04 August , 2012
INDIA'S DISAPPEARING CHILDREN
By Colonel US Rathore
November 2006 NOIDA (Uttar Pradesh): Three-year-old son of a CEO of a multinational company is abducted for ransom. The Police act with rare urgency and dispatch and rescues the child within five days.
December 2006 Nithari, NOIDA: Skeletons of several .....
CAN SHETTAR BE SAFFRON SPIDERMAN?
Deepak Kumar Rath
TOWARDS INVISIBLE WORLD GOVERNMENT?
By Rajinder Puri
Globalization is inevitable. Technology continues to shrink the world. Globalization is also desirable. It facilitates bonding between nationalities ......
ROTTING FOOD GRAINS: WRONG AGENDA
By Joginder Singh
In the play Hamlet, one of the characters mentions about something rotten in the State of Denmark. When this ......
PRANABDA’ S DATE WITH DESTINY
By Kishore Gandhi
I begin this piece with my perception of Pranabda flowing—from Madhuda Surendra Mohan Ghosh, ....
BAHUGUNA ON FRONT FOOT
By M Mukundan from Dehradun
Four months after he was nominated as Uttarakhand Chief Minister, former high court judge Vijay Bahuguna made an ‘impressive’ entry into the state assembly with his recent .....
BJP RELUCTANTLY CLINGS ON TO YEDDYURAPPA
By Rajesh Kamath From Bengaluru
It was one of those tough calls for the BJP central leadership. With the rebel BS Yeddyurappa camp hell-bent on DV Sadananda Gowda’s scalp ....
LANGUAGE NEWS AGENCIES LOST IN TRANSLATION
By Om Gupta
A language news agency is a media organisation that identifies, gathers and processes information for the purpose of making a news item ....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
STUPENDOUSLY SECULAR Satiricus must admiringly admit that for secularism in India there is really no looking back. He had thought that with Messrs
POLITICKING OVER PANDITS’ RETURN
By Sunita Vakil
Pawns in successive governments’ Kashmir chessboard, Kashmiri Pandit (KP) migrants are once again being
Padgaonkar Committee Report
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN J&K
By Maj. Gen. RK Kaushal
In its modern history; since 1930 the state politics has been full of deceit, mistrust
JAL Thermal Plant
THE DUST REFUSES TO SETTLE
By Manshi Asher
A landmark High Court verdict has ordered JAL’s illegally cleared thermal power plant in Himachal closed and levied damages of Rs 100 crore. But the
Public Hearing Crushed
THE PROPOSED CRUSHER UNIT
By Shrikant Panda from Keonjhar
While some crusher units are mushrooming in the district of Keonjhar, relentless efforts on the part of “KIRDTI”, a
Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Bill, 2011
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
By Sanjeev Sirohi
The Union Cabinet has in principle approved the proposal to introduce the Mines and .....
PINKI PRAMANIK OR SOCIETY? The Naked Truth
By Joydeep Dasgupta from Kolkata
It is generally seen in India that sports and sportspersons often remain in limelight for all bad reasons. .....
HOW MUCH DO INDIANS CONSUME?
By Darryl D’ Monte
While India’s per capita material consumption is still low, a new report reveals that in 50 years India’s consumption ....
RAJESH KHANNA: ALONE IN THE MULTITUDE
By Suresh Kohli
Although one had been a great admirer of his abundant talent, there was something about him that was foreboding about the actor who had come .....
EVOLVING LEADERSHIP QUALITIES
By Ashok Kumar
The business component in Corporate Sufi covers engagement, empowerment, efficiency, ....
A SLICE OF THE HIMALAYAS
By Padmini Jain
Like me if you had been fascinated by Rajesh Khanna jumping in and out of the toy train in Mere sapno ki rani, you sure would have longed to go to Darjeeling some day. .....
Forecast Week Beginning On July 28, 2012
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Number 1 (Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month)
You’re in the driver’s seat this week, and you finally ....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Sugarcane can be considered the champion among the members of grass family. It contains all natural minerals and vitamins which are exceedingly valuable to our body. Whenever .....
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