapidly. It is poor man’s vehicle and the escalating cost of bicycle is beyond the reach of the poor. Cycle industry at the moment
Ultimately, BJP got its new President, Rajnath Singh after lot of controversy continued for few days. At the same time, it should not be treated as defeat for not making Nitin Gadkari its president for the second time because he took the decision under compelling circumstances.
The politics from Panchyat to Lok Sabha has virtually taken the shape of business. There was a time when the people have feelings of service to the humanity and those who have these vibrations normally enter the politics.
· Right to freedom of expression is recognized under Article 19
· Need to raise voice against attempts to divide society and curtail creative freedom
· Violence against Journalists and Netizens behind fall
· Media must introduce an internal scheme of checks and balances
The teachings of Gandhi are still relevant today, will remain for posterity and his wider significance to a world torn with violence may yet await their fulfillment.