2 March , 2013
India Growth Story
AN UNORTHODOX NARRATIVE
By Jyoti Kiran
In the last decade or so Indian growth story in economic literature has appeared more like .....
CHALLENGES WHICH INDIA MUST OVERCOME
By Arun Jaitley
We live in an age of both cynicism and hope. When we see the depressing environment around us, public .....
AT 5 % GDP: WHERE INDIA HEADING FOR?...
Deepak Kumar Rath
REVISITING THE DEFENCE ACQUISITIONS
By Prakash Nanda
Predictably, the present scam involving the VVIP chopper deal that has surfaced following the arrest of key officials of the firm that produces .......
Who is Godfather of India’s corruption?
ANTI-CORRUPTION TIME BOMB TICKING!
By Rajinder Puri
The Bofors deal was a watershed in India’s fight against corruption. Bigger corruption ......
CYBER WAR AHEAD
By Shiv Shankar Menon
Technology has opened up whole new domains of security
There are two main reasons why we should take a holistic view of India’s security today. One is the nature of the world around us. We are living.....
INDIA THAT IS BHARAT
People can be really weird. Especially people who take up journalism.Satiricus knows. Satiricus knows because he is a journalist. Still he was not a little surprised to find .....
AFZAL HANGING CHANGES DYNAMICS OF KASHMIR POLITICS
By Prakriiti Gupta from Jammu
As expected, Kashmir is boiling after the long awaited hanging of Kashmiri origin terrorist Afzal Guru involved ......
THE BENGALURU AEROSHOW 2013 MUSINGS
By Claude Arpi from Bengaluru
The thought that kept coming to my mind while walking kilometers under the hot sun of the Yelahanka Air Force Station, near Bengaluru (where the 9th International .....
IS TRIPURA READY FOR CHANGE?
By Joydeep Dasgupta from Agartala
As Tripura goes to polls on February 14, the outcome will be watched with interest as it is the only Left Front-ruled bastion after its debacle in the West Bengal polls in 2011, .....
DEALING WITH A DEFIANT NORTH KOREA
By B Raman
North Korea’s third nuclear test was not secretive. Its first two tests were with plutonium. One does not know whether it used plutonium or enriched uranium in the third.
DIRECT BENEFITS TRANSFER AS PRO-POOR POPULISM
By Karishma Mutreja
The Direct Benefits Transfer Programme
As India’s Twelfth Five-Year Plan (2012-17) comes into force, policymakers are
A FAIR THAT MELTS BOUNDARY
By SHIB SHANKAR CHATTERJEE from Haldibari
Huzur Saheber Mela is held every year on India-Bangla border near the mausoleum (mazar) of Pir Huzur Saheb, close to India-Bangla border at Chilahati village under Haldibari
THE DANCING DIVAS
By Suresh Kohli
Music and dance have been intrinsic parts of Indian movies ever since its advent in 1913, gaining in import once talkie came into being a decade later when lyrics or songs too ......
AN INSIDER’S VIEW ON BROADCAST MEDIA
By Ashok Kumar
This book brings to the fore a realistic and detailed account of how broadcast media works in the country—the challenges, the technology and the editorial .....
NUMERO WATCH -Forecast Week Beginning On February 23, 2013
By Numerologist Arvind Dixit
Born on 1st, 10th, 19th, 28th of any month
Conflict and action might riddle this week if you’re not careful, so make sure to .....
By Sudhanshu Jain
A series of tests on Indian fruits, including Himalayan apples and pomegranates, bananas from the south, grapes from Maharashtra, found the guava, a poor man's fruit in India, to be the ultimate super food .....
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