- It is Media Vs Yogi now… Mr Rajdeep, are you listening?
- Yogi Adityanath should practice Media Moun Vrat and follow Ulysses Contract
- The countdown to Karnataka Assembly Elections have begun
- Do You want an Uniform Civil Code in India?
- Is it deemed that Supreme Court has suspended Cauvery Tribunal Award notification?
Monthly Archives: March 2013
The third point in the charter of demands placed before the prospective candidates seeking election in Bangalore/Karnataka is 3. Recognize the fact that Netizens have their own security needs and develop an effective Cyber Security policy for the State and … Continue reading
The second point indicated in the Charter of Demands of Netizens placed before the candidates seeking election from Bangalore and Karnataka is 2. Recognize and the fact that Netizens have their own Infrastructural needs and develop a “Netizen Welfare Policy” … Continue reading
In the Charter of Demand by Netizens of Bangalore proposed by the undersigned, several demands have been listed. I am trying to explain the demands further through a series of articles. This is the first of the series on Digital … Continue reading
Netizens of Bangalore Demand… Karnataka is going to polls shortly. Political parties are busy in finalizing their candidates. An action group called Bangalore Political Action Committee (BPAC) which consists of eminent personalities such as Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Mohandas Pai and … Continue reading
The Chairman of Press Council of India, Justice Markandeya Katju, a former judge of the Supreme Court has completely abdicated his right to the quasi judicial position by repeatedly airing his political views on various issues of public interest. His … Continue reading
AIFON has been pursuing with the Karnataka Government about the need to correct the great injustice done to the cyber crime victims of Karnataka by the previous IT Secretary of the State. The matter relates to the adjudication order passed … Continue reading