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Finance Bill 2017 & IT Act Amendment: Jaitley lets Commoner Down,...

In the Indian Capita, December 19, 2015, was one of the most eventful days for reporters on the political beat. Thousands of Congress supporters...

Punishing Fake News should not be punishing Free Press!

Union ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) recently announced that journalists found guilty of broadcasting or writing fake news will have their accreditation withdrawn...

Maldives turns to India to overcome Chinese debt

India strongly desires to see a stable, democratic, prosperous and peaceful Republic of Maldives, says Prime Minister Modi.


Come August 9, retired Indian armed forces family of around four crores people (pensioners and their families) will join the farmers, Dalits and tribals for a Bharat Bandh with their own set of woes, related to partial OROP implementation by the government, opening of cantonment road and property for civilians, and quest of higher dignity for the lower ranks in service.

Structural Collapse A Growing Problem

There is no doubt that the demand for housing is increasing with the rapid population growth but lives cannot be taken for granted.

Why Are Indian Nuclear Scientists Dying Mysteriously

Death whenever unexplained is conceived as murder and is subject to investigation and conviction but when it comes to the highly esteemed nuclear scientists...

IPC 124(A): The Offended State

The sensitiveness toward the freedom of speech and expression has been increased drastically in the past decades. Although, Indian Constitution guarantees us the Freedom...

The National Register of Citizens Divulges Final Draft

The final draft of the National Register of Citizens sent shock waves across Assam as the names of 40.07 lakh applicants did not find...

Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill: Offenders can no longer run away

The Ordinance describes the fugitive economic offender (FEO) as a person against whom an arrest warrant has been issued by an Indian court for committing a ‘Scheduled Offence’ (at least Rs100 crores) and who has either left India to avoid criminal prosecution or being aboard, refuses to return to India to face criminal prosecution.

India Should Focus on its Human Development Index

To achieve a 10% GDP Growth, The Policy Times believes that India needs to improve its infrastructure, foreign trade, and foreign investment.
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