18 May , 2013
By Anil Dhir
The Constitution of India mandates that any Indian citizen over 35 can be made a Governor. Article 163 of the Constitution further says that “there shall be a Council of Ministers with the Chief Minister at the head to aid and advice the Governor in the discharge of his functions…” .....
REPEATING THE HIMALAYAN BLUNDER
Deepak Kumar Rath
AZAM KHAN’S DIRTY POLITICS
By Prakash Nanda
We may proclaim ourselves to be “equal” citizens of the world’s largest democracy, but the sad reality is that majority of our so-called elected rulers consider themselves to be a class apart. Their lifestyle .......
THE CBI MUDDLE...
A solution searching for leaders!
By Rajinder Puri
The opposition criticism of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the Law Minister overseeing the CBI report on its investigation into the ......
CBI, GOVT & THE LAW OFFICERS
By Arun Jaitley
Recent events relating to the interference by the Law Minister and the officials of the PMO in the preparation of the status report submitted to the Supreme Court on the Coal Block allocation scam have .....
CIVIL SERVICES FIT FOR THE FUTURE!
By Sanjeev Chopra
Going beyond agriculture on which I regularly write for this magazine, this time I want to delve into the new architecture and ecosystem of the civil services to make them more ......
CAN MODI DARE CONTEST FOR NATIONAL LEADERSHIP SANS BJP?
By Vijay Dutt
Strange goings-on in the BJP since Narendra Modi obliquely expressed his aspiration to be prime minister have given the party ......
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
JOBELESSNESS, NO POVERTY
“Look, Boss ! The Roman Catholic rate of growth! They are saying that for 15 years....” Sorry, sorry, Rahulji, Satiricus just could not resist the temptation of mimicking .....
ALL THE EX-PRESIDENT’S MEN
Nitin Gadkari is a sad man these days. Ever since his reelection debacle he has been sent into coventry by the BJP. The worst affected are his band of merry men. In another blow to him, Devendra Fadnavis ......
CHALLENGING THE ROOTS OF BANGLADESH
By Bhaskar Roy
In the last three months Bangladesh has plunged into a strife ridden situation where politics is being pushed by extreme religious ideas. Some foreign ......
Karnataka’s Pre-Election Scenario
A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW
By S A Hemantha Kumar from Bengaluru
“Unpleasant Past; Nebulous Present; Uncertain Future” is what the situation in which all the four parties .....
Azam Khan’s Frisking at Boston airport
BLESSING IN DISGUISE?
By Kulsum Mustafa from Lucknow
The incident of alleged frisking and extended detention of Mohammed Azam Khan, minorities .....
NEITHER FISH NOR FOWL
By Shib Shankar Chatterjee From Cooch Behar
The people of
Case Study A
“I was a permanent inhabitant of Chitmahals in Kote-Bhajni. On one wintry morning in 1979, one Ataur Hussain,
FINALLY ‘HAQ’ DELIVERED TO ‘SAADA HAQ’
By Parwinder Sandhu
There are very
After facing several rejections, cuts, objections, approvals, the film, that was originally slated for a October 2012 release, is finally set to
A GUIDE TO SELF-AWARENESS
By Ashok Kumar
In an increasingly diverse workplace, it’s more important and challenging than ever to communicate well. We must build bridges that cross our differences to connect our .....
Week Beginning On May 11, 2013
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month
There’s a dichotomy in your life this week between the physical and the ethereal, .....
SALT IN OUR DAILY LIFE
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Salt is an important ingredient in our diet for the maintenance of good health. Essentially every cell in the human body is dependent on the presence of sodium. We find sodium diffused throughout the fluid .....
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