Zee Haxor

Zee Haxor

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The Mahatma’s Russian guru

The Mahatma’s Russian guru

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | SV NAIR

Though Leo Tolstoy and Gandhiji never crossed each other’s path, their shared values and understanding have helped India and Russia bridge gaps Leo Tolstoy (September 9, 1828-November 20, 1910) is an all-time genius to the entire literary world, cutting across all borders. At the same time, it is worth remembering that...

Elements of educational change

Elements of educational change

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | JS Rajput

The foundation for a new education system must rest on several factors that influence learning deeply — good teachers, dynamic curriculum and an emotional bond between teachers, learners and their school Education systems are under stress even in educationally developed societies. This is inevitable, as by its very nature, education is...

Aged whine

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | Pioneer

Why single out Anup Jalota for his choice of partner? Just because he isn’t a stud but a god-fearing bhajan singer? It’s the millennial world. Age here is just a number, relevant only for documentation. Relationships, on the other hand, have graduated to love without boundaries and marriages of convenience. So,...

KCR still on top

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | Pioneer

Despite Opposition protests about voters’ list tweaks, the acting Chief Minister has the more cogent campaign The acknowledgement of a formidable force usually comes from the pesky antics of the Opposition and its relentless litany of complaints and petitions of injustice. In this respect, both the Congress and the BJP’s reactive...

Monsanto pigeons come home to roost

Monsanto pigeons come home to roost

Wednesday, 19 September 2018 | Sandhya Jain

More and more reports and studies suggest a link between GMOs, auto-immune diseases and cancer. Monsanto, the leading producer of GMO, is now on the run Once the bully on the block, Monsanto is on the run. Environmentalists will recall the early years of genetically modified (GM) crops when wind pollination...

Purvanchal: A manifest destiny

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 | Mahendra kumar singh

After suffering years of neglect, a slew of measures undertaken by the Modi-Yogi duo will ensure that the best of the region’s natural resources is utilized Purvanchal has fertile land, tracts and huge natural resources. The irony is that despite having all these positives, it remains the most backward regions not...

Striking a fine balance

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 | VK Bahuguna

With the launch of PARIVESH app, the Environment Ministry has shown its commitment towards achieving development goals, keeping in mind environmental security, but challenges remain Licence raj for industries came to an end in 1991 after the economic reforms kicked in. Business enterprises heaved a sigh of relief and results were...

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The Tamil Nadu political churn

16 September 2018 | Kumar Chellapan | Agenda

The unexplored Guwahati

16 September 2018 | Somen Sengupta | Agenda

Stuck in the loop of history

16 September 2018 | TANYA MAlIK | Agenda

A rare Ray treat

16 September 2018 | ANUBHAV PRADHAN | Agenda

Culture Lane

16 September 2018 | Pioneer | Agenda

oddlyenough

16 September 2018 | Pioneer | Agenda