23 February , 2013
WHO WILL WIN 2013 POLLS IN BANGLADESH?
By EN Rammohan
Bangladesh will go to polls by this year end. The Awami League had won the last elections defeating the Bangladesh National Party of Khaleda Zia after a bitter struggle. Mrs Zia and her Bangladesh National Party had played foul while demitting the office. After its term was over, Zia appointed her favourites as members of the interim government who .....
A FIENDISH FATWA...
Deepak Kumar Rath
ADVANI, PARTITION AND PAKISTAN!
By Rajinder Puri
Addressing a public rally last Sunday Congress spokesperson Mr. Shakeel Ahmed described Mr. LK Advani as a Pakistani who came to India to seek power. Mr. Shakeel Ahmed said: .......
RAHUL GETS DOWN TO BUSINESS
By Renu Mittal
Are the expectations from Rahul Gandhi unreal both within the Congress and the media as they wait for a reshuffle within the party which they feel should have happened by February 6. ......
ARE THESE FRINGE ELEMENTS ABOVE THE LAW?
By Prakriiti Gupta from Jammu
Kashmir has a long tradition of poetry and music,
The first ever girls rock band in Kashmir gave a scintillating performance at the annual ‘Battle of the Bands’ competition .....
WHY DILUTE THE LOKPAL BILL AGAIN?
By Arun Jaitley
For over four and a half decades the Lokpal Bill has been a subject matter of public debate. A legitimate impression has gone around that the political class of this country is .....
GLOBAL WAR AGAINST TERROR IS OVER
By RSN Singh
The David Headley saga should make Indians realise the ruthless ways of superpowers and their geopolitical games. It has in fact exposed the real “anti-terror” face of the US, Pakistan, ......
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
Satiricus cried. Yes, Satiricus wept. With all that collective Congress crying at Jaipur, he could not but join in. But of course they were tears of joy. It was the joy of the Indian .....
CLEANER GANGA, HEALTHIER KUMBH
By Joydeep Dasgupta from Allahabad
The Kumbh Mela, believed to be the largest religious gathering on earth, is held after every 12 years. The Mela alternates between Nashik, Allahabad, Ujjain and Haridwar .....
SOFTENING THE DIESEL BLOW
By Darryl D’Monte
Those who protest the government’s
When the government was on the verge of gradually raising diesel prices last August, it was stymied by the drought in several states which made
ENGAGING WITH STAKEHOLDERS IN THE COLD CHAIN
By Sanjeev Chopra
In the concluding part
As mentioned in the last column, the government has extended fiscal and policy concessions to the cold chain sector to ensure longer shelf life
LAHORE SWEET & SOUR
By Arvindar Singh
THE AUTHOR HAS SPENT
“Lahore has the best cuisine of this region, I still remember the lassi at Anarkali Bazar where I had spent four years at Forman Christian College,” thus intoned Punjab
WHOSE FREEDOM IS IT?
By Suresh Kohli
There now seems no doubt we are living in dangerous times, under the shadow of what’s also being termed ‘cultural terrorism’—a kind of campaign being unleashed against ......
BANG FOR THE BUCK BOOK
By Ashok Kumar
This is the story of the birth and growth of India’s most valued bank—HDFC Bank Ltd—against the backdrop of the new bank movement in India that started in 1994 when .....
NUMERO WATCH -Forecast Week Beginning On February 16, 2013
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Number 1 (Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month)
It’s showtime. This is a productive period for you. It’s a moment in your life in .....
By Sudhanshu Jain
Indian gooseberry also known as amla is known to be very nourishing. Amla fruit tastes sour. Both dried and fresh fruits can be used. Due to its strong, cooling and laxative properties it has been .....
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