Anti-corruption

Corrupt Bangladesh​i Minister Quits after Times of Assam exposes him

Corrupt Bangladesh​i Minister Quits after Times of Assam exposes him

By- Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury | Date- April 16, 2012 Extremely corrupt minister in charge of the railway ministry in Bangladesh, brief-less lawyer Suranjit Sen Gupta has been finally axed from the cabinet following a recent incident, where his Assistant Personal Secretary (APS) Omar Faruk was caught with some corrupt senior officials of Bangladesh Railway […]

When Northeast India rediscovered Tricolour

When Northeast India rediscovered Tricolour

By- Nava Thakuria When Gandhian Anna Hazare ended his hunger strike (after fasting for 12 full days) following Indian parliament’s resolution for a stronger anti-graft law, he himself said it was a half-victory. But nobody denied that millions of common Indians rallied behind him for a Jan Lokpal, and finally the law makers had to […]

Iron Lady clarifies to media allegations, says she admires Anna

Iron Lady clarifies to media allegations, says she admires Anna

By- Correspondent| Date- September 1, 2011 The Iron Lady from Manipur, human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu has expressed utter shock and clarified that she had never called Anna Hazare‘s movement as “artificial”.  This was clarified through a written statement from Sharmila to Just Peace Foundation (JPF), a Manipur based body promoting the Iron Lady’s […]

Anti-corruption protestors – Don’t comment on Irom Sharmila if you don’t know AFSPA

Anti-corruption protestors – Don’t comment on Irom Sharmila if you don’t know AFSPA

The following written is not for those people who have grown up watching and blind-believing Bollywood movies glorifying Indian Army. It is not for those who are not ready to believe that Indian Army is not next to God. It is not for those would think we all should be ever grateful to Indian Army […]

Anna Hazare and Jan Lokpal Bill may fail

Anna Hazare and Jan Lokpal Bill may fail

The idea of the first Jan Lokpal Bill dates back to as early as 1969, yet this democratic bill was always denied by the pseudo democratic government of India for the last 42 years. None of the Lokpal bills introduced again and again in 1971, 1977, 1985, 1989, 1996, 1998, 2001, 2005 and 2008 passed […]