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Indian farmers are creating history

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By Justice Markandey Katju, former judge, Indian Supreme Court By their ongoing agitation, the Indian farmers are not only fighting for their rights, they are also creating history by starting the process of the mighty historical united struggle for the transformation of India from an underdeveloped to a highly industrialised …

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Announce the formation of a Farmers Commission immediately

Justice Markandey Katju

By Justice Markandey Katju, former judge, Supreme Court of India The next meeting of the farmers’ representatives and the Central Govt Ministers will be held today, 5th December, at 2 p.m. in Vigyan Bhawan.  In the meantime a meeting is being held at the Prime Minister’s residence between the PM …

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The farmers agitation: Negotiation is the way to the solution

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By Justice Markandey Katju Farmers have marched from Punjab towards Delhi against the three farmers laws recently passed by the Indian Parliament, with the slogan ‘Dilli Chalo‘ ( march to Delhi ) and have reached the Delhi border, despite several impediments by the Haryana police. Farmers of some other states …

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SATYAM BRUYAT : Muslims should introspect

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By Justice Markandey Katju, former judge, Supreme Court of India There have been demonstrations against French President Macron in Mumbai, Bhopal, Aligarh, Hyderabad, Srinagar and other Indian cities. These fools who are demonstrating do not realise they are playing into the hands of those who wish to paint all Muslims …

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The Future of Pakistan: Interesting times are coming

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By Justice Markandey Katju, former Judge, Indian Supreme Court I had earlier written an article titled ‘Bas ho chuki namaz musalla uthaiye‘ which was published in nayadaur.tv. In that article I had mentioned that despite all the rallies and hue and cry created by the People’s Democratic Movement ( PDM …

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Even elephant death must be communalised

Justice Markandey Katju

By Justice Markandey Katju, former Judge, Supreme Court A pregnant elephant died in Kerala by eating a pineapple containing a firecracker, and immediately some politicians have jumped into the fray trying to communalise the issue, just as some people had tried to communalise the corona pandemic by blaming Tablighi Jamaat. …

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‘Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar’s misbehavior is unpardonable’

Justice Markandey Katju

I saw the YouTube video of Neo News, Pakistan in which Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar shamelessly abused Marvi Sirmed merely because she interrupted him and said ‘Mera jism meri marzi’. This infuriated him and he started uttering filthy expletives like ‘Tere jism par koi thookta nahi hai’ and ‘Tere jism mein hai …

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CJI Gogoi was blot on judiciary, but why were the other justices mute like Bheeshma Pitamah, seeing the cheer haran of the Supreme Court?

Justice Ranjan Gogoi

Indians need answers to judiciary’s failures in Gogoi’s tenure By Justice Markandey Katju When former chief justice of India Dipak Misra misbehaved in allocating cases in the Supreme Court, four of the senior-most justices of the apex court, including Ranjan Gogoi, protested. These justices did so by holding an open …

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Budget 2020 : ‘The poets Nirmala Sitharaman did not cite’, Justice katju points out

Justice Markandey Katju

By Justice Markandey Katju (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India) The Union Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, has displayed her fantastic erudition by quoting several poets—Kashmiri poet Dinananath Kaul Nadeem, Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar, Sanskrit poet Kalidas, etc in her recent budget speech. However, I wish she had also quoted the following …

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