And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn't there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who's to blame?Well, certainly, there are those who are more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable. But again, truth be told, if ...
In Ryan International murder case, Bus Conductor was arrested. Public wanted instant justice. Lawyers refused to take his case. Later turned out he was innocent. Cops had tortured him to confess. Thankfully he wasnt shot in encounter before and case closed with people cheering
By the time Supreme Court begins to hear the stay against #ElectoralBonds another tranche of bonds would have been sold in January 2020. Just reminding.
Hum hain, ki hum thhe bhi nahin ?!
Modi’s new citizenship law will rip open the wounds of Partition
2. Who is to say that a Buddhist from Nepal is actually from Nepal ? Could well be from China. Already Chinese goods have invaded India, now why invite their people over as well?
Look forward to articles on the economic pivot ; there may be more pivots.
All in all, I think we should focus on pivots that people can immediately relate to, and evoke a threat-response.
With NRC/CAB on us, it is clear that our much-vaunted constitutional values aren't directly invoking the necessary response from the public.
Thus, I'd ask that we broaden the coverage of the scope of the impact to cover the current economic scenario.
No lies, just truths.
1. Why give an open invitation for neighbouring countries to send illegal immigrants to India? Does it make any difference if your job is stolen by a Bangladeshi or Nepali Hindu , vs a Bangladeshi Muslim?
2. Who is ..
"An inconsistency, wrapped in a discrepancy, inside a contradiction. "
A must read -- This is an incredible story of an amazing woman, determined to document her nation's terrifying turn under Modi's leadership. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/12/09/blood-and-soil-in-narendra-modis-india #AccheDin #ModiSarkar #Kashmir
@musafir Of course, did you not know that... it is so fragile that a single negative thought tho ne'er express'd can unhinge it from its tracks and send it careening down an unending slope to disaster of unmitigated proportions... (Sarcasm intended)
"Humare itihaas mein aise kayi log hain jinhe koi inaam, koi medal nahin milta. Hum unka naam tak nahin jaante. Na hi unhe pehchaante hain.
Sirf, watan ke jhande par apni yaad chod jaate hain."
A must-read panoramic view of the electoral bonds scam by @nit_set ; thanks are due to Nitin, @poonamjourno , Anjali Bharadwaj, Cmde Lokesh Batra, Venkatesh Nayak and several others, named and unnamed, for exposing this.
Going forward, I would like to see more articles with greater emphasis on how foreign donations and shell companies have been given "right to life".
Modi’s rhetorical messaging is now aimed at shifting constitutional responsibility from the State to the citizen. ‘Democratic rights, but also duties’ implies that ‘If you fail to do your duty, we can withhold your rights’. My column for @DeccanHerald@twitter.com. https://www.deccanherald.com/opinion/ask-what-modi-can-do-to-you-781404.html
Mahua Moitra is very eloquent on what the challenge facing #India today, and how parties are coming together despite differences in ideology to save the nation.
P.S : resisted the temptation to quote the last 3 words.
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