Enough is enough - "In a democracy, President's Rule can't go on forever. Lieutenant Governor should have taken the decision on government formation at the earliest and should not have taken 5 months time," said Supreme Court. The bench also asked why the Centre always comes out with one statement or another just a day before the matter is taken up for hearing.
"Every culprit is innocent and every innocent has been a culprit and someone has to step in sometime to break this vicious chain." This is the dilemma of the communal riots. The very name of the suburb of 'Tirlokpuri' conjures up images of the worst violence against Sikhs in November 1984, where residents from were pulled out by mobs and burnt alive. Bonfires of burning bodies were lit and there were no police in sight. At least 350 Sikhs had been reported killed.
To my Countrymen in general, and Hindu brothers and sisters in particular: "A festival full of sweet childhood memories, sky full of fireworks, mouth full of sweets, house full of diyas and heart full of joy. Wishing you all a very happy Diwali!"
Behind the iron curtains of religious fanaticism and terror of Al Saud's autocratic monarchy, the coward and opportunistic advocates of human rights and democracy around the world are going to witness another death of a popular Shiite cleric Saudi Arabia's Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. On 15 October 2014, al-Nimr was sentenced to death by the specialized criminal court that was originally formed to try terrorism cases but is now being used to silence critics. His nephew, an activist, was also sentenced to death in the same court.