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PM security breach: When Congress abandoned any pretence of commitment to Constitution
Politics

PM security breach: When Congress abandoned any pretence of commitment to Constitution

Modi hate seems to have taken a dangerous turn in the Congress. Every action is legitimate to show the prime minister in a poor light, even if it means supporting enemies like Pakistan or China

How Congress lost PV Narasimha Rao, its hero of liberalisation, ‘Look East’ and Israel policies
Politics

How Congress lost PV Narasimha Rao, its hero of liberalisation, ‘Look East’ and Israel policies

Many argue PV Narasimha Rao was India’s finest prime minister, but not his own Congress party and its dynastic ‘high command’.

Book excerpt: Chintan Chandrachud chronicles ten momentous legal cases from India, erased from public memory
Life

Book excerpt: Chintan Chandrachud chronicles ten momentous legal cases from India, erased from public memory

Read an excerpt from The Cases That India Forgot by constitutional expert Chintan Chandrachud which details ten impactful, dramatic legal cases, spanning from the 1950s to the present day, that have become erased from public memory.

#MeToo in India: Survivors should take cue from Rupan Deol Bajaj, make their fights razor-sharp, legally tenable
India

#MeToo in India: Survivors should take cue from Rupan Deol Bajaj, make their fights razor-sharp, legally tenable

Rupan Deol Bajaj secured a conviction under two archaic sections of the Indian Penal Code, invoking them exclusively for the first time in 128 years since the IPC was drafted by the British in 1860.

Yogi Adityanath's Uttar Pradesh is in the grip of an encounter mania; Ab tak Attharah (18) and counting...
India

Yogi Adityanath's Uttar Pradesh is in the grip of an encounter mania; Ab tak Attharah (18) and counting...

The Yogi government has obviously been influenced by the rhetorical psy-ops of supercops such as Julio Ribeiro or KPS Gill who lionised the ‘an eye for an eye’ theory to deal with terrorism and cross-border insurgency.

Sjoerd Marijne as India men's hockey coach instead of Harendra Singh is another tale of whimsical selection
Sports

Sjoerd Marijne as India men's hockey coach instead of Harendra Singh is another tale of whimsical selection

Why did Sjoerd Marijne, the women’s coach, who, according to sources was hugely reluctant to take the men’s job, suddenly telephoned in Germany and asked to take over?

Roelant Oltmans sacked: Indian hockey needs foreign coach with local sensibilities to achieve success
Sports

Roelant Oltmans sacked: Indian hockey needs foreign coach with local sensibilities to achieve success

When Hockey India's high performance director David John and the rest sit down to choose the next Indian coach; they would like a combination — a foreigner with Indian sensibilities

Lynchings of Ayub Pandith and Hafiz Junaid: India is under threat, but its secular fabric will overcome
India

Lynchings of Ayub Pandith and Hafiz Junaid: India is under threat, but its secular fabric will overcome

In the Kodungallur Taluk of the Trissur district of Kerala, just around thirty kilometres from Cochin, lies the Cheraman Juma Masjid.

Killing of DSP Ayub Pandith: Kashmir police officers must emulate KPS Gill and take the gloves off
India

Killing of DSP Ayub Pandith: Kashmir police officers must emulate KPS Gill and take the gloves off

In Kashmir, there seems to be no end to violence and depravity. The lynching of deputy superintendent of police Mohammed Ayub Pandith is yet another chapter in this saga of endless violence.

Amarinder Singh leads KPS Gill tributes, says 'We can never forget what he did for us in Punjab'
India

Amarinder Singh leads KPS Gill tributes, says 'We can never forget what he did for us in Punjab'

Punjab CM Amarinder Singh on Saturday exhorted the people of Punjab to work for its peace and progress as a true tribute to former DGP of Police KPS Gill.

Operation Bluestar's 33rd anniversary: Security beefed up, paramilitary forces deployed in Punjab
India

Operation Bluestar's 33rd anniversary: Security beefed up, paramilitary forces deployed in Punjab

Ahead of the 33rd anniversary of Operation Bluestar tight security arrangements using paramilitary forces have been made in several parts of Punjab.

'Supercop' KPS Gill laid to rest with full state honours in New Delhi, Amarinder Singh in attendance
India

'Supercop' KPS Gill laid to rest with full state honours in New Delhi, Amarinder Singh in attendance

The Punjab police on Sunday joined the CRPF and the Delhi police in presenting a joint guard of honour to former DGP Punjab KPS Gill at his funeral.

Punjab police to present guard of honour to KPS Gill at his funeral in Delhi
India

Punjab police to present guard of honour to KPS Gill at his funeral in Delhi

The Punjab police will present the guard of honour to former DGP KPS Gill during his last rites in Delhi on Sunday.

KPS Gill tried changing Indian hockey but ended up as a half-baked messiah
Sports

KPS Gill tried changing Indian hockey but ended up as a half-baked messiah

Gill came into hockey to quote US president Donald Trump 'to clean the swamp' but fell victim to the very animals who lived in it.

President Pranab Mukherjee says KPS Gill will be remembered for effective law enforcement
India

President Pranab Mukherjee says KPS Gill will be remembered for effective law enforcement

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday condoled the passing away of former super cop KPS Gill, saying his contribution in establishing law, order and security will be remembered.

Obituary: KPS Gill, a towering and controversial figure who crushed Punjab militancy with an iron fist
India

Obituary: KPS Gill, a towering and controversial figure who crushed Punjab militancy with an iron fist

Kanwar Pal Singh Gill will be best remembered in India’s post-Independent history as the ‘supercop’ who successfully eliminated militancy in Punjab with an iron fist and saved the state from becoming a ‘Khalistan’.

KPS Gill passes away: 'Supercop' who had as many admirers as he did detractors
India

KPS Gill passes away: 'Supercop' who had as many admirers as he did detractors

Hailed by many as a supercop who ruthlessly stamped out terrorism from Punjab, KPS Gill had an equal number of detractors who slammed his alleged human rights violations in his campaign against Khalistani militancy

KPS Gill passes away at age 82: Former Punjab DGP suffered cardiac arrest
India

KPS Gill passes away at age 82: Former Punjab DGP suffered cardiac arrest

Former Punjab DGP KPS Gill passed away at age 82 at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi due to sudden cardiac arrest

Cedric D'Souza interview: Former Indian hockey coach talks about HIL, Junior World Cup title win
Sports

Cedric D'Souza interview: Former Indian hockey coach talks about HIL, Junior World Cup title win

Former hockey Indian coach Cedric D'Souza is now with the Austrian national hockey team and also the coach of the Delhi Waveriders in the Hockey India League.

Lodha panel-like reforms should be implemented in all sports, Olympians plead before SC
Sports

Lodha panel-like reforms should be implemented in all sports, Olympians plead before SC

Sportspersons have filed a writ petition in the SC to incorporate the sweeping recommendations of Lodha Committee into all other sports in the country.