12 October , 2013
THE AVOIDABLE POLITICAL STORM
By Prakash Nanda
Former Army Chief V K Singh is again in news. Of course, one may ask when he was not in news. He had a stormy innings .....
FROM MILITARY COUP TO TOPPLING J&K GOVERNMENT
By Lt Gen Harwant Singh
Not long ago a national newspaper, of considerable standing, ‘in headlines’ on its front .....
SHAMBLING ECONOMY ENGENDERS SINKING FEELING
Deepak Kumar Rath
Where has rutba of 2004 Manmohan Singh gone?
By Vijay Dutt
If India’s democracy was like that of a western country, Dr Manmohan Singh would have lost his top job a long time ago, provided he got it at all. A person who became .......
MIGRANT WOES FOR CONGRESS
By Nilabh Krishna
Narendra Modi has been riding a wave since he was named chairman of the BJP's election campaign committee and the party's prime ministerial candidate. It will be somewhat more difficult to .....
IS AL-QAEDA WANING?
By Colonel US Rathore
Al-Qaeda came into being in 1988-89, in Peshawar, Pakistan. The nine-year-long Soviet occupation of Afghanistan had turned into an ignominious retreat at the hands of Mujahedeen and .....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
SATIRICUS had been feeling a little worried for the last few days. For he knows that the Prime Minister of India is a very responsible person, constantly conscious of his prime .....
NITISH KUMAR’S ATTEMPT TO ALIGN WITH CONGRESS, OUT OF FEAR
The Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was attacked by the BJP, which called his closeness to the Congress an outcome of fear that the CBI would frame .....
TELANGANA REVERBERATIONS IN THE NORTHEAST
By Veronica Khangchian
The resolution of the Congress Working Committee (CWC), on July 30, 2013, to sanction statehood to Telangana as the 29th state of India by bifurcating Andhra Pradesh, has opened a .....
BRAHMAPUTRA AND THE TEMPLES OF DOOM
By Shailendra Yashwant
The boat lurched dangerously. A sudden change in the water current slapped us around for a few minutes, and the river began rising rapidly, unexpectedly. There were no clouds ......
AVIATION AND ENVIRONMENT
By NK Pant
Like our roads, our skies
The skies over India will see increased flying activities with the proposed launch of a new economy airline in India by the Tata Sons Limited. In addition, the modernising armed .....
PEDESTRIAN, CYCLIST FRIENDLY ROADS
A pre-requisite for less congestion
By Kulsum Mustafa from Lucknow
Environmentilists suggest that for a healthier living, especially in big cities, the easiest measures are to scale .....
IS VEDANTA REALLY PRACTICAL?
By Acharya Vivek
As an acharya of Chinmaya mission, I am often approached to speak on topics like ‘Practical Vedanta’, ‘Spirituality in daily living’. And every time I receive such a request, I smile inwardly—smile because there is no other science as comprehensive .....
AN AILING SPORT NEEDS REBOOTING
By Jitendra Nath Misra
If sport in India
India has had iconic footballers like Sailen Manna, who inspired a generation, and carried his barefoot feats to distant lands. In the 1948 .....
NEW CMD FOR PFC
Power Finance Corporation (PFC) has appointed MK Goel its Chief Managing Director. He already holds a portfolio of Director (Commercial) in the corporation. As Director (Commercial), he was .....
INCISIVE TOME ON ODIA JOURNALISM
By Ashok Kumar
History is much more than a mere recount and linear narrative of events. It shows how the present got shaped and what the future shall be. But writing history is difficult in India, more so in Odisha. .....
NEXT LEVEL OF GAMING EXPERIENCE
By Rohan Pal
The world of gaming has changed drastically with the emergence of gaming consoles. Gaming has always been a mode of entertainment since ages and with the evolution of gaming consoles, the .....
HEALTH AND HYGIENE
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
During monsoons, we need to be extra careful so as to avoid dreadful diseases like dengue, Malaria, typhoid etc. You may be surprised to know that we are attacked by 18 types of .....
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