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Kerala HC must tell Media One TV why Centre’s ban is upheld. Protect right, not secrecy

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Kerala High Court’s division bench upholding central government’s ban on Media One TV without fully disclosing reasons for refusing security clearance, is disturbing. The news channel has the right to know why it’s being banned in the least to seek redressal. The higher judiciary should protect this right, not secrecy.

Maharashtra governor’s conduct in assembly hurt India’s federal system. Centre must intervene

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari winding up his address to the joint session of legislature within a minute and walking out was uncalled for. Disruption by legislators was deplorable but Koshyari’s response was disproportionate. Governors acting like sovereigns in non-NDA-ruled states is damaging India’s federal system. The Centre must intervene.

No time for propaganda or publicity. Bring all Indian students home safe, then seek credit

Opposition parties’ criticism of BJP leaders for making a spectacle of evacuating Indian students from Ukraine is valid. One student was killed and thousands remain stranded. Tamil Nadu CM Stalin is right: It’s no time for propaganda or publicity. Bring them all home safe, then seek credit by all means.

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