08 June , 2013
PRESENT PERFECT FUTURE SHAKY?
By Anil Dhir from Bhubaneswar
One of the most plausible personalities in Indian polity, Naveen Patnaik, is on his way to complete his third term in office as the Chief Minister of Odisha. A very reluctant politician, he has transformed dynasty into participative democracy. Naveen is a well groomed aristocrat who guards his privacy .....
MY SMALL STREET TEMPLE ....
Deepak Kumar Rath
WHY NAVEEN SUCCEEDS
By Prakash Nanda
Indian politics is full of ironies. Take the case of Odisha and its Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. As a state, Odisha was created in 1936 precisely on the basis of Oriya being the predominant language.......
BJP BIDS FOR PRESIDENTIAL SYSTEM?
By Rajinder Puri
BJP leader Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudy has introduced a private member’s bill in Parliament seeking a change of our system into virtually a presidential form of government. Presumably ......
CAG: Rai was a whistleblower and conscience keeper
WILL HIS SUCCESSOR BE THE SAME?
By Saroj Nagi
On May 22, when UPA-2 celebrated its fourth anniversary—and its ninth since .....
INCREMENTAL PROGRESS BUT MORE WORK NEEDED
By Srikanth Kondapalli
A close scrutiny
The joint statement as well the press statements of the two premiers .......
SOLUTION TO THE J&K PROBLEM LIES IN NEW DELHI...
By Lt Gen (Retd.) NS Malik
J&K is an integral part of India. The only problem that can be called J&K Problem is the non- comprehension by India, its people and the government ......
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
‘PAK’ LOVE FOR DEMOCRACY
Being a na-pak nincompoop Satiricus never knew that there was ever a thing like a secular Pakistan. But one lives and learns especially from .....
CAN BJP RECOVER IN KARNATAKA?
“L” factor is party’s major and biggest predicament
By S A Hemantha Kumar from Bengaluru
Smarting under the crushing defeat suffered in the just concluded Assembly elections, the Karnataka BJP unit ......
AS YATRAS PROGRESS, WORDY DUEL INTENSIFIES
By Prakash Bhandari from Jaipur
The two yatras undertaken by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje have been reduced to a wordy duel between the two leaders. While the former’s ......
VARUN’S ACQUITTAL SHOCKS MUSLIMS
By Kulsum Mustafa from lucknow
The Uttar Pradesh government’s role in the clean chit given to BJP leader Varun Gandhi in the hate speech he made in the 2009 electioneering .....
By Parwinder Sandhu from Dehradun
Our national bird is dying a slow death and if no steps are taken soon, the glorious peacock may soon .....
TRIPLE OPPRESSION OF DALIT WOMEN PANCHAYAT MEMBERS
Meet Jharana Kapali (38), the pradhan of Lankamura panchayat in Tripura. She has won acclaim for the role she played in levelling barren
THE BANE OF MATCH- FIXING
By Joginder Singh
The earth provides
It appears that more money fuels the desire of more money. Cricketers, who earn more money than most of the public servants, have been caught with their pants down by Delhi,
MOTHERS OF BOLLYWOOD
By Parwinder Sandhu
Mere Pass Maa Hai, the iconic dialogue from Deewar is perhaps the best to describe the importance of the mother in Hindi films. Ever since the inception of the cinema the role of a mother has virtually evolved .....
By JS Rajput
The cover page of this book brings a smile; it certainly could not be authored by a member of the Indian Police Force, a tribe known for its encounter ‘specialists’! Randomly, I open one of the 21 stories .....
Week Beginning On June 01, 2013
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month
Use this week to reflect, analyse, and make a plan for improvement. Do a true and honest .....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Plants like humans suffer from too much exposer to the sun. They use colour as sunscreen. The more colour a plant has the more protection it has from the sun’s ultra-violet rays. The ingredient that helps plants get colour is lycopene, .....
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