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The Travesty Of Justice In 2G, Coalgate Scams Shows Why We Badly Need A Lokpal And An Autonomous CBI
The two judgements bear out the well-known adage that, often, courts are courts of law and not courts of justice.
Feb 27, 2018
From President To Emperor: What Aided The Rise Of Xi Jinping To Power?
Xi successfully rode the ferocious Chinese nationalism. His rise was accompanied by a surge in economic numbers, something that provided the Chinese with economic security and served to quieten dissent
Feb 27, 2018
In A Land Of Rising Unemployment And Rural Distress, Finance Minister Does Little To Strengthen Mental Healthcare
Nearly 650-700 lakh people in India are in need of care for various mental disorders amongst all age groups
Feb 23, 2018
An Idea To Halt Scams: Turn PSU Banks Into Deposit-Only Franchise And Let Private Banks Lend Money
Privatising or selling off India's PSU bank jewels may be a lucrative idea for a government that wants quick-fixes, but it is not really so.
Kumar Shankar Roy
Feb 23, 2018
Teaching In The Times Of War: A Powerful Account Of How War Affected American Students
"Good news is that the students want to learn. The bad news: nowadays, they tend to think that the men who flew those planes on 9/11 were from Iran.”
Feb 23, 2018
Dear RSS, Burning With Patriotism Does Not Win Wars
What does Bhagwat think his militia will do once it is at the border? Does he think that the Chinese will come rushing down the mountains with rifles in their hands?
Feb 21, 2018
India Will Gain More By Maintaining Friendly Relationship With Trudeau Administration
Even if Modi is concerned about growing Sikh separatism in Canada, it is commonsense that India will gain more by maintaining a friendly-working relationship with Trudeau
Feb 20, 2018
Why Cauvery Verdict Might Encourage New Water Conflicts To Emerge In India And Why Supreme Court Should Remain Prepared To Deal With Them
The SC verdict is a landmark verdict. It clearly rules that the rivers are national assets and no state can claim sole right over it.
Feb 17, 2018
Bhagwat’s Better-Than-Army Comment And Brownshirts’ Appeal To Replace The German Army
Dejavu: In 1934, Head of Hitler’s Brownshirts wanted his force to replace army as main fighting force of Germany
Feb 14, 2018
PM Modi’s Foray Into The West Asia Quagmire
All the leaders he met have sought a greater Indian role in promoting security in the region. Neither has any details been spelt out nor is there any indication of an Indian initiative.
Feb 12, 2018
When A Woman Laughs Out Loud (LOL), Why Does It Offend Indian Males?
There is something about laughter emanating from female lips that inexplicably offends Indian sensibility. Maybe laughter shows a woman as having “too much free time away from the kitchen”.
Feb 09, 2018
Where Are The Moral Concerns Over India’s Growing Intimacy With The Myanmar Military?
Is it morally right for India to assist and bolster an army that has been widely accused of serious human rights violations to the tune of ethnic cleansing and even, genocide?
Feb 07, 2018
Revival Of Electoral Fortunes Of The Congress Is A Good Omen For Secular And Democratic India
While BJP offers a conservative, rightwing, majoritarian brand of politics, Congress Party is the only party in the country, with a matching alternative base and ideology to challenge it.
Feb 07, 2018
Modi Wisely Adopts
Strategy In Defence Spending: Carry Small Stick But Shout Loudly
India's annual defence spending has been more or less flat as annual 6% increase manages to cover only inflation.
Feb 03, 2018
'Modicare’ Could End Up Being A Bonanza For Corporate Hospitals
Given the current rate at which the hospitals charge the patients for everything, Rs five lakh may seem to be peanuts.
Feb 02, 2018
India’s New Hydrocarbon Exploration And Licensing Policy A Spectacular Failure
Not one foreign oil company showed any interest in auction for 55 blocks covering 59,282 sq.km. Reliance, BP, Niko absent in the initial bidding round
Bhamy V. Shenoy
Jan 30, 2018
'Distributed Growth Model' Is The Need Of The Hour. Growth Alone Will Not Suffice
Rajendra Pratap Gupta
Jan 29, 2018
'Horrendous Acts Of Mobocracy': SC Condemns Mob Lynchings
Mayawati Removes Party Leader Who Raked Up Sonia Gandhi’s ‘Foreign Origin’
Delhi Air Hostess Was Beaten Up By Husband During Honeymoon, Alleges Mother
When Micro Irrigation Becomes Urine-Fed Under The Currents Of Translation
The Familiar Global Eeriness of The Job
World Cup 2018: Here Are Key Takeaways From The Championship
Will Soap Nut Trees Save Bangalore's Bellandur Lake That Catches Fire?
The Stigma Of Being A 'Delhi Agent’ In Kashmir
Trains Moving With Less Delay But Railway Enquiry Service Fails To Deliver
Veteran Actress Rita Bhaduri Dies At 62
'Nothing Short Of Treasonous': Trump Faces Ire For Comments During Putin Meet
Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: Pak To File Counter-Memorial Today
MP: Denied Ambulance, Woman Forced To Give Birth In Moving Bus
Husband Of Delhi Air Hostess, Who Allegedly Committed Suicide, Arrested
Anurag Kashyap Hails Rahul Gandhi's 'Sacred Games' Take, Some Unimpressed
Will 'Hindu-Muslim' Talk Make India Number 1, Arvind Kejriwal Asks PM Modi
How A Kashmiri Man Who Left Home To Join Militancy Became Coke Studio Sensation
Engineering Student Gangraped, Filmed, Blackmailed For Money; Three Youths Arrested In Andhra Pradesh
At least 47 Killed As Bus Falls Into Gorge In Uttarakhand's Pauri Garhwal
Challenges To Honest Journalism Before, During & After Emergency: A Scribe’s Account
One Year Of GST: The Hits Definitely Outnumber The Misses
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