14 December , 2013
Tremors have caused havoc to the surreal world of Tejpals
It was the worst nightmare for the select elitist group of self-proclaimed intellectuals who consider themselves god’s gift and live in a cocoon, insulated from the dust and grime of the world of commoners. .....
Tejpal’s Terrible Tantrums
Deepak Kumar Rath
JOURNALISM THE TEHELKA BRAND
By Prakash Nanda
Tarun Tejpal has always been an unconventional journalist. In fact, after a series of reports and revelations .......
Decline of Tejpal
By Binoo John
I didn’t want to write this but since Parsa has posted his charitable thoughts on Tarun (elsewhere), I must too since we .....
The Bounty Hunter?
By Jay Bhattacharjee
In Greek thought, nemesis is closely linked to the notion of hubris. This is, of course, the sin of overweening pride or arrogance. .....
Possibility of Political Assassinations?
By RSN Singh
It is blasphemous for any prime minister to express apprehension in a public meeting that the elections in the country he governs may be disrupted by inimical elements. .....
China: A new National Security Committee
By Claude Arpi
After holding a 4 day-conclave from November 9 to 12, the Third Plenum of the 18th CPC Central Committee has delivered 2 new Leading Groups: .....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
Mistrial of the nazorene
WHY is Satiricus a Hindu simpleton? Because he is not a Muslim, stupid. And why is he not a Muslim? Because the complexities of Islam are beyond his bird-brain. .....
The Mysterious Stalkgate
Is it a case of a disgruntled officer indulging in character assassination of a man who could be prime minister and thus avenge his suspension by cutting short the man’s ambition to be PM? .....
Lurking Dangers at the ATMs
By Colonel (Retd) US Rathore
To many, clobbering and looting of a hapless woman inside the ATM cubicle in Bengaluru will pass off as yet another incident in our violent society. The indignation caused by the incident may soon be smothered by the news .....
Narendra Modi Model for Women and Child Development
By Sandeep Singh
‘Women and Children Development’ is complex and needs something more than .....
Close quarters combat in Rajasthan
By PB Chandra from Jaipur
In Rajasthan, the battle for ballot was never so keen as it is this time. There is fight for each seat and the candidates are vying with each other for every vote. Both the parties have made .....
As elections are round the corner
Politicians Rush for News Channels in AP
By Ch. Narendra from Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh is one state where .....
Homosexuality in Ancient India
Prof Bharat Gupt, a classicist and dharmashastra scholar held a talk at Delhi’s Habitat Centre on November 25 on "Hindu View of Homosexuality". He examined the issue along with a fellow speaker .....
Carzonrent to invest 400 crore in self-driven car venture Myles
India’s largest car rental company Carzonrent plans to venture into self-driven cars .....
Vishy Checkmated by ‘Harry Potter’
By Sorabh Aggarwal
The 23rd birthday for Magnus Carlsen will now be the best of his life as he won the World Chess Championship with 6.5 to 3.5 score in the 10th game just few days back. He turned 23 on November .....
Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla on Koffee with Karan
With Salaman Khan opening the season-4 of “Koffee with Karan”, Karan Johar is all set to .....
Hopes of women empowerment
By Ashok Kumar
If one wishes to know about the women on top in the political front, one should unhesitatingly choose Pandora's Daughters by Kalyani Shankar, veteran and eminent journalist who specialises in .....
Time to wear futuristic specs
By Rohan Pal
Google Glass, the most hotly-anticipated gadget, has created buzz in the market of wearable smart-devices. .....
Greens for Health and Beauty
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Your garden can be your pharmacy not only for minor aches and pains but also to enhance your beauty. Most of the plants that I am mentioning here can be grown in pots. .....
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