And we expect justice from them…

HYDERABAD: Five judges belonging to the state’s subordinate judiciary were suspended by the AP High Court on Wednesday for allegedly copying while writing their LLM examinations at the Arts College of Kakatiya University in Warangal on Tuesday.  The judges were doing this course under distance mode from Kakatiya University as the degree would help them gain some increments

Inception and Dowry Death

Well, I saw Inception the other day. Brilliant movie. Awesome storyline and brilliant performances. One strange thing that caught my attention in the movie was how Mal Cobb dies. She commits suicide but Mr. Cobb ( Dicaprio) is the one who gets into trouble. When I saw this, I was strangely reminded of our country’s

Varieties to Kill; Victims the same

Today’s rising crime rates across the world is nothing new for us anymore. Remember when was the last time you did not see or hear news of someone getting killed? People get killed all the time, across the globe, and people kill people by various means. To enumerate a few means people kill other people

Woman wearing skinny jeans can’t be raped: Australian court

Melbourne, May 2: Skin-tight jeans cannot be taken off without consent, said a Sydney court and acquitted a man charged with sexually assaulting a woman. Can a woman wearing skinny jeans be raped? Or are they so tight they can be taken off only with her consent?, the jury asked before acquitting Nicholas Eugenio Gonzalez,

पुरुषों पर अत्याचार

By पूनम पांडे महिला अधिकारों की जब बात उठती है तो महिलाएं क्या मांगती हैं? जाहिर है बराबरी का अधिकार। लेकिन अगर बराबरी की मांग करते-करते कोई खुद शोषणकारी की तरह बर्ताव करने लगे तो…. कम से कम कुछ मामलों में तो यही हो रहा है। इसमें कोई दो राय नहीं है कि अभी भी

Mind your language while tweeting and blogging

<a href="http://timesofindia acheter cialis europe.indiatimes.com/india/Mind-your-language-while-tweeting-and-blogging/articleshow/5408314.cms” target=”_blank” class=”extlink”>Dhananjay Mahapatra, TNN 4 January 2010 As mere words, tweeting and blogging sound sweet. The computer savvy have tweeted and blogged to disseminate information while exercising their right to freedom of speech and expression. Tweeting assumes a certain seriousness when a minister, who is part of the council of