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M.D Nalapat is the Editorial Director of The Sunday Guardian.

For Modi, North Block is what will matter in 2019
28th Mar 2015

The Justice Shah Special Investigation Team (SIT) was formed by Team Modi on the lines mentioned in a Supreme Court verdict, and has sat several times since the time it was set up. Lawyers, not unexpe

Go beyond CBI in probes
21st Mar 2015
Go beyond CBI in probes

Ranjit Sinha is among the numerous appointees of the Manmohan Singh government who are either serving the current dispensation or who have retired with honour. Mr Sinha's qualifications for the top sl

For Modi, ‘gradual’ means 150, ‘normal’ 350
14th Mar 2015

Why did the inhabitants of a small island off the coast of France conquer three-fourths of the globe, ensuring that English became the international link language, now spoken in some form or the other

Will AAP go the Delhi Durbar way?
7th Mar 2015

India is a country where human icons get venerated and those questioning them despised. Among the traditions bequeathed by the Congress party of the freedom struggle days was the reality of decisions

‘National secrecy’ is against national security
28th Feb 2015

The welcome exposure of moles within key ministries is leading to calls for a clampdown on information flow, when in fact the opposite is called for. When in difficulties about finding out a plausible

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‘Sonia Gandhi was godmother of 66A’
28th Mar 2015
‘Sonia Gandhi was godmother of 66A’

Who was responsible for the abomination referred to as Section 66A of a revised Information Technology Act which itself has features which belong less to a democracy than to an authoritarian state? It

Ranaghat atrocity part of ISI’s Operation Equal Blame
21st Mar 2015

The Ranaghat atrocity, where a 72-year-old Catholic nun was violated by three young men, was carried out through an extremist organisation based in Khulna in Bangladesh, say analysts based within the

Corrupt officers block PM Modi’s transparency drive
7th Mar 2015

Senior officials say that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for a review by the Cabinet Secretariat of the indiscriminate way in which documents have been classified as secret. The intention beh

Defence Minister was misled about Terror Boat: Officers
21st Feb 2015
Defence Minister was misled about Terror Boat: Officers

Uniformed officers involved in operations and monitoring say on condition of strict anonymity that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar was "misled" in January into assuming that the Pakistan-based terro

Multiple groups plan hot summer for Modi
7th Feb 2015
Multiple groups plan hot summer for Modi

Senior officials concerned with national security warn that multiple groups, most with strong connects abroad, are working to ensure that the months after the 28 February presentation of the 2015 Unio

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