Opinion

LK Advani: A Ratna of Bharat

Friday, 01 March 2024

Upmanship

Friday, 01 March 2024

The US presidential election: Trump redux

Thursday, 29 February 2024

Upper hand

Thursday, 29 February 2024
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Entertainment

Case against Marathi actor Ketaki Chitale over comments about Atrocities Act

Friday, 01 March 2024

A case has been registered against Marathi actor Ketaki Chitale for allegedly hurting sentiments with claims about misuse of the SC-ST (Prevention of Atrocities Act), police said on Friday. Speaking at the `Brahmin Ekya Parishad' conference at Parli in Maharashtra's Beed district on February 25, Chitale allegedly called for a scrutiny...

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Agenda

Exploring Pages of Possibility

Sunday, 25 February 2024

The New Delhi World Book Fair is a celebration of the written word that transcends boundaries and bridges cultures. Here - as in others counties...

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Modi's diplomacy brings UAE closer to India

Sunday, 18 February 2024

In the realm of diplomacy, the synergy between Narendra Modi and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan has blossomed into an extraordinary bond, propelling the...

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astroturf | Saraswati calls for being in harmony with all

Sunday, 25 February 2024

Taking forward discussion from the previous issue, the first to make note of is Veena (a stringed musical instrument) in Saraswati’s hands. Pleasing sound emanating...

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Features

Meghalaya | A symphony of life and natural

Saturday, 24 February 2024

Every moment in Meghalaya is a step into a world where nature and culture coexist in perfect harmony. It’s a place where the clouds meet...

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Govt push puts spotlight on cervical cancer, experts hope it is possible turning point

Friday, 09 February 2024

Cervical cancer is at the centrestage of public health concern with the government's push for vaccinations in the Union interim budget, a move that is...

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BJP launches campaign to gather Delhiites feedback

Friday, 01 March 2024 | Staff Reporter

The Delhi BJP on Thursday launched a door-to-door campaign for gathering suggestions of the people for its manifesto and seeking their views on ‘Viksit Bharat’ ahead of Lok Sabha polls. In a press conference, Delhi BJP president Virendra Sachdeva said the campaign will continue till March 15 in which the...

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No shortage of funds for Public welfare schemes: CM

Friday, 01 March 2024 | Staff Reporter

Chief Minister Mohan Yadav graced a mass marriage ceremony held in Ashta and extended his blessings to the newly-weds and wished them a prosperous future. The event saw the solemnization of marriages for 748 girls, adhering to religious customs, with an additional 179 Muslim girls having their Nikah performed. Chief...

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PM to visit Odisha on Mar 5

Friday, 01 March 2024 | PNS

Prime Minister Narendra Modi would visit Odisha on March 5 (Tuesday), informed BJP State election co-in-charge Lata Usendi on Thursday.   However, the schedule of the Prime Minister’s Odisha trip for next week was yet to be prepared, she said.   According to information, PM Modi is likely to lay the foundation-stones for various...

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Global market awaits India’s skills, innovation in textile sector: Yogi

Friday, 01 March 2024 | PNS

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Thursday, asserted that the global market awaits India’s skills, innovation and technology in the textile sector. He added that India exports carpets worth Rs 17,000 crore, with 60 per cent originating from Bhadohi, Mirzapur and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. During a media interaction on the fourth day...

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Probe ordered into community building’s luxurious expenses

Thursday, 29 February 2024 | Staff Reporter

Chhattisgarh Deputy Chief Minister Arun Sao on Wednesday announced a high-level probe into the alleged irregularities in arranging luxurious facilities at a community building which was under possession of the wife of former Minister Shiv Kumar Daharia. Sao announced this after the matter was raised by BJP legislator Rajesh Munat. Flouting the...

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Photo Gallery

  • The sculptures of dinosaurs made from uncycled metal at Waste-to-Wonder Park, Sarai Kale Khan. By RANJAN DIMRI/THE PIONEER

    The sculptures of dinosaurs made from uncycled metal at Waste-to-Wonder Park, Sarai Kale Khan. By RANJAN DIMRI/THE PIONEER

  • Today's Photo: Smoke rises following an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip

    Today's Photo: Smoke rises following an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip

  • Let's take a stroll down memory lane!

    Let's take a stroll down memory lane!

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Zaheer Khan was someone I used to watch a lot to try and learn from: James Anderson

Wednesday, 28 February 2024 | PTI | New Delhi

James Anderson, England's greatest fast bowler with an unparalleled longevity and nearly 1000 international wickets, says he has learned a few elements of pace bowling, including reverse swing, from Indian great Zaheer Khan. At 41, Anderson continues to lead the England attack and is two short of becoming the first fast bowler in the history of the sport to breach the 700-wicket mark. Spin legends Muttiah Muralitharan and the late Shane Warne are the only bowlers with...

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Exotica

Welcome to the May edition of Exotica, the ultimate travel magazine for those seeking adventure and cultural immersion. This month, we have an exciting lineup of stories that will take you on a journey across India. Our cover story features the majestic Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, situated in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. Our correspondent has captured the essence of the reserve with its lush green forests, sprawling meadows, and, of course, the tigers. The reserve is a must-visit for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Get ready to experience the thrill of encountering these magnificent creatures up close and personal. For the foodies out there, we have an exclusive feature on Nagaland cuisine. Our writer takes you on a gastronomic journey to the far northeast, where you can discover the unique flavors and textures of this region's cuisine. From smoked meat to bamboo shoot delicacies, Nagaland has something to offer for everyone's taste buds. In addition to our other exciting features this month, we would like to draw your attention to the fascinating Burash flower, also known as Rhododendron in English. The Burash is a medicinal plant that grows in the Himalayan region and has been used in traditional medicine for centuries. The plant has many health benefits, including its ability to reduce inflammation and fever. The Burash flower is also known to be effective in treating respiratory ailments such as asthma and bronchitis, and has even been used to help alleviate pain during childbirth.