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Anti CAA

Morphed image and byproduct of SIMI- PFI and SDPI: The present and clear danger ahead

The ban against SIMI hasn’t worked and an institutional ban sparing those actually involved in its activities has instead strengthened their resolve to achieve their ulterior anti-national motives. It’s time we enact stringent laws on such persons and organizations to stop them in their deadly ignorant acts blinded by external forces.

CAA, NJAC & Farm Laws; India needs to introduce referendum system for making big reforms

Referendum can act as a channel between protestors, Government and people of India. It will also help in stopping a precedent that if a no of people sit on road; it will ultimately bring down the government to accept their demand.

Why are we (farmers) not interested in solutions anymore?

As the official talks between the govt and farmers' representatives went ahead, things started to unfold. Some of the protesters wished for the death of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, some were seen demanding the release of Umar Khalid, Sharjeel Imam, and some of the miscreants went ahead to destroy around 1500 Reliance Jio towers in Punjab.

The jargon of free speech

Raising voice and making oneself heard is the right of every citizen, but adopting violence is not. The generation needs to understand the evil motive of the political parties and the repercussions they can face when they violate laws.

The anatomy of student protests

Now people talk more about campus slogans, than about the inability of Rahul Gandhi to counter PM Modi on any front. Over the past few years, Media created Hardik Patel, Kanhaiyya, Umar Khalid and many more, reminding us of Rakhtabeej.

Anti CAA protests; a Khilafat redux

The parallels are easily seen between Khilafat Movement of 1920 and Anti CAA protests of 2020!

The nation and its fragments

The new Law drives India in majoritarian terms, far from anything that the founders of the democracy could have imagined.

Cartoon: Big tree fell, but Earth didn’t shake

Daadi's grandson asks his mother about this popular proverb.

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