Yakub Memon Death Penalty – Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, who is representing the government arrived in Supreme Court today to clarify the rules relating to curative petitions, the last judicial remedy in law.
Here are key facts on how the government is reviving agriculture after identifying key issues responsible for stalling of growth in the agricultural sector.
It is illuminating how Left-Lib intellectuals like Ramachandra Guha even went to the extent of running down Dr. Kalam’s scholarship when there is such a vast body of peer-reviewed research published by him over the years.
Dr Vikram Sarabhai, Architect of India’s Space and Nuclear Programmes selected Dr APJ Abdul Kalam to visualise Space Technology in India during 1962/63 at Thumba, Trivandrum.
Within a few hours of PM Modi urging citizens to send in their inputs for the Independence Day speech, MyGov portal was flooded with over 2500 submissions.
Final Journey of Former President APJ Abdul Kalam, the ‘missile man’ who came to be known as ‘People’s President’ from Shillong to Delhi and beyond.
Both the episodes go back to the Year 2006. The first an abuse of Power the second an assault on National Security. On both ocassions President Kalam demonstrated intellectual clarity and moral certitude of the kind that made us proud of him as President.
Design for India – Darshan Patel, who had heard of of ‘Design Clinic Scheme’ of MSME ministry, approached them, and was provided with a designer Ankit Vyas, an NID alumnus, to modify his innovation.
Anuj Dhar who has played a key role in supporting the campaign to declassify Netaji files talked about the difficulties and hurdles he had gone through to pressurise government for making the confidential files available related to Netaji’s disappearance.
“As a performing artist, I know very well how the free market messes with the arts. I also know that mediocre men can mishandle and twist the arts to suit their own agenda.”
The Russians, the French, the Americans and the Eurofighter consortium all have their own offering tailor fit to India’s MMRCA requirement and there is no incentive for them to help India develop combat fighter aircraft, and so the only name that crops up periodically is Saab of Sweden.