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RSS and Hindu Mahasabha betrayed the Quit India Movement in 1942 and in 2017 also, they are betraying the very idea of India.

Jaiveer Shergill

We demand the government should order a fair probe that why Tej Bahadur and Roy Mathew were harassed and intimidated after they raised their concerns. We ask the government to order a fair probe into the death of Roy Mathew

Jaiveer Shergill

Indian National Congress strongly objects to any kind of politicisation of the Army – defence forces - but sadly the government of the day uses the Army only for its political gains and does not want to address their pain

Jaiveer Shergill

The famous Greek philosopher Plato had said the beginning is the most important part of the work. The 2017 Punjab verdict has made many new beginnings which are important politically and also otherwise.

Jaiveer Shergill

The people of Punjab comprehensively rejected the regressive policies of the Badal government. They also rejected the opportunist agenda of the Aam Aadmi Party and their radical design to make Punjab one of the laboratories to pursue their political ambitions.

Jaiveer Shergill

Transparent, accountable and effective institutions are essential for a successful and vibrant democracy. But, under the Narendra Modi regime, the "Octopus" of the PMO has been so tight that it is not allowing the institutions to rise high.

Jaiveer Shergill

Ever since the demonetisation decision was announced by the Prime Minister on November 8, 2016, a serious question mark has been raised not only on the operational management but also on the autonomy and identity of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). 

Jaiveer Shergill

The ground situation in Kashmir remains precarious. The situation in the Valley has been tense ever since the PDP-BJP alliance assumed office in Srinagar on March 1, 2015. 

Jaiveer Shergill

Pakistan’s hand in fermenting troubles in the state is an open secret, but the strategy to contain violence has to emerge from within the Indian government.

Jaiveer Shergill

First, the surgical strike and now the demonetisation - the impression being manufactured is that these are innovations of the incumbent government that were never a part of history; and secondly, that such "panacea" would solve all of India's problems.

Jaiveer Shergill

If rejig was based on accountability and performance then PM should have resigned

Jaiveer Shergill

We spend half our time litigating and the other half campaigning on behalf of the poor. Our ethos has remained the same from day one: we never turn a needy person away. We are a bit superstitious about it.

Colin Gonsalves (Advocate)

There are just two types of case that we will not do, however meritorious they may be: cases of men against women, and cases of employers against their employees. We don’t just sit here waiting to be found. We go out and give free legal advice and representation to people in prisons, beggars’ homes and juvenile homes.

Colin Gonsalves (Advocate)

The right to life has been used to establish civil, political, and economic and social rights, such as the right to food, education, environment, health care and even legal aid and a speedy trial. The Indian judges acknowledge that this has involved a significant degree of judicial law-making.

Colin Gonsalves (Advocate)

As an engineer I found I couldn’t be socially relevant; I couldn’t help the social movements in any way. Some of my friends were getting in to appropriate technology (AT) and it was a very indirect and unsatisfactory way of helping peoples’ movements. I was looking for something more direct.

Colin Gonsalves (Advocate)

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