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Pramod Pathak

Pramod Pathak

Man is not man, yet

Man is not man, yet

Sunday, 10 November 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Progress is the law of life; Man is not man yet. These famous words from Robert Browning once again stand vindicated as Kenya’s Kipchoge breaks the Marathon record by running 42.195 km in less than two hours. It was a good 75 years ago that Roger Banister had achieved something...

Living in a stressful world

Living in a stressful world

Sunday, 21 July 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Life for mankind has never been easy. But the present times are certainly more challenging. Not because of environmental demands only. It is the human aspirations to reach the sky that makes the feet leave the ground. With the mind going wayward, peace eludes humanity as it chases a mirage,...

A mind without fear

A mind without fear

Sunday, 07 July 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Meeting Rajat Gupta at the pan IIT Bay Area Conference organised in the Silicon Valley last month was a pleasant experience. Gupta was once a business icon, philanthropist, and trusted advisor to the global elite. Then, he was found guilty of Insider Trading which shattered his reputation of decades in...

Living in a hyper world

Living in a hyper world

Sunday, 23 June 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Around a month ago, World Hypertension Day was observed. The notable piece of statistic was that four out of 10 adults worldwide have high blood pressure and only around 50 per cent of them are aware of it. Some two decades ago, the number of adults estimated to be living...

Tenets of true leadership

Tenets of true leadership

Sunday, 09 June 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Leadership issues have been discussed since time immemorial and leading as a practice is as old as civilisation. A leaderless society is a rudderless society that goes astray because it is the leader who gives direction to society and sets goals which must be pursued. But it is here that...

When the dust settles

When the dust settles

Sunday, 26 May 2019 | Pramod Pathak

The long-drawn seven-phase elections are over and the results have come. Needless to say that the elections this time were fought on emotive rather than rational plank. For some observers, though, elections are always based on emotional rather than real issues. But the Indian experience may prove otherwise on many...

Wisdom of the masses

Wisdom of the masses

Sunday, 12 May 2019 | Pramod Pathak

The world’s biggest elections are on. India, after all, is the world’s largest democracy and the over 900 million eligible voters spread across 29 States and seven Union Territories are in the process of electing a new Government in a seven stage election. A huge event by any standards. Moreover,...

Retired Hurt

Retired Hurt

Sunday, 28 April 2019 | Pramod Pathak

Retired hurt is a popular expression that is used in cricket to describe the predicament of a batsman, who while batting gets injured in the process and has to leave the field not to return. When his score card is read, it is mentioned against his name: ‘Retired hurt’, while...

State Editions

Suspense continues over AJSU-BJP tie-up

14 November 2019 | PNS | Ranchi

Man killed over witchcraft suspicion in Gajapati

14 November 2019 | PNS | Bhubaneswar

Cong decries officers’ no reply to their letters

14 November 2019 | PNS | Bhubaneswar

46K found ineligible KALIA beneficiaries

14 November 2019 | PNS | Bhubaneswar

Assembly stalled over violence against women

14 November 2019 | PABITRA SENAPATY | Bhubaneswar

Sunday Edition

Cleaning Delhi’s Air An Ethical and Economic Dilemma

10 November 2019 | Dr Manish Kumar Shrivastava | Agenda

Beyond Time and Space

10 November 2019 | Dr Asha Goswami | Agenda

Loving your own space

10 November 2019 | Sarita Mathur | Agenda

We need love to exist

10 November 2019 | Ajit Kumar Bishnoi | Agenda

Stay alert to keep mind in shape

10 November 2019 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | Agenda

Ayodhya judgment: Reasons & resolution

10 November 2019 | PNS | Agenda