02 November , 2013
MAN VS NATURE
By Anil Dhir from Gopalpur
When Cyclone Phailin
“Death would have been bliss, compared to the living-hell we are facing,” said Krishna Ellama, a fisherman, who had stayed put in the seaside village of Markundi in Ranglaiunda Block of Ganjam. When I visited the village, three days after the cyclone, along a team led by BJP heavyweight Biswabhusan .....
Deepak Kumar Rath
MEDIA’S DIALOGUE WITH PAKISTAN!
By Rajinder Puri
Readers will recall my response to Pakistan High Commissioner Mr. Salman Bashir’s criticism of the Indian media. I had put to him the question .......
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
SATIRICUS considers himself the quintessential aam aadmi. With elections round the corner, that makes him the pillar of our electoral democracy. .....
WILL POLITICAL CORRECTNESS DEFINE SOCIAL CORRECTNESS?
By Sanjeev Chopra, Ashwini Sharma & Faizi Hashmi
The recent media attack against a college principal in Delhi, following the unfortunate attempt at self-immolation .....
POOR TURNOUTS AT RAHUL RALLIES GIVE WORRY TO CONGRESS
The problem facing the Crown Prince is that unlike in the past when he rode .....
AIR FORCE WITHOUT AIRCRAFT
By PR Gautam
The India Air Force is experiencing the crisis situation, at a time when it is short by many squadrons of combat aircraft. The Indian Air Force currently operates 34 combat .....
THE ROOTS OF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
By George Friedman
In general, Stratfor deals with U.S. domestic politics only to the extent that it affects international affairs. Certainly, this topic has been .....
LETTER TO DEATH PENALTY LOVERS ON FACEBOOK
By Debolina Dutta
The death penalty
My dear death penalty lovers on Facebook,
FB walls have always been a quick and easy source .....
RAJASTHAN ELECTIONS: CASTE PLAYS AN IMPORTANT FACTOR
By PB Chandra from Jaipur
In the caste-ridden society in Rajasthan, the upper castes, which enjoyed an edge in the post-independent India’s electoral battles, .....
SACRIFICE IN THE NAME OF RELIGION
By Joydeep Dasgupta from Guwahati
Religion is opium, say communists. But spiritualists are of the belief that religion is life and religious intoxication leads to self-discovery of one’s .....
YOUTH YOUR DUTY
By Swami Chinmayananda
We can give others only what we have, whether health, money, emotional sensitivity or intellectual brilliance. Youth are no more children, nor have they the frenzied responsibilities of adulthood; .....
GAIL CHAIRMAN GETS FIVE-YEAR EXTENSION
Chairman and Managing Director of state-owned Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) BC Tripathy has been given a five-year extension by the government .....
HOW TO INNOVATE GROWTH
By Ashok Kumar
Innovation is the key to gaining and maintaining a competitive advantage in the business world. Using multi-functional research from economics, organisational theory, .....
LG G2: CAN IT MAKE “LIFE’S GOOD”?
By Rohan Pal
LG is back in the android market with its new phone LG G2. The most awaited phone, it would change the experience of using smartphones and would also give a tough fight to the .....
STEVIA: A BOON FOR DIABETICS
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Stevia is an exceptionally sweet medicinal plant. If you put stevia leaves in your mouth and chew, they are very sweet to taste. The sugar derived from this plant has 300 times the sweetness of the normal sugar .....
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