Chrystia Freeland’s Dilemma | Chatelaine

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 4 Until the start of this year, Chrystia Freeland was Justin Trudeau’s most high-profile cabinet minister. That changed in February when Jody Wilson-Raybould, the former attorney general and minister of justice, said she’d been inappropriately pressured by the prime minister and his staff over the handling of bribery and fraud charges […]

Bauhaus: All about the art movement as it turns 100

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Getty Images Bauhaus is a German artistic movement which started in April 1919 but is still hugely influential today. The word means ‘building house’ in German but it’s much more than just that – it changed people’s minds about what art was supposed to be. The movement encouraged a new […]

What’s the controversy?- Business News

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 The Supreme Court on Friday asked all political parties to furnish receipts of electoral bonds along with identity and bank account details of the donors and the amounts received in a sealed cover to the Election Commission by May 30. The order – passed on a petition filed by NGO […]

Supreme Court: View: Electoral bonds a red herring in campaign finance reform

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Attorney General Venugopal made some ludicrous arguments in defence of the electoral bonds whose validity is under challenge in the Supreme Court. Why on earth, he wondered, would voters care who funds political parties? After all, they should judge the parties and candidates as they are. This is like saying […]

The Assange Arrest is a Warning From History

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinPrint Post Views: 0 Drawing by Nathaniel St. Clair The glimpse of Julian Assange being dragged from the Ecuadorean embassy in London is an emblem of the times. Might against right. Muscle against the law. Indecency against courage. Six policemen manhandled a sick journalist, his eyes wincing against his first natural light in  almost seven […]