9 August , 2014
MODI SHOULD BEWARE OF STATUS QUOISTS
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor
Modi has spent only a few weeks in office,
The success of Narendra Modi, so far, has lain in his perspicacity to comprehend that the people of India were fed up with the Nehruvian Consensus. In his election campaign, he expressed his, and the .....
RAPING CULTURE, TRADITION & VALUES
Deepak Kumar Rath
MODI LOSING SHEEN
By Prakash Nanda
It is fair when a party in power says that its achievements or failures should be judged after five years for which it is elected to the office. After all, one has to achieve one’s .....
MODI AT BRICS
By Vijay Dutt
BRICS Summit in Brazil announced Modi’s arrival on the world stage; just as it announced the birth of a new Global financial institution. Which of the two will be longer lasting and greater in .....
NDIA THAT IS BHARAT
Being An Incompetent Politician
SUCH men are dangerous. Shakespeare said so when he was thinking of men who think. Satiricus agrees, and so would Soniaji. Look, .....
JAYA’S ‘DHOTI LAW’ TO SAVE TAMIL CULTURE!
By BR Haran from Chennai
“Dhoti Law” cried the headlines of newspapers in Tamil Nadu! Chief Minister Jayalalithaa announced in the assembly on 16 July that she would table a law for the .....
ARMY OF DIS-SATISFIED SUPPORTERS
Narendra Modi’s directive that all ministers’ SAs and PAs and such staff allowed to them would have to be cleared by the PMO has created a .....
“WE HAVE ALWAYS STRIVED FOR ERADICATION OF PROBLEMS OF THE PEOPLE OF DELHI”
There are, no doubt, many challenges before the party. With every new responsibility we get an opportunity to work in different ways and .....
THE GAZA DEBATE A VIEWPOINT
By Amarjit Singh
The Rajya Sabha had been pressing for a debate on the Gaza action of Israel, and with overwhelming pressure, including by threatening to forestall all other discussions .....
DIDI’S U-TURN ON BANGLADESHI IMMIGRANTS
By Joydeep dasgupta from Kolkata
The issue of Bangladeshi migrants before the general elections and the war of words between Narendra Modi and Mamata Banerjee are .....
STRANGERS IN THEIR HOMELAND
By Anil Dhir
I am a Hindu in Pakistan, but a Pakistani in Hindustan,” laments Prajapati Rawlani, a Masters graduate from Pakistan’s Sindh Agricultural University, laments. Her adds, .....
WORKERS RETURN HOME FROM IRAQ WITH HARROWING TALES TO TELL
By Ashis Senapati from Kendrapada
Workers returning from Iraq have harrowing tales to tell. Madan Mohan Mallick .....
KARNATAKA THE STATE OF RAPES!
By SA Hemantha Kumar from Bengaluru
Bengaluru: 22-year-old girl allegedly raped in front of her boy friend in a car at Frazer Town; .....
THE SCIENCE BEHIND HINDU TRADITIONS
By Anil Bharti
Traditions in Hinduism were considered mainly as superstitions, but with the advent of science, it is becoming evident that these traditions are .....
WIPRO TO BUY CANADA’S ATCO I-TEK
Wipro said that it had entered into a two-way pact with Canada’s ATCO group, according to which it would acquire the Alberta-based company’s subsidiary .....
CHITRANGADA DOES A MARLYN MONROE
Bollywood actress Chitrangada Singh did a Marilyn Monroe, imitating the Hollywood screen siren’s moves as she danced to the beats of ‘Diamonds Are a .....
BOSS—THE ACE OF SPADES
By Nilabh Krishna
There are hundreds if not thousands of books on leaders and leadership, but there are very few on bosses or about being a boss. In fact, we need to deal more with bosses .....
NO NETWORK, NO PROBLEM!
By Rohan Pal
A device will help you connect to
Technology has increased exceptionally over the last decade still we suffer from terrible problem of phone reception. There .....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Be it a rainy day or a cold winter evening, sipping a steaming cup of cardamom flavoured tea rejuvenates one’s body and soul. Originally, .....
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