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Letting killers get away with it: Are We A Soft State?

admin September 7, 2013

Thirteen people were killed and at least 82 others injured in a powerful bomb blast, on 7th September, 2011, outside Delhi High Court. This bomb attack was the 20th strike in the capital since 1996, apart from numerous others all over the country in places like Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat, Bangaluru Coimbotore, Lucknow, Varanasi, Ayodhya,… Continue Reading »

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Pending amendments to UAPA Act: Terrorists must face strict laws!

admin September 7, 2013

India has been facing terrorism in one form or the other almost since Independence. Most of it is due to the ambition of Pakistan to show India down, as the four wars since 1947 have shown. In fact, due to reasons of vote bank politics India has not been having any law against terrorism. Terrorism… Continue Reading »

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Shortage of police manpower: Time to outsource law and order duties!

admin September 7, 2013

Even as the police forces across the country continue to try and fend off charges of slipshod policing and ineffective law and order mechanics that is being attributed to the rising crime graph in cities, the fact remains that more than anything else the deployment of available force is extremely ineffective in the country. It… Continue Reading »

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India’s illegal firearm market: Steadily spiralling out of control

admin September 7, 2013

India’s social and film circles have been abuzz with the jail term to film star Sanjay Dutt for his arms act case. Sanjay Dutt who narrowly escaped being indicted for terrorist act was instead booked under the Arms Act some years back. The issue that has been debated endlessly in both newspaper columns and television… Continue Reading »

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A new threat clouds over Punjab

admin September 7, 2013

The lush green fields of Punjab and the live-life-to-the-full attitude of its residents is in danger of being violated by a menace which is rapidly assuming the shape of an epidemic. The state which battled and defeated terrorism is now in grips of a vicious drug mafia which is not only causing large scale drug… Continue Reading »

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Lack of quick response. The endless wait for a counter attack!

admin September 7, 2013

There’s got to be something seriously wrong in the state of affairs if the authorities refuse to take lessons from instances that clearly show that it was laxity and lack of response that caused the situation to deteriorate. It happened when terrorists struck Mumbai on 26/11 and Mumbai police helplessly tried to tackle them while… Continue Reading »

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Rape epidemic – another form of terrorism

admin September 7, 2013

It’s December 16 all over again. Except that the venue this time was Mumbai and the helpless victim has survived the ordeal. A group of five men raped a 22-year-old photo-journalist, interning for a lifestyle magazine, after bashing up her male colleague at an abandoned mill close to the railway tracks in the Mahalaxmi area… Continue Reading »



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