13 April , 2013
WEB OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
By Shib Shankar Chatterjee
“We enticed two girls— Khusiman (10) and Nabiran (12)—from Barpeta district of Assam on promise of decent jobs in Delhi, but later they were handed over to two pimps for Rs 10,000. The girls were taken to West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and then New Delhi. Finally, a plan was made to transport them to Middle East for begging, but the move was foiled by Delhi police,” .....
LACK OF FORESIGHT IN SRI LANKA-POLICY...
Deepak Kumar Rath
NITISH VS MODI: MUCH NOISE, LESS SUBSTANCE
By Prakash Nanda
Not a single day passes now when the leading television news channels and the mainstream English media, dominated by the so-called leftist and secular journalists, .......
OPEN LETTER TO PERVEZ MUSHARRAF
By Rajinder Puri
Dear General Musharraf,
I am notorious for proffering unsolicited advice to politicians in India which is consistently ignored. Thereby I have acquired a thick ......
Conviction of Sanjay Dutt
THE NAKED TRUTH
By Joginder Singh
Film actor Sanjay Dutt won a small victory in the Supreme Court, when the Supreme Court upheld his conviction in 1993 bomb blast case, but reduced the punishment of six .....
BEING SANJAY DUTT
By Col US Rathore
Mercifully, the sluggish Indian judicial system has delivered its much-awaited final verdict in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case, which had claimed over 250 lives and heralded the cult of urban terrorism in India. ......
CBI AGAIN UNDER SCANNER
By B Raman
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Government of Dr.Manmohan Singh have come under criticism for the perceived ham-handedness of the CBI in the investigation of ......
Revealing observations of the UNDP REPORT-2013
By P C Singh
Unprecedented human development progress in South Asia, particularly in India, Bangladesh and some other South Asian nations.....
On Island-Grabbing Juggernaut
JAPAN JOLTS CHINA
By NK Pant
One wishes India emulates Japan’s strong rebuff to communist China’s crafty moves on expanding its territory through questionable historical evidence, whether it is on the land .....
POPULATION CHANGE WILL SHAPE ASIA’S FUTURE
By Zhongwei Zhao
Asia has witnessed the most
In the 1950s, the Asian population as a whole was still in the early stages of demographic transition; fertility and mortality were both higher than
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
STRIKINGLY SIMILAR ADVICES
For quite some time since it became apparent that he was the heir-apparent of the empire of 10, Janpath, Rahul Baba did not say a word about any issue facing the kingdom
NO MORE MAMMA’S BABY
The Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and his youth brigade are on a muscle flexing exercise in the selections for the upcoming Karnataka elections. Rahul Baba
TAKING BACK THE NIGHT
By Ditilekha Sharma
The night is a space that is associated
If you believe that space is a neutral, apolitical thing, think again. Who gets access to which space and when has always been determined by ......
The saga of holiday wives; 30,000 and still counting
By Parwinder Sandhu from Chandigarh
There is a saying in Punjab, if you wish to get your donkey married, spread the word that he is an NRI. .....
DISTANCE EDUCATION ARE WE MOVING FORWARD?
By Dr Ravi P Singh
The problems in reforms agenda in the higher education sector have seen a snowballing effect due to various bills pending in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. The new team .....
RELEVANCE OF THE PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
By Rahul Goswami
A new report from the NSSO
Are India’s households, rural and urban, able to feed themselves to maintain even a baseline daily dietary adequacy? What impact has the steady .....
By Jully Mishra from Mumbai
At a time when film industry has become corporatised, Bollywood families are keeping a tight grip on the trade through home productions The Deols are back again. Their.....
KINDLING A DEBATE ON INSURRECTION!
By Sanjeev Chopra
“Everything has been said before,
Well, at one level, it is true that Chandan Sinha’s book Kindling An Insurrection: Notes from the Jungle .....
NUMERO WATCH -Forecast
Week Beginning On April 06, 2013
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month
An unexpected development surfaces early on this week, and it could .....
NATURAL CURE FOR OLD AGE PROBLEMS
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Senior citizens constitute almost seven per cent of the country’s population. As the age advances, most of them suffer from various age-related ailments. Here are some common .....
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