The tying of Farooq Ahmed Dar to an army jeep on April 9, to protect the forces from stone-pelters, was the violation of a citizen’s fundamental rights, the constitution’s spirit
After Operation Bluestar, Indira Gandhi insisted on keeping her Sikh guards. Today, Kashmir demands similar maturity and empathy
Punishment to former coal secretary will deter honest officers from taking decisions fearlessly
WannaCry malware attack raises questions for state, software producers, users
Fire assaults and exchanges on the LoC have clear costs. For India, the gains are not yet certain
Despite his recent retractions,popular opposition to the PM is at an all-time high
The idea of private school funding for the education of 25 per cent of economically weak students appears noble,but there are certain inherent flaws…
As she sailed through the first round of Senate confirmation hearings on Tuesday,Americas top diplomat to be,Hillary Clinton,stuck to a formula that has been perfected by President Elect Barack Obama…
The editorial in the latest issue of Organiser titled Maoist outrage on Pashupatinath says: The Maoist onslaught and occupation of Holy Pashupatinath in Kathmandu has outraged the Hindus all over the world.
Lasantha Wickramatunga,editor of the Sri Lankan newspaper The Sunday Leader and known for his principled opposition to the government,was assassinated on his way to work by two gunmen,on January 8. The paper carried this posthumous editorial
The lead editorial in the latest issue of CPM mouthpiece Peoples Democracy says it is incumbent upon the government of India to immediately cease all military cooperation with Israel….
Slumdog Millionaire is a story often told by our cinema,but it has a joyous heart…
I have not yet seen Slumdog Millionaire,Danny Boyles film that has picked up four Golden Globe awards…
Is India the richest country in the world if employees earning a gross salary of more than Rs 16 lakh can go on strike demanding increases?
For more than two decades now,Indias geographic location had her reeling under cross-border terrorism from neighbouring states. The tide finally seems to be turning….
Hindi news channels veer between the absurd and the practical
What to take away from Americas experience with audit reform
The enemy within,often does greater damage than external threats. But we havent learnt from past mistakes. A strike is a tool…
It was disgraceful when Shibu Soren and other MPs of his party sold their Lok Sabha votes to save the Narasimha Rao government…
Iam in the process of launching a weekly magazine. The dummy issue is printed and ready to be sent to potential advertisers and for feedback from likely readers…
The fog in Delhi is clearing up. The sun is regaining his brightness,adding warmth to the chill that hasnt departed yet. In a few weeks from now…
So where do we go from here? How do we deal with our Pakistan problem? The short answer to that question is,nobody knows…
Mayawati has ditched the three Samajwadi Party MPsAtiq Ahmed,Afzal Ansari and Raj Narain Bhaduliawho defied their party whip to vote along with the BSP
In its heyday in the early 1990s,there were fears that if the BJP ever came to power,it would never ever go away. Hitler-like,Vajpayee would take his mukhota off..
The Satyam scam,where (books of) accounts were fudged and investors bilked,has thrown up the urgent need for a mechanism…
The Satyam fraud was waiting to happen. Will the government,Sebi,and other authorities do anything at all to stop such malpractices?
Shock,horror,and a sense of despair followed the Israeli attacks on Gaza.
Lashkar-e-Taiba is a threat to India,the West and even Pakistan
Pakistan has owned up to the obvious but what direction will US strategy take?
The editorial in the latest issue of Organiser,titled Join madrasa,why sit for tough CBSE board exam?
The internets grown,and so has cyber-crime: its a national security problem now
One of the most abiding symbols of Kashmiri culture is the pheran.
This refers to the editorial In Pakistan interest. India should stop asking Pakistan to act in either its own or our interest.
As your editorial points out,the next four to six months will be crucial for us.
The latest edition of CPM mouthpiece Peoples Democracy is devoted to the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.
Pakistan Air Force jets were spotted flying low through Lahores residential and market areas all week in what the PAF is calling patrols.
We last met to discuss internal security issues in December 2007,a little over a year ago.
The Bangladesh verdict gives India and Bangladesh a unique chance to work on their relationship
This refers to Shekhar Guptas Sadak aur sarkar. Allow me to focus on the Kashmir verdict. It has,indeed,confounded the separatists.
The Taj Hotel is still burning into our memory chip the Mumbai attacks still play on all news channels with that single myth-making still of gun-toting Kasab leading the way…