Sunday Best: A compilation of Express must-reads

Dec 22 2013, 16:57 IST
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The Sunday Express stories on a platter. Read them and you would be ready to take on the day. The Sunday Express stories on a platter. Read them and you would be ready to take on the day.
SummaryWe give you the best of The Sunday Express stories in a platter.

From the tales of domestic helps working in Indian homes to the Indian migrants who returned from Saudi Arabia to the views of an AAP MLA on Delhi government formation, we give you the best of The Sunday Express stories on a platter. Read them and you would be ready to take on the day.

Feeling the Gulf: Meet the men who returned from Saudi Arabia in wake of its 'nitaqat' law

In the years they spent in the country as unskilled or semi-skilled labour, they shifted jobs, moved secretly, renewed work permits by paying hefty amounts, and lived in bonded labour-like conditions — till one day, the Saudi government fixed a deadline and they had to leave. Read More...

Odisha's vicious migration cycle: 'Do you want to part with your leg or hand?'

A December night two desperate men, held captive by a labour contractor, were asked this, and had to make a choice. Read More...

As domestic help's story roils India, US, others like her share their tales of hope and tragedy

The rescued Vasant Kunj girl who is now hoping to study again, her mother who can't afford to bring a second daughter home, and the others are streaming out of Jharkhand to work in Indian homes — on hope and chance. Read More...

On Delhi govt, AAP MLA has an answer from public: 'Why the question?'

His constituents want AAP to form the government. They also want him to keep the Cong, BJP away. Bhardwaj finds that if this dilemma has a resolution, the party won't find it among the public. Read More...

'If an issue of morality is to be decided by majority, then fundamental right has no meaning'

At this Idea Exchange, Retd Delhi HC Chief Justice and the man behind a landmark verdict decriminalising homosexuality, Justice A P Shah feels the Supreme Court setting aside that order is unfortunate. Read More...

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