The Englishman’s superiority complex led to this tragedy. But hundred years later, have we Indians learnt the right lessons?
13 Apr 2019
As the island neared, Ulysses sealed the ears of his companions with wax and got himself tightly tied to the mast.
14 Mar 2019
But the day after the event we the people should wonder if the nation’s social, moral and intellectual visage had not turned paler by one more shade.
09 Mar 2019
From a remote corner of rural India comes a message that matters, thanks to the bravery shown by two teenaged girls.
18 Jan 2019
A pleasantly cool mid-December forenoon in Tiruvannamalai in 2018.
03 Jan 2019
However, identifying Hanuman as a Dalit in either the old or the current sense of the term would have mystified the seer-poet Valmiki and defied the farsightedness of any savant of any genre.
17 Dec 2018
Lately this dark trend owed its revivalist articulation to the spokesman of a party resenting a tea-seller climbing to a lofty position.
05 Dec 2018
Permit me to take you back, briefly, to the summer of 1914—a beautiful summer.
10 Nov 2018
The dozen-strong assembly included the noted Urdu poet Sajjad Zaheer.
30 Oct 2018
The Supreme Court’s suggestion to Parliament to make laws to ensure decriminalisation of politics has a message for all.
01 Oct 2018
Is it not ridiculous that one should impose one’s illusory importance on one’s own as well as the future generation?
25 Sep 2018
It seems more and more people are fast developing immunity to their instinctive feeling of guilt-conscience. What is the reason?
08 Sep 2018
Sita, for whom a shrine and an university are to be constructed from April 24 in Bihar,
is a largely misunderstood figure
20 Apr 2018
To explore a myth is not to endorse it, but to probe its core. The Indian Science Congress should not shy away from this topic
06 Feb 2018
Both the child and the grown-up embraced the spirit of Christmas earlier. But recently its quiet old essence has been hardly felt
21 Dec 2017