Tag: Supreme Court
Babri Masjid demolition: what’s the way forward?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Babri Masjid demolition is revisited each year by so-called opponents of Hindutva but apart from lamenting the past what’s the way forward?
Kanwar Yatra cancelled in UP: Know how the BJP tried risking public health for votes
Reading Time: 5 minutes Though Yogi Adityanath has finally cancelled the Kanwar Yatra in UP under the Supreme Court’s pressure, the BJP’s intention at te first place is problematic.
French investigation into ‘Rafale Papers’ becoming Modi’s Bofors moment
Reading Time: 3 minutes The new French judicial investigation into the ‘Rafale Papers’ will make the multi-billion dollar Indo-French MMRCA deal an Albatross around Modi’s neck.
Time to raise compensation demand for victims of wrongful confinement
Reading Time: 6 minutes The recent acquittal of terror accused Bashir Ahmad Baba after 11 years of wrongful confinement again brought up the demand for compensation for such victims.
Varanasi’s Gyanvapi Mosque placed on Ayodhya template
Reading Time: 5 minutes Varanasi’s Gyanvapi Mosque is now under gloomy clouds as a synchronised campaign has placed it on the Ayodhya template used to demolish the Babri Masjid.
Licence to rape: Analysing the judiciary’s recent comments
Reading Time: 3 minutes From “will you marry her?” as a question to a rape convict to normalising marital rape, the judiciary’s comments provide a licence to rape.
Why the Supreme Court’s stay on the farm laws didn’t appeal the protesting farmers?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Why the farmers aren’t exalted by the Supreme Court’s stay on the farm laws? Why don’t they consider this as their victory and retreat?
Supreme Court’s bail to Goswami and the question of political prisoners
Reading Time: 3 minutes Rather than criticising the Supreme Court’s bail to Goswami, why it’s important to demand the release of all falsely-implicated undertrials?
Babri Masjid demolition verdict showed Muslims their place in Modi-fied India
Reading Time: 5 minutes After the Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict, a CBI court’s Babri Masjid demolition verdict reaffirmed the position of Muslims in Modi-fied India
What does the iconic Rath Yatra in Puri during COVID-19 imply?
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Supreme Court’s permission to Puri’s iconic Rath Yatra amid the COVID-19 pandemic shows the hypocrisy of the state and the critics of Tablighi Jamaat.
Attempt to shift the Shaheen Bagh protest rejected on the first day
Reading Time: 3 minutes The valiant women rejected the attempt to shift the Shaheen Bagh protest on the first day of meeting with interlocutors appointed by the Supreme Court.
Shifting the Shaheen Bagh protest site: When roads become important than people
Reading Time: 3 minutes Shifting the Shaheen Bagh protest site is the biggest concern of the Supreme Court because a road is blocked. The human beings are expendable, a road isn’t.
The Supreme Court’s CAA hearing won’t impact the grassroots struggles
Reading Time: 4 minutes Even when the Supreme Court’s CAA hearing starts, the people won’t be quite excited about it as their struggle will continue to defeat the Modi regime.
Babri Masjid demolition: Lessons we must not forget
Reading Time: 3 minutes Babri Masjid demolition on 6 December 1992 was the single biggest terror attack against Indian secularism by the RSS aided by the Congress party and others.
Ayodhya verdict showed what’s Modi-fied India
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Ayodhya verdict shattered the last vestige of faith in the judiciary that a few Muslims had, and showed them their real situation in Modified India.
Ayodhya verdict lost its significance for the muted Muslim community
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Ayodhya verdict will be pronounced anytime soon, but the Muslim community of India has lost any hope of justice in a Modi-fied system.
Ayodhya verdict: Not land, Muslims are striving for equal rights in secularism
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Supreme Court has reserved its verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. It’s not land that the Muslims are fighting for, but their equal Constitutional rights.
Clean chit to CJI Ranjan Gogoi will have an ineradicable effect on sexual harassment inquiries
Reading Time: 4 minutes A clean chit to CJI Ranjan Gogoi in the sexual harassment complaint without sharing the findings with the victim will impact the judiciary’s credibility.
Stolen vs photocopied: The faux pas in covering Rafale Jet scam
Reading Time: 4 minutes The recent faux pas on the Rafale Jet scam over a stolen top secret file later becoming photocopied leak, shows Modi’s desperation to cover up the scam.
Forcing Aadhaar by Subverting SC Verdict Sign of Modi’s Desperation
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Modi regime’s bid to enforce the Aadhaar-based identification model subverting the Supreme Court’s verdict is a sign of its utmost desperation,