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The race for grabbing global eyeballs

Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 | VV SUNDAR | in Agenda

As India aggressively pushes its foreign policy agenda to the world, it is essential to have a dedicated global news and current affairs channel of its own to expand soft power and the sphere of influence One will be dumbstruck at the level of ignorance and misconception people outside the country...

Violence as the existence of life

Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 | Nadeem Paracha | in Agenda

From Western fascist movements to various Hindu nationalist and Islamist groups, the instigation of violence alone defines their being In the 1980s, when I was a student at a state-owned college in Karachi, I had a friend who was always ready for a fight. Though not too interested in politics, he...

Gender equality: A never-ending saga

Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 | Mithila Bagai | in Agenda

It's a shame that we are still debating and negotiating the meagre incentives given to working women to do a dual job of handling both family and an organisation's profile. It is high time that we recognise the social business of women as real business and value their difference During a...

India-Bangladesh ties: Scaling new heights-II

Sunday, 11 Mar 2018 | Syed Muazzem Ali | in Agenda

Key agreements on connectivity, energy and trade and also cultural linkages have cemented relations between India and Bangladesh. Abdul Hamid’s ongoing visit to India is a sign of increasing warmth South Asia is the least connected region in the world and whatever connectivity was established during the colonial period, were disrupted...

Status of women: Today and tomorrow

Sunday, 11 Mar 2018 | Harun Yahya | in Agenda

Initiatives aimed at abolishing strict rules that limit women’s rights and freedoms in various Muslim countries is just the beginning of a serious change Regretfully many repressive, prohibitive, restrictive laws, rules and practices on women are associated with the Muslim world today. Numerous traditions and customs from the pre-Islamic male-dominant tribal...

New rules, new challenges

Sunday, 11 Mar 2018 | anu peshawaria | in Agenda

The Trump Administration’s new rules on H-1B, which will make the visa approval process even harder, will hurt America and India both. It will be in the interest of the US if it invests in STEM education The Trump Administration has just made it more difficult for companies and individuals to...

Social media dilemma: Are our children ready?

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | VV SUNDAR | in Agenda

Technology forms the centre of our lives today, especially for children. Rightly so, but it has its own share of risks and benefits. Boundaries on kids’ interaction with technology must be drawn. Balance is essential Today’s generation is digital native. They are born in an era of technology and connectivity. However,...

A feminist Maulana

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | Nadeem Paracha | in Agenda

The mid and late 19th century was a tumultuous time for the Muslims and Hindus in India. Although the failure of the 1857 uprising against British colonial rule spelt some serious setbacks for both communities, the post-1857 scenario witnessed a highly prolific, even frantic, intellectual activity among many Hindu and...

The revival of god-king President in China

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | Gwynne Dyer | in Agenda

Chinese President Xi Jinping has been shaping up as Chairman Mao of the 21st century but he is unlikely to ‘do a Mao’ and unleash chaos in China. He is intelligent and works hard. But mistakes will accumulate nevertheless, and stagnation awaits Last week, on Monday, the Chinese Communist Party’s central...

Viral Whataboutism in Indian politics

Sunday, 25 Feb 2018 | Deepak Sinha | in Agenda

The string of financial fraud and chicanery has continued over decades. Let's make sure that public sector institutions can no longer be the private entitlement of politicians For sadly esoteric and unfathomable reasons, our nation seems to have been afflicted with an acute case of a highly malignant and virtually incurable...



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Suicide: Ajay charge against CM

19 Mar 2018 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Leader of the Opposition in the state assembly Ajay Singh said that the claims of women well-wisher Chief Minister Shivraj Singh are deceiving as miscreants with minor offences are arrested with immediate effect, but in the matter related to a minister's son, Chouhan says enquiry would be conducted He further alleged that prime facie, minister's son was responsible for Preeti Raghuvanshi’s suicide. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today instructed police officials to...

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