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Markandey Katju

Police Kill All Accused In Telangana Rape-Murder Case; Some Shower Flowers, Others Raise Questions

Dec 06, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

In the wee hours of Friday, the Telangana police killed all the four accused in the rape and murder of a 26-year-old female veterinarian.

'Law Violated, Fake Encounter': Lawyers, Activists Raise Questions Over Killing Of Telangana Rape-Murder Accused

Dec 06, 2019 Aritry Das

'The police themselves are acting like investigator, judge and jury', says a woman rights activist on the police encounter of four rape-murder accused.

'What's The Point Of Courts, Law': Politicians Divided Over Telangana Encounter

Maneka Gandhi, Kejriwal raise questions about role of law while most others celebrate.

Opinion | A Course Correction Required, My Lord

Nov 21, 2018 Markandey Katju

What was Justice Gogoi so upset about regarding the CBI hearing? It was much ado about nothing. But it is extremely demoralising to make disparaging comments against independent media.

Trump's Opposition To Chinese Imperialism Overshadows His Defects

While capturing foreign markets, the Chinese were carefully protecting their own by high tariffs. It has to be said to the credit of President Trump that he has called the Chinese bluff, and bluntly told the Chinese that this won't do.

02 May, 2017

Katju Suggests Film-Title That Could Be A Hit: 'Planet Of The Cows'

Outlook Web Bureau

Adding, Katju said that his proposed magnum opus “will gross ten times more profits than 'Bahubali'”.

14 October, 2016

Biharis Can Go To The Moon! What's Pakistan, Milord??

Giridhar Jha

Katju's Bihar and Kashmir combo offer hurts Biharis.

04 October, 2016

'Situation Worse Than Mahabharata's End Ahead Of India'

Markandey Katju

Markandey Katju's warning to the nation about the times to come

03 October, 2016

A Full-Blown Guerilla War Is Developing In Kashmir: Markandey Katju

Markandey Katju

“The truth is most of the Kashmiri youth have been thoroughly alienated, and are intensely hostile to India. An army can fight another army, it cannot fight the masses”

11 August, 2016

IPL Betting Scandal Encroached Into BCCI Management: Ajay Shirke

Qaiser Mohammad Ali

Katju was hired to get best possible advice, says BCCI secretary

10 August, 2016

Some Fundamental Legal Issues

Markandey Katju

The SC has permitted Lodha Committee not only to change the constitution and rules of the BCCI, but also to impose punishment.

04 January, 2016

Vinaashkaale Vipreet Buddhi

Markandey Katju

Within the last 10 months Kejriwal has, by his arrogance and self esteem, like Kalidas cut off the branch on which he was sitting

26 December, 2015

The Pakistan Visit

Markandey Katju

The Prime Minister's Lahore visit is being trumpeted by our TRP driven media as a 'Masterstroke' and a great diplomatic breakthrough. But what does it really signify?

24 October, 2015

Our Real Enemies Are Abroad?

Markandey Katju

Developed countries make Indians fight with each other on caste and communal lines, operating through their agents, which include many of the political parties in India.

17 October, 2015

A Judiciary Beyond Redemption

Markandey Katju

What difference will it make whether we have the NJAC or Collegium? So far as the public is concerned, is it not a difference between Tweedledum and Tweedledee?

03 October, 2015

The Beefy Conundrum

Markandey Katju

A cow is only an animal, like a horse. How can it be called 'Gomata'?

22 September, 2015

The Truth About Netaji

Markandey Katju

Is declassification of Netaji files a serious issue?

01 July, 2015

An Appeal To Non Muslims

Markandey Katju

Everyone should keep one day roza on 4th July.

Photo Gallery

This photo shows aftermath of a looted street in Honiara's Chinatown, Solomon Islands. Violence receded in the capital of the Solomon Islands, but the government showed no signs of addressing the underlying grievances...

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Vehicles move on a road as smog envelops the historical Badshahi mosque and the surrounding area of Lahore, Pakistan. People of Lahore and adjacent areas are suffering from respiratory problems because of poor air...

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A resident walks past an old district in Beijing, China.

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Tobias Mueller of Germany falls while competing with Johannes Aujesky of Austria during the small final in men's ski cross during the FIS Ski Cross World Cup, a test event for the 2022 Winter Olympics, at the Genting...

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Protestors take to the streets of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou calling for President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to resign. The protest comes after the deadliest attack in years against the security forces in the...

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