Take more steps

It's almost a month since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the banning of Rs 500 and 1000 notes and termed the move as his biggest step in the fight against black money. Even though people of India are facing lot of problem due to it, everyone is supporting the...

Give more autonomy

The premier investigating agency of India CBI is once again in spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The sudden transfer of CBI officer RK Dutta to another department of the Home Ministry stunned bureaucratic circles. Not because he was the senior-most in line to be the next CBI chief...

Resolve the differences

It looks like once again another session of parliament will be washed out. The proceedings of both the houses of parliament have been repeatedly disrupted over the demonetisation issue leading to adjournments after adjournment. Since the start of winter session, the parliament has been witnessing uproars from the opposition...

Shun bandh culture

In a welcome change, the denizens of capital complex defied the recent capital bandh and carried on with normal life. This should send out a strong message to those unions/associations who take citizens for granted and randomly organize bandh call in capital region. For the personal profit of few...

On right track

In recent year the environment clearance has emerged as the major concerns for the Indian industry. Previous UPA regime was accused of using it for blocking many major industrial projects. The environment ministry had acquired notoriety for holding back file when Jayanti Natarajan was heading it. Infact major industrial...

End of an era

One of the most popular figures of 20th century and icon of communist movement Fidel Castro's death marks an end of an era. Castro who ruled Cuba for almost half a century with iron fist died on Saturday after a prolong illness. He inspired revolutionary movements across Latin America,...

Let there be investigation

As the whole country reels under cash crunch due to banning of 500 and 1000 rupees note, persistent questions are being raised whether BJP and its supporters had advance information about the move. In Bihar, the Janata Dal United has alleged that a series of land purchases made by...

Let there be debate and discussion

The Rajya Sabha for a brief moment today brought out the best discussion so far parliament had on demonetization issue. Former Prime Minister and one of the architects of modern India Dr Manmohan came down heavily on government over the issue. He termed the scheme to abolish 500 and...

Make judicious use of central fund

In a landmark decision which can vastly improve the road connectivity in Arunachal the Union Ministry of Rural Development has given clearance to 119 roads and 36 long span bridges under PMGSY with an estimated cost of Rs. 1488.56 crores. As per the report, the remaining proposal for 43...

Situation is going from bad to worse

In yet another horrific act, the Pakistani troops killed three Indian soldiers and mutilated body of one of them at Machal sector under Kupwara district, Jammu and Kashmir. Reports said the militants who crossed over into this side of Line of Control mutilated the body of one soldier before...

Railway safety is still an issue

The death toll in the tragic train accident at Kanpur rail has risen to 145. Nearly 200 passengers have also suffered injury and have been admitted in various hospitals. The Indore-Patna express train was derailed yesterday in wee hours at Pukhrayan railway station in Kanpur Dehat district. The accident...

Scheme should benefit the actual beneficiary

One more scheme has been launched after being renamed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched Pradhanmantri Grameen Awas Yojna, an ambitious housing scheme meant for rural poor in Agra. Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awaas Yojana (PMGAY), previously Indira Awaas Yojana(IAY), is a social welfare flagship programme, created by the...

Conflict between NATO & Russia

The standoff between West and Russia is brewing and pose serious threat to international peace. Tension is especially escalating in the Baltic region. Russia which has been expressing concern over expansion of NATO into its former soviet territories has been building up massive military infrastructure in the region bordering...

Arrest the attacker

The brutual assault on NHPC official Bengia Guma at Roing town allegedly by local youths once again exposes the horrific side of Arunachal. The NHPC official was assaulted at his official quarter in presence of his wife and children. It is a barbaric act and deserves condemnation from everyone....

Waiting for promise to turn into reality

In the last one year several union ministers have visited state and made promises after promises. But the situation remains same and Arunachal is yet to experience the fruit of those promises. Ever since BJP came to power at centre and Congress in the state, the development has taken...

Hoping for the best

The winter session of parliament which will begin on Wednesday is expected to be stormy. Issues like demonetization, alleged fake encounter by Madhya Pradesh police and attempt to ban NDTV for a day are expected to dominate the course. As usual the opposition parties are expected to be noisy...

Volatile situation

The decision of government of India to ban 500 and 1000 rupees notes is making life difficult for the ordinary citizens. Across the nation there is utter chaos in banks and ATMs. Situation is so bad that heavy police deployments had to be done in many places. There is...

Historic agreement

Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is currently visiting Japan today announced the signing of civilian nuclear deal. India and Japan signed a landmark agreement for peaceful use of nuclear energy. The agreement was signed after delegation level talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shizo Abe...

Uncertainty days ahead

The world is coming to terms with the shocking result of US election. Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton and will assume office of US President from January next year. The election result has sent shockwaves across the world. By electing Trump, American voters not only recklessly rolled the dice...

Innocent should not suffer

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's announcement of banning currency note of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 has caused panic among the people. Government claimed that the move will help in the fight against black money. Even though it looks like a noble idea but there is no denying people especially...

America decides

After months of campaigning and debates, Americans will decide the fate of Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump in the polls as voting is underway in the United States to elect the country's 45th President. This election has been bitter and historic in many senses. Clinton is...

Govt trying to suppress media

After lot of hue and cry the information and broadcasting ministry has decided to put on hold the decision to ban NDTV Hindi channel for a day. Government had justified the decision to ban NDTV by alleging that channel violated the guidelines issued by the Centre over live coverage...

Let there be united response

Finally the people of India including government agencies are starting to recognize pollution as a major problem. Right now the air quality has worsened in North India especially in national capital. Situation is so bad that government has closed school and has advised citizens to stay indoors. Cases of...

Govt ought to be careful

Ever since the Narendra Modi led BJP government came to power in centre crackdown on NGOs is going on. It all started with crackdown on NGO of social activist Teesta Setalvad who has been at forefront fighting for the Gujarat riot victims. The 2003 Gujarat riot had led to...

Citizens at receiving end

As the tension between India and Pakistan increases the citizens on both the sides are bearing brunt of it. Continuous cross border firing is making life miserable for the people living along the line of control. Civilian casualties have been reported from both the sides. The worst hit is...

Politics over OROP

The one rank one pension (OROP) issue is once again back in the forefront. Ram Kishan Grewal, a former Army jawan, who was protesting over the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme, allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday. As per media report he consumed poison around 1.30 pm even as...

Properly investigate the alleged encounter

The killing of 8 SIMI under trial terrorists in an alleged encounter at Bhopal raises several questions. The 8 men were gunned down after they escaped from Bhopal central prison in a daring jail break. Since the report of alleged encounter emerged few unverified and disturbing videos about encounter...

Let judiciary and media remain independent

The appointment of judges for Supreme Court and high court is becoming a contentious issue. Recently Chief Justice of India TS Thankur came down heavily on union government for delaying the appointment of judges. The file for appointment of judges is alleged to be stuck in Prime Minister’s Office...

India should be cautious

The Tibetan spiritual leader Dala Lama’s proposed visit to Arunachal next year has run into controversy. As expected the China has expressed deep concern over visit and has warned that visit will negatively affect Indo-China relation. Beijing has made it clear that bilateral ties may suffer "damage" and peace...

High hope on the committee

The decision of state government to constitute a Committee headed by Secretary Education to make detailed study and examine the various problems ailing SSA teachers including salary issue is a good move. This should have been done much earlier. For reasons best known to them the state government has...
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