The writer is leader of the Congress in Lok Sabha
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury writes: BJP must remember Vivekananda's words on fanaticism. No country has become an economic powerhouse with its society divided, and a section of its population made to feel small
Our institutional weaknesses in terms of setting up oxygen plants or ramping up vaccination, the government’s arrogant and disrespectful dismissal of all criticism as anti-national, have dealt a shattering blow to the Rising India story.
How, in the name of the pandemic, can a people's representative sit in the comfort of his or her home especially when our farmers are sitting on the roads for days together? We should continue to meet, though for a shorter period
Sources said the MPs will have informal discussions with representatives of the Defence Ministry and the Northern Army Command in Leh on October 28 on “provisioning, procurement and issue of high altitude clothing, equipment, ration and housing”.
We need to explore innovative long-term efficacious and durable initiatives to mend fences in the neighbourhood and provide them with the comfort to look beyond the sphere of Chinese influence.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury writes: The people are eagerly awaiting the resumption of Parliament, especially at a time the country is reeling from a monstrous pandemic and concerned about the Chinese aggression.
The tragic deaths of our brave and courageous soldiers cannot and should not go in vain. This is a time for firm resolve and prudence, to stay united and determined in the commitment to protect the integrity of the nation and its people.
Migrant workers must be able to believe that this is a country for all, without any discrimination. They do not require mercy, they should be allowed to live with dignity.