The vice-chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Personal Law Board and the Deputy Grand Mufti of the state Nasirul Islam has asked Muslims in India to demand a separate country.
One thing is clear from the first day of screening: wherever the state government and police remained extra alert, vandals and hooligans failed to indulge in unruly acts.
The cinema hall owners have been watching the situation as it unfolded and have found to their dismay that the state governments and their police were not acting tough against the protesters.
It is the duty of each state government, to abide by the Supreme Court order, and provide full security to such cinema halls.
It now seems clear that neither Kejriwal nor his party leaders know how to run a government or an assembly.
The bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra reminded the state governments of their obligation to protect the fundamental right granted in the Constitution by ensuring law and order.
One theory that is being floated is that the demonetized notes might have been kept for exchange through the Nepal, Bhutan routes, but the RBI clarified that demonetized currency notes were no more legal tender in those two neighbouring countries.
The Supreme Court had, in 2012, asked the government to completely phase out Haj subsidy. On the face of it, the subsidy was not benefiting Haj pilgrims, but the airlines, who were getting the subsidy directly from the government.
It is now time for the United States to not only shut off all monetary aid to Pakistan, but also stop military supplies to our hostile neighbour.
In his letter, Rizvi has alleged that most of the madrasas are being run by Muslim clerics, who are imparting "misplaced and misconceived" religious education to Muslim children.
It is the responsibility of parents in the Valley to appeal to the misguided youths, because terrorism is a blind alley.
Vishwas revealed how during the last seven months he was being consistently sidelined by the party leadership.
The External Affairs Ministry in Delhi dismissed the video as "propagandistic exercise" which "simply carries no credibility".
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis chose not to commit the mistake done by his counterpart in neighbouring Gujarat, where police took action against Dalits, and this gave rise to emergence of local Dalit leaders.
In the last 70 years of independence, political parties had been taking donations from corporates and individuals, and most of the money was unaccounted.
Clearly, Pakistan is doing this to assuage US concerns, similarly like the cosmetic "house arrest" of Hafiz Saeed last year.
Police is now on the lookout of the absconding restro-bar managers and owners, but the deaths of 14 people have laid bare the venality of the entire system that includes the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, the fire brigade and police.
If Kulbhushan Jadhav is alright, he has not been tortured, then what is the problem in providing him consular access?
For the last 29 years, chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh had been avoiding visits to Noida because of the widespread superstition that any CM visiting Noida loses his or her seat soon after.
Few people will try to understand that it was the Supreme Court which had described the 2G licence allotments as "arbitrary, capricious and contrary to public interest", and had cancelled all 122 licences.
The Centre should first concentrate on removing polluting industries from the banks of Ganga, and then think of "revisiting" centuries-old Hindu traditions.
In his speeches, Rahul incessantly attacked Modi's Gujarat model, but 49 per cent of voters in Gujarat voted for Modi.
The victory in Gujarat reinforces the trust people had in Modi's leadership, and the hopes of Modi's opponents have been dashed.
While it appeared initially that Patidars' anger could harm BJP, it was Modi who changed the atmosphere in the final lap of campaigning.
Congress leaders like Anand Sharma have been posing questions based on rumours, and one should be aware about the sources trying to create unnecessary panic among bank depositors.
Modi always thinks originally, has innovative ideas and implements them suddenly. When denied a roadshow, the Prime Minister opted for an airshow to the delight of his fans and supporters.
One expects experienced administrators like Dr Singh and Hamid Ansari to avoid getting caught in such a trap, and if they do, they should admit the same.
Right from the time when Sonia Gandhi used the phrase 'maut ke saudagar' to the 'khoon ki dalali' remark by Rahul Gandhi, Modi read out names of almost all senior Congress leaders who had hurled abuses at him.
The Congress leadership did the right thing in first asking Aiyar to apologize, and later suspending him from the primary membership of the party.
The question now is under whose pressure did Kapil Sibal tell the Supreme Court that he wanted the hearing to be deferred till 2019?
Kapil Sibal's request in SC comes on the eve of polling in Gujarat, where the party is trying to prove Rahul's identity as a devout "janeu" wearing Hindu and a devotee of Lord Shiva.
Mani Shanker Aiyar has this knack of making a funny remark at the wrong time. He sought to compare Rahul's ascension with Aurangzeb.
Though Yogi has given credit to the "vision" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the "strategy" of BJP chief Amit Shah, the credit rightly goes to him.
The notable fact is that this growth was recorded under the new GST regime which was ushered in from July 1.
The question is: who was responsible for this faux pas during elections? Naturally, neither Rahul nor Ahmed Patel would have committed such an error.
So far, the Congress tried its best not to make the poll campaign in Gujarat, a Modi versus Rahul battle, but on Monday, Modi demolished their strategy.