Rohingya shadow over Myanmar Hindus

The current Rohingya crisis that has seized global eyeballs is a self-invited calamity in which Rohingya militants attacked 30 police posts and an army base in Myanmar in August 2017, and simultaneously unleashed a reign of terror on their mild mannered Hindu neighbours. Yet it has taken the otherwise in-your-face … Read More

Rohingya threat to Jammu

In an interview with Russia Today on the crisis in Europe, French politician Marine Le Pen said, “Immigration is an organised replacement of our population. This threatens our very survival”. Syria’s Grand Mufti, Sheikh Ahmad Badreddin Hassoun, supports New Delhi’s view that Rohingyas are a security threat and not a … Read More

Lacunas persist in Kathua story

If one sad truth emerges from the sensational saga of the death of an eight year old girl child in a remote village of Jammu & Kashmir, it is that Justice for Jammu’s Daughter has been overtaken by the agenda to politicise, communalise, and even internationalise the discourse around the … Read More

Cambridge Analytica path to 2019

In an assessment submitted soon after the Bharatiya Janata Party’s resounding victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections of 2017, the now controversial Cambridge Analytica observed that the Congress party needs emphatic wins in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to send out a clear message of change to the rest of … Read More

Two rapes: Howling banshees and their silence

Two rapes are challenging the national conscience today. The reason is not the communal identity of the victims, but the rabid communalisation of the public discourse by the howling banshees of the Lutyens Brigade (a politico-ideological, not geographical entity) who initiate every episode of mass hysteria with admirable constancy and … Read More

Jammu Bar fighting State communalism

The J&K High Court Bar Association Jammu (Jammu Bar Association), responding to notices issues by the Supreme Court of India (Suo Moto Writ Petition, Criminal, No. 1 of 2018), insists that Deepika Singh Rajawat, advocate, was neither threatened nor obstructed from appearing in the High Court on behalf of the … Read More

Demographic threat behind stir: Jammu Bar

The J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu, (Jammu Bar Association) informed the committee constituted by the Bar Council of India that its recent strike was driven by concerns over a deep-rooted conspiracy to cause demographic changes in Jammu province and hurt the sentiments of the State’s minority community, i.e., the … Read More

Kathua tall tales unravel

The fabricated and incendiary tales about the still unknown events surrounding the tragic death of an eight-year-old girl in Rassana village, district Kathua, Jammu province, are beginning to unravel. Since the discovery of her body on Jan. 17, a nine-year-old boy was found dead three days after he went missing … Read More

Conundrums of Kathua

The tragic rape and murder of a child in Kathua, Jammu province, has become a political cause célèbre thanks to the Lutyens glitterati, who moved at lightning speed to extract support from the United Nations, a body that possibly still craves to gift the State to Pakistan under the discredited … Read More

Monsanto loses right to patent Seeds

Opponents of genetically modified crops received a boost when the Delhi High Court upheld the Indian Patent Act, which states that seeds and life forms cannot be patented, and the Protection of Plant Varieties & Farmers’ Rights Act, 2001, which biotechnology multinationals have tried to undermine, and ruled that key … Read More