20 July , 2013
PLAYING WITH FIRE
By Prakash Nanda
In what is perhaps one of its most politicised and terribly lopsided investigations, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has “found” that Ishrat Jahan and three of her partners were killed in a fake encounter by the Gujarat Police, in connivance with the Intelligence Bureau (IB), in Gujarat in 2004. Given its highly questionable method in preparing the .....
HOW MANY SECURITY PERSONNEL’S LIFE CAN INDIA AFFORD TO?
Deepak Kumar Rath
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
Satiricus is not exactly a mathematical genius. But he can count. His fingers help him do that. At times, when his fingers fall short, .......
WILL INDIA CONTEST RS 2.7 LAKH BOND DEMAND FROM VISITORS TO UK?
By Vijay Dutt
Do Tories dislike foreigners, especially from the sub-continent, and particularly from India? All the three ......
EDITOR’S APPOINTMENT: THE INDO-RUSSIAN LINK
England’s first but not an English first
By Subhash Chopra from London
If overcrowding and pressure on jobs .....
ARTICLE 370: THE UNTOLD STORY
By Maj Gen Sheru Thapliyal
It is often not realized that among the causes of Kashmir problem—inclusion of plebiscite in the Instrument of Accession, reference ......
People’s Liberation Army
‘OPERATION FRIED RICE’
By NK Pant
The latest dictat issued in Beijing makes one believes that the Chinese army henceforth will be giving more stress to marching in accordance with the Mao’s ideology than ......
INDIA’S INVOLVEMENT IN AFRICA’S AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
By Sanjeev Chopra
One does not associate the months of June and July with conferences and seminars in Delhi for they are usually held when the climes .....
“GOVT DID NOTHING FOR MY BROTHER”
— Dalbir Kaur
Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit Singh, blames and holds Government of India responsible for the sorry end of her brother. In an ......
Uday India Salutes Martyrs
In its mission to promote the sense of patriotism, Uday India on June 29 honoured at Ravindra Bhawan, Jaipur, the family members of 12 kargil martyrs, who lost
BHATKAL: INDIA’S TERROR CAPITAL?
By Anil Dhir from Bhatkal
I arrived in this so-called terror town in the dead of night. The slow passenger train of the Konkan Railways had been held up intermittently en route due to the .....
Right to hearing
A PIONEER HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
By Prakash Bhandari from Jaipur
Proper and timely hearing facilitates expeditious disposal of public grievances. If the hearing is provided at the point where they originate .....
Vivekananda Kendra Institute Of Culture
PRESERVING THE CULTURE AND TRADITION OF N-E
By Jaydeep Dasgupta from Guwahati
India is the only country where the sublime .....
PORTRAYAL OF NUDITY IN MYTHOLOGICAL ARTWORKS
By Pratyasha Nithin
Nudity in artwork may enhance the beauty of the subject of that artwork or it may turn the artwork into a pathetic and vulgar piece. It all depends
GODS GO ONLINE TO HELP MANKIND
By Ashok Kumar
It is a surreal novel, co-authored by two writers, who have never met. It is an experimental book wherein the Gods move from the realm .....
Week Beginning On July 13, 2013
By Astrologer Mohan Lal Batra
March 21 to April 20
This week is likely to give you some worries .....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Acai berry is a natural fruit found deep in the Amazon rain forests of Brazil. It is classified as a super fruit in the Western world with very high content of fiber and antioxidants. .....
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