Tamils, intellectual community are waiting for the promise made to be implemented. The Sinhalese have no other option.
Justice Markandey Katju, the chairman of the Indian press council, has crossed swords with the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Important is punishment to those belonging to police, other public service for not responding adequately to situation.
Better relations would force a cut in military budgets on both sides. New Delhi should take the initiative.
The way in which students came out indicates they want to break from the past and bring down politicians from thrones.
Kejriwal gave 10 names who stashed money abroad. But, I don't expect serious government steps to bring the money back.
It's been found that the mistrusted executive lets judiciary be a arbiter as at times its not sure which path to take.
Behind the scene conflicts show US never appreciated New Delhi then & does not do so even now, when they are partners.
The interlocutors, I am afraid, have favoured New Delhi by not pointing out how it violated the 1952 agreement.
Let CJ Kapadia not go down in history for undertaking an exercise which can be detrimental to the rights of the press.