September 2022 | Vol. LX No. 21 |  Regular

Bilkis Bano Case Convicts: Remission in Jail Term

   

“(He does this) in order that He may make the evil caused by Satan a trial for those in whose hearts there is sickness (of hypocrisy), whose hearts are hard...
By Sikandar Azam With the remission of 11 convicts in the Bilkis Bano case, the issue of rape-cum-murder has once again come to light. The issue in fact has never...
Soroor Ahmed presents a study of the ongoing conflict between the United States and China vis-à-vis Taiwan, and concludes that there is likelihood of disruption of Global Value Chain if...
By OUR STAFF REPORTER On August 15, Welfare Party of India organised a symposium in the national capital on “75 Years of Independence: Achievements and Challenges,” where speakers shed lights...
By Mohd. Naushad Khan At a time when India has opened its arm under the provision of Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA), which aims to give citizenship to migrants belonging...
Arshad Shaikh looks at the speeches of the President of India and the Prime Minister on the occasion of our Independence Day. It has become a customary exercise to recount...
Remission of Convicts Unjustified The release of 11 convicts sentenced to life for the heinous murder of seven people and the gangrape of three women in 2002 in Gujarat is...
BLAST RIPS THROUGH MOSQUE IN AFGHAN CAPITAL A huge bomb exploded during evening prayers at a mosque in Afghanistan’s capital, killing many worshippers and injuring dozens of others on August...
GUJARAT RAM NAVAMI VIOLENCE ‘ANTI-MUSLIM IN NATURE’ A recently released fact-finding report on the communal riots that broke out in Gujarat’s Himmatnagar and Khambhat towns during the Hindu festival of...
Syed Nooruzzaman The media has got the deserving chastisement at the hands of the Chief Justice of India (CJI), now on the verge of retirement. A few days back at...