Overall, Trump Admin proposes massive $190 million reduction in financial support The Donald Trump Administration has slashed its Foreign Military Funding (FMF) to Pakistan from $255 million to $100 million for the 2018 fiscal, but has kept its options open whether...READ MORE
- Army demolishes Pakistan’s claim of hitting posts
- US to revive projects to counteract China OBOR
- CBI summons Karti; I-T to grill Misa, husband
- 400 benami deals exposed, IT attaches Rs 600-cr assets
- Underemployment a major concern for NITI Aayog
- 2-decade-old FIPB scrapped
- Grisly ‘matricide’ sends shock waves in Mumbai
BUSINESS & FINANCE
- Microsoft announces new Surface Pro with 13.5 hour battery life
- Infosys joins new enterprise alliance for using Blockchain
- Indian woman's murder conviction quashed, to face retrial
- US Sikhs launch campaign to spread awareness about Sikhism
HEALTH & FITNESS
- Former Ethiopia minister elected as new WHO chief
- Treatment for Parkinson's might work for Alzheimer's too
Roger Moore had the best, and definitely the most iconic Bond cars, says Kushan Mitra When it comes to discussing James Bond, it always comes down to the “Bond Babes.” After all Ursula Andress’ iconic “emerging from the water” scene in Dr No set the template for all alpha-male spy thrillers. But Roger Moore was different. Yes, he had hotties in his movies too — Barbara Bach as Agent X in The Spy who Loved Me — but when you...READ MORE
- The Manchester incident was a deadly attack. We condemn it. India has been a victim of terrorism for long and now the Western nations are also getting affected.
- India is considering punitive options to raise the cost to Islamabad for the latter’s alleged support to cross-border terrorism.
- Mick Jagger was my hero. There was actually a six-or-seven-year period when I was afraid to tell the Press, so I was all like, ‘No, he isn't.
- The Chart-Busters
- The iconic self-realisation book
- The reading habit: Going back to culture
- Left-Liberal hyphenation What a joke!
- Chair death, The new syndrome
- Vit D epidemic has spurred knee ops
- The power of RAGI
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Thursday, 25 May 2017 | LR Gupta | LucknowThis refers to the article, “Soft touch and hard results” (May 22) by Sanju Verma. Truly, various foreign trips by our Prime Minister have registered India's presence in the comity of nations. But tangible results are still wanting. In international diplomacy, Pakistan is far ahead of us. So far we...