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Intelligence Bureau Jeopardizes Independence Of Judiciary

Mar 14, 2020 Utsav Singh Bains

The misuse of the Intelligence Bureau to intimidate independent judges like Justice Muralidhar is worrying and an attack on the independence of the judiciary.

Who Is Responsible For Crimes Committed By 'Patriotic Gangsters', Who Help Intelligence Agencies

Feb 29, 2020

It is true that criminals are used by intelligence and crime agencies all over the world to collect information. However, checking them not to exceed their brief is the most difficult responsibility, writes Vappala Balachandran.


You Can’t Win Elections Only Because You Speak Well; People Should Refrain From Artificial Marketing: Nitin Gadkari

"Winning elections is important but if socioeconomic transformation does not take place... progress of country and society does not take place, then you getting elected and the incumbent getting defeated has no meaning," Gadkari said.

Separatist Leader Syed Ali Geelani Says IB Official Approached Him For 'Talks', He Refused Offer

Mar 16, 2018 Outlook Bureau

He termed "all these attempts as futile, saying it is nothing more than a tactic to buy time by New Delhi."


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