22 February , 2014
SCUTTLE THE VIKRANT, DO NOT SCRAP IT
By Anil Dhir
History cannot simply be sunk.
The Bombay High Court, last month, dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL), filed by Kiran Paigankar, to prevent INS Vikrant from getting scrapped, and convert it into a maritime museum for educational and defence training purposes. The Ministry of Defence .....
Deepak Kumar Rath
OPERATION BLUESTAR THE BRITISH CONNECTION
By Prakash Nanda
There seems to be an avoidable controversy over the British connection in the unfortunate Operation Bluestar in June .......
DELHI’S SHAMEFUL BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS NE IS DANGEROUSLY SICKENING
By Vijay Dutt
The denizens of Delhi, the capital of India, infected with the virus of racism and discrimination, are slowly but steadily .......
FISHING AND THE FISHERMEN PROBLEM
By Avtar Singh Bhasin
The question of fishing in the Palk Straits is beset with problems, with no end in sight. The ministerial level talks .....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
BEING STRAIGHT AND QUEER!
SEEMS to Satiricus his poor knowledge of English is getting poorer and poorer. Not that he does not know that when you are in civilized company you don’t call a spade a spade, you call it an implement .....
The BJP’s Prime Minister nominee Narendra Modi has been flying in and out of Delhi unannounced. In his outings, Modi has been meetings small groups of BJP leaders .....
1984: October 31 to November 1 TRAGEDY AND MORE TRAGEDY
By Vijay Dutt
The memory of 1984 riots had been buried under the avalanche of vociferous orchestration of 2002 riots in Gujarat and concerted effort of many to have Narendra Modi indicted for it. In fact the 2002 .....
DEFENCE INDUSTRY REACH FOR THE SKY!
By Bharat Verma
Nearly sixty-seven years of Independence and not a single combat aircraft has been produced by India! Despite .....
WILL BRAHMANI ENGULF LORD VISHNU?
By Ashis Senapati from Dhenkanal
A ninth-centry-old rare rock
The river Brahmani that flows past many villages of Parajanga block in Dhenkanal district of Odisha has been gulping land .....
HARISH RAWAT IN, VIJAY BAHUGUNA OUT
By Raman Ahooja from Dehradun
The ongoing turbulent political situation in Uttarakhand finally received some respite as senior Congress .....
YOUTH OR EXPERIENCE? Both Congress and BJP burn midnight oil to find answer
By SA Hemantha Kumar from Bengaluru
Rightly or wrongly, or somebody likes it or not, the effect of Aam Aadmi party’s rather superficial fight against corruption and so-called campaign to cleanse the system by .....
MAMATA’S NATIONAL CALL
By Joydeep Dasgupta from Kolkata
The country is going through ups and downs and 2014 is going to be the decisive year in deciding the political future of the country. The traditional .....
SAIL APRIL-JANUARY SALES GROW BY 8 PER CENT
Sales of Steel Authority of India grew by 8 per cent during the April-January period of current fiscal at 9.48 million tonnes (MT). The rise in sales, which the state-run .....
‘CRY BABY’ HAD THE LAST LAUGH
By Sorabh Aggarwal
Named in honour of former US President Ronald Reagan, his father’s favourite .....
“I MISS PLAYING THE STYLISHLY DRESSED VILLAIN”
He has donned several hats in his Bollywood career spanning over more than three decades and 700 movies. From playing an onscreen baddie and later moving .....
KASHMIR: THE SAGA OF UNPARALLELED SCENIC BEAUTY
By Nilabh Krishna
Agar Firdaus Bar Rue Zameen
Kashmir has been a jewel in the crown .....
NEW SPECIES OF PCS
By Rohan Pal
Today’s PCs have integrated
During the development of first generation computers in 1940s, no one had ever imagined that the PCs would evolve with Jupiter velocity. Gradually, the size of the computers decreased with the .....
CAVITY CONTROL TIPS FOR CHILDREN
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
It is very common for kids to have dental cavities. This is because milk teeth in children are neglected by parents .....
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