Honourable Member Arun Gawli!
ago he answered the court calls like: “Arun Gulab Gawli Hazir Ho….”.
Uniformed Mumbai policemen used to escort him into the courtroom to deposit
him in the dock to be cross-examined on charges of conspiring to murder and
many other crimes of a similar kind. By H K DUA
Stereotypes can't confine her anymore as the urban woman redefines her place in the family,
says SOMA WADHWA
Asia Times Blowing back the smoke
Reducing tobacco consumption is a complex challenge. A broad range of efforts must be aimed at both consumers and producers, and issues relating to advertisements, promotion, and information must all be considered.
VARUPI JAIN reports on an organisation that is lending its voice to this
Indian Express The idea of Pakistan
The number of jehadis is growing. Attacks on mosques are common. Terrorism, once encouraged by the state, is now threatening the civil and military establishment, writes KULDIP NAYYAR
Together Citizen Lakshmi
She lives in a six feet by eight feet hut in Mumbai and pays a whopping Rs.400 per month to light one bulb and a table fan. She is a leader of her community, and yet some better off want her disenfranchised.
KALPANA SHARMA rebuts a new divisive cry in Mumbai.