A voiceless requiem for the growing graveyard of language
18 May 2017
Save school education from unscrupulous elements
India must end self-imposed strategic restraint to safeguard national interest
Second whirled war.... and a dash of spooky fun!
The nation doesn’t only want to know. It also grieves and seethes in anger. More rarely, it rejoices and celebrates.
13 May 2017
When asked what advice would he give the Left-wing writers, leading British conservative philosopher and writer Roger Scruton replied “acknowledge the legitimacy of disagreement”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Act East Policy has been motivated by two primary objectives.
The decision makers within the ruling Indian establishment in New Delhi would most likely be estimating the nature of China’s “necessary measures” following Dalai Lama’s recent visit to India.
If you’re familiar with plastic indoor Christmas trees you’re familiar with all those shiny little polished metallic like balls you have to…
Human civilisation advances ahead on the strength of its social, cultural, economic and democratic institutions.
06 May 2017
This guy has a collection of five groups of animals comprising mammals, birds, snakes, spiders and insects.
The recent tragic loss of 26 troopers of the CRPF in Sukma shocked the nation.
This is the season of sequential versions with every version built on successful previous ones.
The violence in Kashmir is showing no let up. For months, security forces have been battling against heavily-armed terrorists.
The Ministry of Labour and Employment vide Official Gazette notification dated March 31, 2017, had appointed April 1, 2017, as the date from which the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017, had to c
29 Apr 2017
It has been a depressing fortnight. The self-appointed protectors of cows have terrorised all and sundry with their violent vigilantism.
A trademark statement prevalent in the security realm often crisscrosses from East to West, emphasising that, “all intelligence personnel are not hackers and all hackers do not belong to the intellige
Shortly after the Cold War ended with the dissolution of Soviet Union in 1991, American scholar Professor Samuel Huntington averred that clashes between cultures and cultural identities, at the broade
Hey people remember the toothpick problem given two weeks back? Well, I’ve got only ONE answer for that till date which, though wrong, was ingeniously so.
Loss of any kind is often unexpected and always unwelcome. Therefore, the reaction of many candidates and their political parties to the loss they suffered in the assembly elections is understandable.
22 Apr 2017
The craze for admissions to private, high-fee charging schools, ironically called “public schools’ is indeed a national phenomenon. School managements know this and unhesitatingly fleece the parents.
In the decade preceding the 1962 disaster, the predominant and dogmatic view amongst the Indian political elite was that wars just wouldn’t happen anymore.
You can leave your hat on!
The mathematics of humour, or the humour of mathematics? You’re kidding, right? They’re as different as chalk and cheese. Or are they?
Three cities, three young groups, three productions, three ways of creating a script. Recently in Chennai, watching Theatre Nisha’s dramatisation of Ramdhari Singh ‘Dinkar’s’ epic poem on Karna, Rashm
15 Apr 2017
Ex-CIA director says warned Russia against election meddling
Controversial godman Chandraswami passes away
Munnawar Hassan murder: Cops recover kins' bodies
James Bond actor Roger Moore dies at 89
North Cachar Hills scam: Three get life imprisonment
Court asks CBSE to continue with grace marks policy
CBI asked to act against Tytler for passport fiasco
EC invites all recognised parties for EVM challenge
Bihar BJP heavyweights Shatrughan Sinha, Sushil engage in bitter Twitter war
Congress demands resignation of Madhya Pradesh minister over role in murder case
Ex-CIA director Brennan says warned Russia against election meddling
Man gets 12 years in Danish jail for 218 online child sex assaults
CB Shine crosses one lakh sales mark in a single month: Honda India
Steel homes under PM Awas Yojna for just Rs 2 lakh: Chaudhary Birender Singh
2003 World Cup final could've been different if T20 was around then: Tendulkar
Paes-Lipsky pair moves to second round of Geneva Open