Wednesday, 28 September, 2022

Topic: UIDAI

Last Laughs (The best of political cartoons, 6 January – 12 January)

The best Indian cartoons of the week, chosen by senior editors at ThePrint.

Both critics and advocates of Aadhaar are oblivious to one simple fact

Both the critics and advocates of Aadhaar agree that the levers of govt ought to be harnessed to impose their particular agenda on to hapless citizens.

UIDAI stands ground for filing FIR against reporter, says she committed crime

Regulator says FIR is against the crime that reporter Rachna Khaira committed to get the story. Reporter says she stands by her story. Chandigarh/New Delhi:...

Privacy is a fundamental right, Supreme Court rules

The apex court also overruled two previous Constitution bench judgements that had held that right to privacy is not protected under the Constitution.

On Camera


Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Yogendra Yadav at the Bharat Jodo Yatra | YogendraYadav/Facebook

‘Congress must die’, I said in 2019. What I meant then, and what’s changed now

At this juncture in history, you don't hold on to grudges. Following Paul Samuelson, I ask everyone: 'When the situation changes, I change my assessment. What about you, sir?'
The logo of the Adani Group is seen on the facade of one of its buildings on the outskirts of Ahmedabad | Reuters file photo

From ports to energy transition — Adani Group to invest over $100 billion in next decade

Speaking at Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore, Adani said the group intends to do more as a solar player & has earmarked 70% of the investment for the energy transition space.


Parts of Iranian made 'suicide' drone Shahed-136 after being shot down by the Ukrainian military | Reuters

All about Shahed-136, Iran’s ‘kamikaze’ drone that Russia is using to strike Ukraine

Over the past few days, Russia has hit multiple targets using these Iranian-supplied drones—including civilian structures and amenities—leading to the death of several Ukrainians.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

AAP’s filling a big vacuum in Indian politics. Question is how long it can sustain without ideology

If you find admiration for AAP qualified, if not muted among many of the Modi-BJP’s critics, it is because they question it for its lack of ideological clarity. Especially on secularism.