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Ram Jethmalani

'Calculated Psychological Offensives And Mind Games'

May 06, 2014 K.S. Radhakrishnan

The SC upholds its order jailing Subrata Roy Sahara and slams "affronts, jibes and carefully and consciously planned snubs" by his lawyers

'The Party Has Committed Suicide'

May 30, 2013 Ram Jethmalani

The noted lawyer writes to the BJP President blaming "the corrupt collaborators" of the corrupt UPA within the BJP


'Our Bankruptcy Of Talent'

'Tongue tied leaders busy pulling down one another and creating unmistakable impression that they are suffering from some inexplicable inertia and paralysis'

'I Have Never Been Sorry That I Took Up That Case'

Nov 03, 2009 Shreevatsa Nevatia

Defending the accused conspirators of Indira Gandhi’s assassination was no easy task. The senior lawyer talks about a battle which he both won and lost.  


'Nandita Did Not Understand What Was Being Argued'

'You were only suggesting to the Court that there are more humane methods of carrying out the death sentence and a lethal injection is one of them. You never suggested to the Court that your client is guilty but he should be given such an injection.'

02 August, 2006

A Total Sense Of Futility

Ram Jethmalani

'We have not paid sufficient attention and reverence to the message which we have received from the President ... When you are caught napping and found guilty of a breach of the Constitution, you must gracefully accept the consequences of the breach


29 November, 2005

'What Has Sonia Done?'

Ram Jethmalani

Is it or is it not an overheated act of political malice that you must ask for the resignation of Mrs. Sonia Gandhi? What has she done? Is there a trickle of evidence against that poor woman that she should resign from the post which she is holding?


09 June, 2004

'Vajpayee Was Being Ruled By Others'

Sheela Reddy

'He was just enjoying his prime ministership... The man had lost his grip. Everyday he was slurring in his speech...he had no control over things-- he didn't know how to manage the RSS, the L.K. Advanis and the Arun Jaitleys...'


02 August, 2002

Interference? What Interference?

Ram Jethmalani

After all, don't we ask the US to pressure Pak? Can't they argue that they are entitled to conduct their foreign policy in any manner they like? What's the big deal about Colin Powell's remarks?


Photo Gallery

Bajrang Dal members stage a protest against the recent killings of Hindus and vandalism of a Durga idol by miscreants in Bangladesh, at Krishnanagar in Nadia.

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Visually impaired make 'diyas' for the upcoming Diwali festival, inside Andh Kanya Prakash Gruh in Ahmedabad.

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Farmers ride tractors as they move towards a protest site during an agitation against Noida authority, in Noida.

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Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi addresses media persons after a cabinet meeting in Chandigarh.

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Kutumba Surakshya Mission NGO members protest against the recent killing of Hindus and vandalism of Durga idol in puja pandal by miscreants in Bangladesh, in front of the office of the Assistant High Commissioner of...

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