16-July-2016

the hindu
1.No nod needed for clinical trial on brain-dead patients.

Despite ethical and regulatory concerns being raised over a clinical trial to ‘revive’ brain-dead patients, the study’s principal investigator Dr. Himanshu Bansal has said that he will continue with the trial.  read more

2.Behind the rage in south Kashmir.

As unrest grips the Valley in the aftermath of Burhan Wani’s death, the challenge is to avert another round of large-scale insurgency.read more

3.Why not a Common Civil Code for all?

A set of laws to govern personal matters of all citizens irrespective of religion is the cornerstone of true secularism.  read more

4.Citizenship Act to be amended soon.

The decision will benefit mostly Hindus from Pakistan, Bangladesh.  read more

5.India rejects Oli Charge on Nepal political crisis.

The decision will benefit mostly Hindus from Pakistan, Bangladesh.  read more

tio
1.Militancy As Culture.

Unhappy militants are usually unhappy in the same way. What connects, for example, the Northern Irish and the Basque Spanish, of the past, read more

tie
1.Disruption,The big theme of our Times.

Incidents happen, both serious and trivial, when we travel, but many of them are quickly forgotten.  read more

2.AFSPA not a License to Kill.

The recent judgment of the Supreme Court against the use of excessive force by security forces against militants in Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) areas comes at a time when protests against the “draconian” law have been mounting. read more

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