Death in the air is not Delhi’s pain alone. It is all of India’s duty to restore the oxygen of history and redeem Delhi’s glory to make every Indian proud.
16 Nov 2019
WhatsApp Pegasus controversy has stoked new fears about government surveillance. As terrorists use encryption to hide their plots, civil society groups cry violation of rights.
10 Nov 2019
Though China, which aims to install one public CCTV camera per two citizens by 2022, is the world’s most surveilled state, citizens in most democracies are being watched by their governments.
09 Nov 2019
IIIT researchers who created the first Indian Brain Atlas have concluded that the Indian brain is smaller than Western and other Eastern brains.
02 Nov 2019
The Pakistan Prime Minister’s anti-India campaign over Kashmir has flopped both globally and at home.
The road ahead can only be downhill. Terrorism will win.
26 Oct 2019
Powerful Turkey’s entry into the fray has taken the initiative away from Pakistan, which claims to be the only representative of Islamist grievance against the rest of the world.
26 Oct 2019
Economics is to politics is what lubricant is to an engine; it creates torque.
19 Oct 2019
The cynicism of ‘development’ is the scourge of Nature. Take the case of Aarey Forest Colony, which has become an ecological cause celebre.
13 Oct 2019
About 2.8 million Muslims live in Britain and pray in around 1,500 mosques, while the 2011 UK census counted 8,17,000 Hindus.
05 Oct 2019
The writings of Chinese explorer Hiuen Tsang who visited India between 627 and 643 AD reveal a highly sophisticated civilisation.
28 Sep 2019
Our countrymen have many virtues. Order is not one of them.
21 Sep 2019
Fresh DNA proof challenges colonial theory that Aryans invaded India, formed Vedic civilisation; gives a shot in the arm for nationalistic argument against the Left’s influence on history, education.
15 Sep 2019
During the interstellar drama of the Chandrayaan-II launch, an image that stood out was ISRO chief K Sivan choking up when its craft lost contact with the mother station.
15 Sep 2019
An abacus is a board divided by vertical or horizontal counters with coloured balls representing numbers according to groupings.
07 Sep 2019
Scene: Imran Khan is in the master bedroom of his official residence in Islamabad, with his begum Bushra Bibi. A world map is spread on their bed covered with a Pakistan flag.
31 Aug 2019