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Supreme Court

There’s Always a Price

Madhavankutty Pillai

The Supreme Court order on free Covid testing by private labs is counterproductive

Hanging by a Thread

Four men were executed in the early hours of March 20th finally bringing peace to Jyoti Singh’s family, though larger questions about the death penalty still persist

Ranjan Gogoi: Judging the Judge

The former CJI, now a member of Rajya Sabha, is a player of chess and well-chosen words

‘Blessings Only’

Arun Jaitley's family was firm on not accepting anything by way of gifts

K Parasaran: God’s Advocate

At 92, Ram Lalla’s lawyer K Parasaran is still in demand. He will oversee the construction of the temple for the god he defended

The CM’s First Act

Why Kerala radically moving Supreme Court against CAA is also an astute political move by Pinarayi Vijayan

Revenge By Any Other Name

The consensus over the imminent execution of the Nirbhaya killers is appeasement of a selective rage

The General in His Cul-De-Sac

Musharraf’s conviction is a first in the history of Pakistan

Musharraf’s Moment of Reckoning

Those cheering the death penalty for the former dictator need to exhale

A Chariot in History

At a brainstorming session Pramod Mahajan came up with the idea of a nationwide grand yatra, Narendra Modi concurred and that was the beginning of the Ram Rath Yatra, catapulting the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute on the national scene with LK Advani emerging as the face of Hindu aspirations

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