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The Silence of the Doomed

Editor, A young lady, to be more specific, one of the dynamic faculty members of Martin Luther Christian University, gave a quote that really stunned me. It was a quote from the King James Bible, Proverbs Chapter 29 verse 18 which is so…

Justice must prevail

On Tuesday night a Bolero pick-up with an ML 04 registration took an intentional wrong turn from Raps Mansion towards the Secretariat instead of taking the diversion along the Accountant General’s office as is the rule. The driver of the…

‘Revenge’ Politics and the Neta-Police nexus

By Rajdeep Sardesai “Converting our hard earned democracy into a police state is simply unthinkable and if the Assam police is thinking about the same, the same is perverse thinking..” Barpeta sessions court judge Judge Aparesh Chakrabarty…

One death too many!

Editor, The other day Subhankar Pratim Deb was excited about celebrating the birthday of his only daughter. The day was filled with fun and happiness as friends and relatives came for the birthday party. By late evening, most guests had…

Taj Mahal as target

The democratic system today draws its central or moral sustenance from the judiciary – more so as the political leaderships are failing to look at and decide on matters from the perspective of merit. All of the judiciary might not…

Seeking a cure for the plastic pandemic

By Ishan Chauhan Large sections of the Indian subcontinent starting from Balochistan and Sindh in Pakistan all the way to Odisha and Bihar in eastern India are experiencing extreme heat. Such heat waves in India are expected to increase in…