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RTI
Monday, August 11, 2014
If the new government is serious about its anti-tobacco stand, it should pull out all stakes from tobacco-manufacturing companies, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, July 28, 2014
While thirty-five persons died in police-lockups in Maharashtra last year, not a single policeman was charge sheeted or convicted for the custodial deaths, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, July 21, 2014
If it isn’t a watchman committing rape, it’s a husband, a policeman or worse still, defence personnel who simply go scot free. Where rape is concerned, the enemy lies within, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, July 14, 2014
The ‘secular’ UPA regime registered a dip in the number of Muslim policemen across the nation while Gujarat had the largest number of Muslims posted in police stations, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, July 07, 2014
The next 24 hours will decide the fortunes of the Indian Railways. A huge overhaul is expected from the new NDA government’s first Rail Budget, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, June 30, 2014
Doctors need to come out clean on the ‘indiscriminate’ use of stents. The credibility of the entire medical fraternity risks being quashed, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, June 23, 2014
RBI’s insistence on Aadhaar details may backfire in face of fears of the colossal databank itself being compromised. However, its rule permitting opening accounts with ‘a single document’ will fetch relief, writes Gajanan Khergamker ... More
Monday, June 16, 2014
When someone charges you beyond MRP, you could approach a consumer court. There’s a precedent of a vendor fined Rs 50 lakh for charging Rs 75 more on an energy drink, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, June 09, 2014
The dearth of functional ladies’ toilets at the city’s railway stations underlines the nation’s need for the same. The Badaun rape vindicates Narendra Modi’s ‘toilets first’ stand, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, June 02, 2014
A review of Aadhaar was long overdue. Considering that the Supreme Court had to rap the UPA to protect public interest, the NDA should address it on priority, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, May 26, 2014
Cleaning the Ganges will be the Prime Minister’s toughest task. After all, with it, the world’s largest democracy’s image will be scrubbed clean too, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, May 19, 2014
RTI queries reveal that despite the nation reeling under a financial crisis, year after year, ministers continue to embark upon overseas ‘study’ junkets, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, May 12, 2014
Charged with bias, the Election Commission - a constitutional authority with colossal powers - has blinked. It could be perceived as an affront to democracy itself, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, May 05, 2014
The spurt in re-evaluations in MU could warrant a case of deficiency in service in a Consumer Court if not a plea for outright contempt of Bombay High Court’s 2010 directions, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, April 28, 2014
An ADC-DraftCraft initiative to ensure the Right To Walk by questioning the arbitrary use of barricades and ensuing traffic mess at the Gateway of India makes a breakthrough, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, April 21, 2014
The eminent Lok Sabha hopefuls aren’t exactly highly qualified when it comes to education. That, sadly, has been the rule rather than exception, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, April 07, 2014
The BMC interprets the law to its convenience. It recently fined BSE for ‘illegally blocking’ a street while conveniently ignoring the barricades around The Gateway of India, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, March 24, 2014
Supreme Court orders criminal charges against undertrail MPs and MLAs to be expedited and completed within a year, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, March 10, 2014
Around 12,000 new rickshaw permits will be allotted in the western suburbs and 8,000 for eastern suburbs but they may only add to the confusion, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
Monday, March 03, 2014
A Central Information Commissioner’s assertion that baseless claim of ‘file missing’ could invite a penalty nails the real issue, writes Gajanan Khergamker... More
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