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    ...Illustration: C R Sasikumar The Rajya Sabha election in Gujarat last week has led to much debate about the powers of the Election Commission and the future of electoral politics in the country. One of the important issues which arise from the sequence of events in the last week is how do we construct a fair and transparent electoral system, which does not give a chance for recrimination and allegations, especially against the referee, whom we as players respect in the course of the electoral contest. The other issue is about the use of muscle and money power by the Congress. The party resorted to desperate tactics like muffling the voices of its own representatives. Forty-four Congress legislators were taken outside Gujarat, at a time when they were required to serve the flood-hit people of their constituencies. ...

    Indian Express on Aug. 17, 2017, 12:30 a.m.

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    ... The ongoing litigation before the Supreme Court between those fighting for the protection of an ossified personal law, triple talaq, and those who want to go beyond discriminatory customs is at the heart of the struggle for a “New India”. The choices before us, as citizens who want a progressive, liberal, democratic India, are very clear and it is time that we come down decisively for a more equitable and egalitarian republic. A few things need to be understood before we address the question of personal law and women’s rights. First, the dispute is not about any specific religion or community, it is about women from all communities. Second, the dispute is not a question of religion, as some people are trying to make it out, but it is a question that relates to the kind of society we want to see in India. To create a nation is not an easy task, especially in a country like ours that is composed of thousands of communities. ...

    Indian Express on June 3, 2017, 1:37 a.m.

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    ...The Bill establishes Compensatory Afforestation Funds at the National and the State levels. It makes provision for administration and regulation of money utilization from the National and the State Funds and paves the way for disbursing funds for the benefit of the people living in the remote parts of the country. The funds will be received from payments collected as compensation for loss of the forest ecosystem. In the recent past, use of forest lands for non-forest purposes, especially for industrial and infrastructural projects and its effects on the people living in those areas, had been a matter of debate. The CAF Bill is an important step in the direction of addressing those issues. ...

    NDTV on Aug. 4, 2016, midnight