08 March , 2014
SECURING OUR COASTS
By E N Rammohan
The Indian Coast Guard
The Indian government was given a blistering reminder about coastal security, when after the Babri Masjid demolition, a series of bomb blasts and firing incidents took place in Bombay city. The bomb blasts and firing incidents were scattered throughout Bombay and resulted in several casualties. .....
INDIAN PARLIAMENT AT A CROSSROADS
Deepak Kumar Rath
TELANGANA TANGLE & A SUICIDAL BJP
By Prakash Nanda
If anything, the fracas over Telangana in Parliament has revealed the suicidal tendency of the BJP, the party that is .......
TURNING AN INSULT INTO AN ADVANTAGE
By Vijay Dutt
Chai Pe Charcha might be a gimmick as most liberals and green-faced rivals allege but it is the best mode of communication to reach out to masses in a big .......
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
The fundamental question
It is a given that a journalist is illiterate. What is not but should be, is that a journalist is also ignorant. Look, for instance, at the press .....
RAHUL TO CONTEST FROM KARNATAKA?
By SA Hemantha Kumar from Bengaluru
AICC Vice President’s two-day
Is Rahul Gandhi going to contest from Mandya or any one of the constituency in Karnataka state? This question became .....
WHY IS NITISH SOFT ON IM?
By RSN Singh from Patna
The Intelligence Bureau of India (IB) has alerted the Bihar police about conspiracy by the Indian Mujahideen (IM) and other jihadi groups to target .....
THE BRAHMAPUTRA DIVERSION IS NOT DROPPED BY CHINA
By Claude Arpi
Mr. Wei Wei, China’s Ambassador to India in an op-ed in a ‘national’ newspaper explained thus the ‘significance of 2014”. He said: “2014 is ‘the .....
BALANCING TRANSPARENCY AND NATIONAL SECURITY
By Pieter and Siemon Wezeman
Is keeping military
Military forces are key instruments .....
MODI RALLIES UNNERVE CONGRESS?
One wonders whose brainchild was the idea to impose entertainment tax on Narendra Modi’s rallies. There are plenty of speculations including the rumour that the Finance Minister himself .....
VASUNDHARA GOVT REVIEWS CONGRESS SOCIAL SCHEMES
By Prakash Bhandari from Jaipur
With over two months since she assumed office as the Chief Minister .....
HOLY RELICS OF LORD BUDDHA GATHER DUST
By Ashis Senapati from Bhubaneswar
The holy relics of Lord Buddha, which had been unearthed at the famous Buddhist site at Lalitagiri in Odisha, have been gathering dust in the office of the .....
NMDC OFFERS RINL’S EX-CMD AP CHOUDHARY FULL-TIME ADVISOR’S POST
The ex-chairman of RINL AP Choudhary has been offeref a full-time advisor’s position by the .....
INSPIRATION IS HIS POLESTAR
By Samir Ranjan Das
A Tribute to India’s
The year was 1956. The entire state of Orissa was in turmoil because the States Reorganisation Commission rejected its claim on two feudatory states, .....
MALLIKA SHERAWAT IN OXFORD
By Nilabh Krishna
Mallika Sherawat is in news again. She has been invited to be part of a debate—This House Believes Gender Exists .....
STORY OF A ‘CHAIWALLAH’
By Nilabh Krishna
It is indeed a victory of Indian democracy that even a chaiwallah can think of getting the top job of the country. It is possible because our institutions of democracy become reflective of the aspirations .....
IPHONE 6 A TURNING POINT?
By Rohan Pal
Will the new Apple iPhone
Apple has always brought a surprise package for its customers and this time it tends .....
HEALTH WITH BRINJAL
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Brinjal is one vegetable that cannot miss your attention in the vegetable market. They are found in vibrant purple colour or the subtle green or white and in various sizes from very big to very .....
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