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  • Futures trading misused for market manipulations, tax evasion- Lawmaker

    Dr.  T N Seema, the appealing CPM leader from Kerala, is known for her outstanding oratory skills.   Issues concerning the proletariat are always precious to this youthful, soft-spoken Member of Parliament (Rajyasabha).   As a member of the Parliamentary Standing Committee for Consumer Affairs she always fought for issues like price rise, the ever burning issue […]

    Corruption: PM Guarding the Guilty, says BJP Lawmaker

    By Suresh Kumar Corruption is worse than prostitution. The latter might endanger the morals of an individual, the former invariably endangers the morals of the entire country. Karl Kraus The much talked about Lokpal Bill aimed at curbing corruption is getting drafted to be presented in the coming monsoon session of the Parliament.  Here  the […]

    Magazine for Hyderabad Police “The Hyderabad Protector” Launched

    Hyderabad: A bi-monthly magazine, titled THE HYDERABAD PROTECTOR, brought out exclusively for the Hyderabad Police, was launched at Police Mess, Masab Tank, Hyderabad on 19 January 2011 by a publishing house in a major initiative to help connect the cops with the public. The magazine, published by New Media in association with the Hyderabad Police, […]

    2010: A Year of Kismat for Comexes

    By Suresh Unnithan 2010 was a year of  fortune for the commodity market in India and its regulator, the Forward Markets Commission (FMC).  This year the market created an all-time record in terms of turnover  and the much awaited Forward Contracts (Regulation) Amendment Bill 2010, proposed to provide autonomy to the commodity market watchdog, was […]

    Why Nira Radia lobbied for Raja?

    By S K Visary If the taped conversation of the controversial PR executive Nira Radia  is to be believed  her prime motive was not to install Raja as the Communication minister at the Centre, but to prevent Dayanithi Maran from becoming a member of the union cabinet. Her taped conversation with Kanimozhi, the younger daughter […]

    Who is Anna Ardin? One of Assange’s Accusers

    Anna Ardin , one of the accusers of the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, is a feminist academic in her late thirties. She worked as an official with Sweden’s Social Democratic Party. She was in regular contact with Mr Assange before his move to Sweden, helping to organise his appearances at lectures as well as agreeing […]

    UPA Rule: An Era of Extra Corruption

    By Geetha V. P Prime Minister Manmohan Singh might be admired for his integrity.  But not the UPA Government he heads at the Centre.  It was a season of corruption and scandals for the Congress lead ruling coalition. In 2007 India was ranked 74 out of 180 countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and […]

    Why to Oppose JPC Probe?

    By  Suresh Kumar While the Opposition is doggedly demanding for a joint parliamentary probe into the 1.76 trillion rupee 2G spectrum scam, the voters of the country are still to be convinced on the productivity of such a probe. The BJP- lead opposition has not allowed the Houses to function for even a single day […]

    Parliament Logjam- Tax-paying Voter the Looser

    By S K Visay With the parliament  has not been able to function for the 19th day in a row,  including today , thanks to the unyielding  attitude of both the ruling and opposition parties on the Joint Parliamentary Committee probe on the infamous trillion rupee 2G spectrum scam, the national exchequer has lost about […]

    India No.1 in Swiss Accounts; More Than the GDP

    By Geetha V P It is astounding. The ill-gotten riches from India stashed in one single foreign bank amounts to 115% of our GDP and more than 7 times of the country’s external debt. According to a Swiss Banking Association report India tops with $1,456 billion among the  list of countries having bank deposits in the […]