The final word (‘The Asian Age’ Edit on Indo-US N-Deal Aug.21, ’07)

The Left parties have made it clear to the Congress that a minority government that is dependent on others for support, cannot rule without consultations. The Common Minimum Programme that had been formulated was a document that the Left has set great store by, and has repeatedly reminded the government […]

Court quashes decision to revoke Haneef Visa

By Christine Kellett August 21, 2007 – 12:49PM (Melbourne time) Indian doctor Mohamed Haneef has won the right to return to Australia after a Federal Court judge today ruled Immigration Minister Kevin Andrews had been wrong to boot him out of the country. Mr Andrews caused a political storm last […]

Put the nuclear deal on hold: The Hindu (Edit.- Aug. 20, 2007)

For a mild-mannered Prime Minister who leads a government dependent on external support for survival, Manmohan Singh is demonstrating obduracy of a strange and unreasonable kind. His current posture of ‘I-must-have-the-nuclear-deal-or-I-go’ suggests that the political objective of completing the elected term of the United Progressive Alliance regime has been subordinated […]

‘South Asia Times’ predicted Sanjay Dutt’s freedom

Here is the short news item published by South Asia Times in its August edition(published in Melbourne, Australia) predicting the release of Sanjay Dutt. The item was written by SAT Special Correspondent in New Delhi Rajeev Sharma in his column ‘New Delhi Tit Bits’ Sanjay Dutt-Law of Karma Recently I […]

Sanjay Dutt gets interim bail from Supreme Court

By Rajeev Sharma in New Delhi Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt was today granted interim bail by the Supreme Court in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. The interim bail is till the time the TADA court in Mumbai provides a copy of judgement to Dutt. Sanjay is serving a six-year […]