28 September , 2013
Cutting the SYRIAN knot
By Prakash Nanda
A war on Syria with disastrous consequences for the rest of the world has presumably been avoided. The Obama Administration was all set for launching the war, ostensibly as a punishment for the use of the chemical weapons by the Assad regime in Syria on August 21. The French President Francois Hollande was solidly behind. .....
Deepak Kumar Rath
By Rajinder Puri
According to media reports the BJP will formally anoint Mr. Narendra Modi as its Prime Ministerial candidate when the party’s parliamentary board meeting is held on Friday. Some time earlier the view had been expressed .......
Who is responsible for polarisation and communalisation?
By Vijay Dutt
Politics, fanatical appeasement policy of the Akhilesh Government and its failure at various levels in dealing with the .....
Where Riots Turned into Pathology From Anatomy
By Praveen Patil
A dozen daily wage farm workers and simple village folk were travelling in a tractor as usual from Mod Khurd village to .....
Gujarat strategy used, says Mistry
By Kulsum Mustafa from Lucknow
Congress Uttar Pradesh elections incharge, Madhusudan Mistry has alleged that .....
What lies beneath communal violence
By Pratibha Singh
Peace in Jammu and Kashmir is fragile and a small incident could well turn into a major conflagration. The violence that suddenly erupted in Kishtwar during .....
India that is bharat
A dream interview
IT must have been something that Satiricus ate for dinner the other night. Why otherwise would he have had such a weird .....
Post-election scenarios in India
The Indian National Congress, the leading party in India’s ruling coalition, has lost its Teflon coating thanks to a series of scams and its mishandling of the economy and national security. ......
Senior veteran leader Lal Krishna Advani stands firm amidst swirling waters and tide for his most disliked person Narendra Modi. But, the RSS .....
The Chinese Dream is Over: The Seven Perils
By Claude Arpi
Whenever Allium Cepa L, the botanical name of the commodity in question—onion—breaches the Rs 50/kg mark, review meetings, action plans, press statements .....
Attack on Syria: Competitive
Shia-Sunni Gas Pipeline Politics?
By Brig Amar Cheema
When combat soldiers are faced with a chemical attack, the military practice to exhale polluted air before donning a protective mask is by shouting ‘gas-gas-gas......
Exclusionary cities The exodus that wasn’t
By Amitabh Kundu
Yes, the urban population increased more in absolute terms during 2001-11 than rural population. But, no, this is not because distresseds .....
Reversing anti-incumbency theory
By Prakash Bhandari from Jaipur
The incumbency or the anti-incumbency factors come during the elections for references. Usually a ruling government facing elections....
To give or not to give?
What the scriptures say
By Anil Dhir
From renewed friendship with Salman Khan, collection of Ra.One, to the recent release of “Chennai Express”, .....
Anthology on Indian police system
By Nilabh Krishna
Since the time immemorial, police has been under the smoldering debate of contemporary society and the centre of contemporary discourse on many.....
A 104-year-old museum famous for its prized collections
By Ashis Senapati from Rajkanika
If you are an art lover, this is something you ought not to miss to visit the Kanika Museum. The Kanika Museum in Rajkanika y .....
Will robots be your future companion?
By Rohan Pal
Think of a future where robots would be doing your entire job like cleaning, going to work, cooking, taking care of .....
By Nibhanapudi Suguna
Beetroot, a very common vegetable found in our local markets, is extremely nutritious and is a great source of vitamins and minerals. It is somewhat sweet yet low in calories. .....
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