Let us Deal with Nepal Normally
Countries resolve their territorial disputes by either annexing the area with force or by arriving at a negotiated settlement through dialogue.
25 Jun 2020
COVID-19: Migrant workers face unimaginable situations to get home
The defining image of the coronavirus crisis has been the trudging of thousands of migrants to their home, mainly in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha.
23 May 2020
How COVID brings out the best and worst in us
The campaign for survival was, however, not without some jarring notes.
25 Apr 2020
Delhi riots were foisted on people
The orchestrators of the communal cauldron have since safely returned to their homes, leaving Delhites to count their losses and grieve.
21 Mar 2020
Shaheen Bagh exposes chinks in India’s rule of law
Shaheen Bagh is already being gleefully replicated in some cities in India and will surely cheer the habitual dissenters to organise agitations in future, accordingly
23 Feb 2020
Dumping NRC undermines India’s security
Today, the government has very little idea of what 1.65 crore illegal immigrants are up to.
25 Jan 2020
Need for the citizenship bill was long overdue
Home Minister Amit Shah has come up with one more bill that has invited misguided protests, misplaced apprehensions and mischievous propaganda.
15 Dec 2019
Lord Ram’s birthplace finally legitimised
It impressed on courts to avoid interfering in matters of faith and called destruction of Babri mosque a criminal offence, suggesting that perpetrators must be punished.
16 Nov 2019
POK annexation: Challenge is not from Pakistan but China
It is good to dream big but always better to be wise in pursuing it.
20 Oct 2019
A Better Future Awaits Kashmiris
History has its own way of rectifying its mistakes.
21 Sep 2019
Failing the father of the nation to keep India alcohol-free
Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth anniversary will be marked by hypocritical rhetorics for his contribution to our freedom but not a word about respecting one of his fondest desires—keep India liquor-free.
03 Aug 2019
Patients suffer as public healthcare system rots
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar came under fire, not always fairly, for letting health infrastructure in his state crumble.
06 Jul 2019
NDA’s return to power promises exciting possibilities
What pleased more was the manner in which temple-hopping and calls from muezzins, priests and pundits were completely ignored while making a choice at the ballot box.
09 Jun 2019
Model code of conduct does not help the voter
People make their choice after five years of continuous scrutiny of the conduct of their government.
12 Apr 2019
Lok Sabha polls 2019: Votes to test the credibility of anti-terror operations
On February 14, a JeM suicide bomber killed 40 CRPF personnel at Pulwama. Thirteen days later, Indian Air Force jets bombed three terrorist camps in Pakistan.
16 Mar 2019
Why Bangladesh Election is so Critical for India
India has just gone through its ugliest elections in five states.
16 Dec 2018
CBI should be left alone to put its house in order
On October 24, the CBI was comprehensively betrayed by its leadership. Director Alok Verma filed an FIR against his deputy, Rakesh Asthana, for taking bribe.
18 Nov 2018
Find ways to make Aadhaar necessary
Aadhaar had a narrow escape from being gutted to the dustbin of history.
21 Oct 2018
Urban Naxals should be made irrelevant
The questionable role of these activists in sustaining Maoist violence surfaced recently in the wake of investigation in Bhima-Koregaon violence in Maharashtra.
22 Sep 2018
Assam makes a strong case for National Register of Citizens
Strange as it may sound, Indians do not have an identity. They are citizens because they believe that they are.
25 Aug 2018
Joshimath disaster-hit people get ultimatum from hotel owners to vacate rooms by March 31
Nitish defends his silence over Rahul's conviction, says does not speak on court matters
Mamata urges all parties to fight BJP unitedly in 2024 Lok Sabha polls
Ponniyin Selvan Part 2 trailer: All eyes on the Cholan throne
Rajya Sabha proceedings adjourned for the day till Monday amid opposition uproar over Adani issue