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Not All Convinced CBI Has Water Tight Case, Possibility Of Loopholes Not Ruled Out, CBI Charge Sheets Offer Balm To Scars Of July 23, ’09

IMPHAL, Sep 10 : While the charge sheets filed by the CBI against nine police-men, including two Inspectors has brought a ray of hope that justice may finally be delivered in the controversial killing of Ch Sanjit and Th Rabina on July 23, 2009, at BT Road, there are some who are not yet fully convinced... 

AFSPA: Time To Ink Its Epitaph

Ideally this question should not have come up in the first place, especially in the land of the Buddha and Gandhi and which has the distinction of being the largest democracy in the world. Not only this, India is also one of the few countries of the erstwhile British Empire, where democracy has succeeded,... 

The Emerging Farce In The North-East Region

Given the big ‘˜magnitude’ of complexities and also taking into account the extremely delicateness of situation in the North East India region, those organizations endeavoring to get their agenda implemented must not discard the holistic approach with respect to the region as a unit and... 

Death-Trap In Life-Line

The road is old. Nearly two centuries, historic historically. Once kings and queens of Manipur had trodden upon it. Road of erstwhile super power. The only link road with the west in the past. Once busy road looketh and deathful now. Oh, old Cachar Road, Tongjei Maril. Thou are a life-line with death-trap. The...