Saffron spread across nation punctures the Congress’ pride
03 Aug 2017
New challenges in SAARC as India slams Pak intransigence
China can manipulate Islamabad’s instability to heighten Indo-Pak border tension
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A study by UNESCO in 2007 points out to various academic frauds in higher education across the world and included slippage in the virtuous accreditation process to a vicious one.
29 Jul 2017
The perception created over lynching of Muslims by Gau Rakshaks is hugely distorted.
The Ministry of Human Resource Development recently constituted a committee to prepare the draft National Policy on Education.
For the last few weeks, Indian media is completely taken up by what is happening in the vicinity of Tri-junction where India, China and Bhutan meet.
Okay here’s the thing. Now that computers have beaten the best human grandmasters in chess, presumably they would be able to solve the toughest chess problems too because of brute number crunching pow
Srikanth Bolla, CEO and founder of Bollant Industries and first international blind student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, had once said:
22 Jul 2017
There is never a dull moment in the Indian Politics. No respite from lightning and thunder sans the rain. Much time is wasted in pointless posturing, while burning national issues await resolution.
Few Indians have heard of the Doklam Plateau located astride the borders of Tibet, Bhutan and India’s Sikkim.
A greements in foreign policy often have a gestation period before the covert becomes overt and ramifications start unravelling.
Four-year-old Gina has a brand new set of bright green alphabet blocks. Each of the four blocks has a single letter on each of its six sides.
A planned, deliberate exercise is being undertaken by sections of frustrated, desperate and ideologically isolated faculty and students to denigrate and destabilise prestigious educational institution
15 Jul 2017
Midas, king of Phrygia, was granted a boon by Bacchus: Whatever the king touched, would turn to gold.
Violence and terrorism are on the rise all around, and the sense of insecurity and apprehension impacts one and all.
The present mythology boom is not the worst thing to have happened to Indian publishing since an IIT/IIM graduate gave up a career in banking to take up writing.
Even after I admitted to a blunder in my eighth clue to the film puzzle as “Turning blue (1995; 3)” and NOT “Turning blue (1990; 3)” like it was published earlier, there have been no correct answers.
In his discussion on cultural self-alienation among a section of present-day Indians, social and political philosopher Ram Swarup makes an interesting description.
08 Jul 2017
Indian politics seems to be going through its most revolting phase.
Before PM Narendra Modi arrived in the White House, the State Department issued a notification declaring Mohammad Yusuf Shah alias Syed Salahuddin, as an international terrorist.
In any evaluation of global leaders of the day encompassing both the political and non-political realms, the broad conclusion that emerges is twofold.
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Senior Advocate and scholar Parliamentarian K Parasaran during his five-minute submission in the Rajya Sabha debate on the GST Bill showered intellectual brilliance on both the law and dharma.
01 Jul 2017
Body of doctor who fell in manhole found at seashore in Mumbai's Worli
TN: Period shaming drives girl to suicide, teacher booked
Death toll reaches 31 in Hurricane Harvey
PSLV-C39 carrying IRNSS-1H series satellite launch today
Mumbai rains: At least ten dead after rains lash city
IAF likely to start trials of Astra missile from today
Rajendra Prasad Sharma is new DGP of Odisha
CBI books three I-T officers in corruption case
Gayatri Prajapati discharged in cheating case
Body of doctor who fell in manhole on August 29 found at seashore in Mumbai's Worli
PSLV-C39 carrying IRNSS-1H series satellite to be launched today
Hurricane Harvey: Death toll 31 as 6 more fatalities confirmed
Over two million Muslims begin hajj spiritual journey
Kolkata's yellow taxis to soon receive digital payments
Significant portion of deposited notes could be illicit: Government
Dominant India face struggling Sri Lanka in 4th ODI
Mission impossible? Rafael Nadal wants New Yorkers to be quiet