25 August , 2012
HATE CRIME AGAINST SIKHS IN THE US
By B Raman
The USA Today of August 7, 2012, has reported as follows: “Sikh rights groups have reported a rise in bias attacks since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks. The Washington-based Sikh Coalition has reported more than 700 incidents, which ....
DROUGHT OF POLICIES
Deepak Kumar Rath
By Prakash Nanda
Former Deputy Prime Minister and the BJP veteran LK Advani’s Blog on August 5 that suggested the possibility of a non-Congress and non-BJP government after...
Monsoon Session of Parliament
TOUGH ROAD FOR UPA
By Renu Mittal
The UPA will face the monsoon session of Parliament which kicked off on Wednesday on a high, having proved that when....
PUNE REVISITED BY TERROR
By Col (Retd) US Rathore
On August 1, 2011, while there was a change of guard at the Ministry of Home Affairs in North Block, New Delhi, four bomb blasts, between 7.30 PM and 8.30 PM,....
PAK’S TERROR TUNNEL
By Prakriiti Gupta from Jammu
On July 27, it had rained all night after a long dry spell and 18-year-old Sukhdev Singh, a student, had gone to have a round of his paddy field at zero line on the International .....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
The other day Satiricus read a very funny joke. It was a well-known columnist calling himself a devout Hindu and a secular Indian. ....
POWERLESS IN INDIA
By MD Nalapat
Shanghai in China has the district of Pudong, within which huge skyscrapers jostle for space, and a futuristic city skyline competes for attention with the ....
EMERGING POWER CRISIS
By Charles K. Ebinger, Govinda Avasarala
India wants to be a power on the world stage, but back home it’s having power troubles of a more mundane variety. On July 31, sweeping blackouts
CHRONICLE OF A DISASTER FORETOLD?
by Rahul Varman
40 per cent of the Maruti Manesar workforce are contract or casual workers with a take-home of around Rs 6,000, and no paid leave. All structures for
JANJATIS AND JUDICIAL PRONOUNCEMENTS
By Bhupender Yadav
The Constitution of India provides for a comprehensive framework for the socio-economic development of Scheduled Tribes and
LEARNING LESSONS FROM A DROUGHT YEAR!
By Sanjeev Chopra
Now that the monsoon deficit has been placed on record, and strategies to mitigate the ‘drought-like conditions’
Dilli O Dilli
GANDA HAI PAR DHANDA HAI Light-fingered community flourishes in Delhi
By Syed Wajid Ali
Belly teaches all art and bizarre is an art of pocketmaari! Watch out, someone is stalking you, if you are at a wedding party, an .....
A DILIGENT COLLECTOR
By Monalisa Biswal
Seeing is believing. When one travels through the hinterland of Jajpur district of Odisha, one can see the smiling faces of poor farmers, women and children, who, .....
CAN STATE ASSEMBLIES PASS RESOLUTIONS FAVOURING MERCY FOR TERRORISTS?
By Sanjeev Sirohi
Only after burning our Constitution and criminal laws can anyone say that ....
HEROINE NO. 1
By Suresh Kohli
For quite a while now this Heroine has been in news though not necessarily for the right reasons. From size zero to adding flesh not only ....
A WIN OF GOOD OVER BAD
By Syed Wajid Ali
The book ASURA: Tale Of The Vanquished elaborates on all the edges of the great epic lore. The story of the Ramayana has been told many a time. .....
FROM RIG VEDA TO UPANISHADS AND BRAHMA SUTRAS
By Vijaya Rajiva
Conventional scholarship, especially that of Western scholars, has posited a break with the Upanishadic focus ....
Forecast Week Beginning On August 18, 2012
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
(Number 1 (Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month)
Change is hard and takes a lot of adjustment, but you’ll feel ....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Each and every tree is a gift of nature to the mankind with innumerable health benefits. Some trees have both medicinal and mythological .....
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