Quaking over Iran’s phantom nuclear weapons

Quaking over Iran’s phantom nuclear weapons

Monday, 12 April 2021 | Gwynne Dyer

There are many countries that already had nukes when they signed the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. They have obligations, too. How are they doing? First, the good news. The US and Iran had talks in Vienna on Tuesday, and the nuclear deal they and all the other great powers signed in 2015,...

Green hydrogen: Viable solution for future energy needs

Green hydrogen: Viable solution for future energy needs

Thursday, 08 April 2021 | Kota Sriraj

A traditionally fossil fuel-driven nation such as Saudi Arabia has taken robust initiatives to adopt green hydrogen in its energy mix In the relentless pursuit to power the world of tomorrow, humanity is tirelessly involved in its quest to discover newer fuels that are cleaner and more efficient. The express reduction...

Strategies are critical in polls

Strategies are critical in polls

Thursday, 08 April 2021 | Vivek Singh Bagri

Having the right mix of strategies and hard work is as important as the popularity of a candidate Elections are one of the most critical requisites to run any democracy. In India, every year several polls are conducted that decide the fate of the leaders contesting from various constituencies. India amounts...

Is it a good idea to trust Pakistan this time?

Is it a good idea to trust Pakistan this time?

Thursday, 08 April 2021 | Anil Gupta

The offer of peace by Pakistan is a sheer facade and it is just buying time to have a breather necessitated due to compelling military and economic reasons at home The leaders of the Kashmir-centric political parties have gone overboard with the prospect of peace with our immediate neighbour and the...

Delhi-Dhaka cooperation in pharma is win-win for both

Delhi-Dhaka cooperation in pharma is win-win for both

Wednesday, 07 April 2021 | Gurpreet Sandhu

India's relative strength in the Research and Development (R&D) segment can be a valuable asset to the Bangladeshi pharma sector The emergence of Bangladesh as a sizeable pharma power in recent years has triggered an animated discussion in the Indian pharma community. A section of the Indian drug and pharma community...

K-shaped economic growth for india

K-shaped economic growth for india

Wednesday, 07 April 2021 | Shivaji Sarkar

It portrays a troubling, divergent economic future where the economy rebounds unevenly The Indian economy is growing after the lockdown that halted all economic activities was lifted but the growth story remains a mystery. The Economic Survey projected it at 11 per cent, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) at 10.5 per...

Women’s role paramount to universal healthcare

Women’s role paramount to universal healthcare

Wednesday, 07 April 2021 | Archana Datta

The healthcare systems around the world must heed their specific needs and allow them to sit across the table as decision-makers As the World Health Day 2021 is being observed, the World Health Organisation (WHO) called for building a fairer and healthier world, as the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the stark...

The rise of OTT: A great push to acting as career option

The rise of OTT: A great push to acting as career option

Tuesday, 06 April 2021 | Sanjay Gupta

This revolution in content creation and its consumption has led to a huge demand for careers in film acting and also in show-running India is the largest producer of films in the world and Bollywood alone is approximately a $ 2.5 billion industry. Further, the cine industries in south India, Kolkata,...

Sunday Edition

The beautiful Goa Glitch

11 April 2021 | Navneet Mendiratta | Agenda

A rare Jugalbandi

11 April 2021 | Mohammad Irshad | Agenda

For Your Partner

11 April 2021 | Excerpt | Agenda

Astroturf | Controlling the monkey mind

11 April 2021 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | Agenda

Just play

11 April 2021 | MUSBA HASHMI | Sunday Pioneer

Talktime | ‘I like the darker side of people’

11 April 2021 | MUSBA HASHMI | Sunday Pioneer