Rumblings under the Joshimath hills

Rumblings under the Joshimath hills

Thursday, 19 January 2023 | Kota Sriraj

Commissioning of hydro-electric projects in Uttarakhand is an ecological harakiri. Despite warnings, the NTPC project in Vishnugad was carried on Joshimath is one of the four ‘maths’ discovered by Adi Guru Shri Sankaracharya in the 8th century AD. Situated at an altitude of 2100 metres in the Chamoli District, and has...

HUMAN GREED SINKs TOWNS IN HIMALAYAS

HUMAN GREED SINKs TOWNS IN HIMALAYAS

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 | Shivaji Sarkar

Scientific warnings were ignored in Uttarakhand Heaven is literally falling to greed. It is just not Joshimath but even Tehri Garhwal, Karnaprayag, and Mussorie that are also sinking and so may be many other parts at the crest of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. The Rs 12,000-crore Char Dham (CD) all-weather road projects...

Japan’s swift response to Chinese threat

Japan’s swift response to Chinese threat

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 | Nishtha Kaushiki

India and Japan have common objectives in forging military agreements beyond military exercises and trade China poses an active threat to the countries of the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean. By avoiding contact warfare, it wishes to avoid heavy casualties and the associated international repercussions, especially the tag of...

Castigating politics

Castigating politics

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 | Pioneer

The caste politics in Kerala shows no signs of waning, in fact, it is getting more pronounced A flippant statement by one of the caste leaders in Kerala has shocked the people in the State. G Sukumaran Nair, general secretary, Nair Service Society, declared the other day that Shashi Tharoor, the...

Dialogue needed

Dialogue needed

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 | Pioneer

It would be better if Government and judiciary sort out the collegium issue without much fuss in public Law Minister Kiren Rijiju’s letter to Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, seeking Government representatives in the Supreme Court collegium, can yield good results. The Law Minister is right that this move will...

USA gets the taste of ‘Samosa’ caucus

USA gets the taste of ‘Samosa’ caucus

Tuesday, 17 January 2023 | Bhopinder Singh

With influencial Indian Diaspora, Indian point of view gets more pronounced in the policy decisions in the US. India is not complaining Bipartisan pressure groups are not unknown in democracies, as the personal backgrounds or similarly held beliefs and concerns, can cut across partisan lines. These formal or informal caucuses are...

CoWIN to U-win: A journey well begun for India

Monday, 16 January 2023 | Manohar Agnani

We should leverage the learning from our Covid vaccination drive, and build on the innovations for higher immunization targets January 16, 2023, marks the successful two years journey of one of the biggest vaccination drives in the world and most satisfying years of my career as public servant and also as...

GOA IS MORE THAN ITS SNACKS AND BARS

GOA IS MORE THAN ITS SNACKS AND BARS

Monday, 16 January 2023 | Niharika Nigam

Goa has many enthralling experiences to offer than sunbathes Your Goa diaries can go far beyond wine glasses and shacks! The party destination of India is more than shining beaches and sparkling nightlife. Have you ever thought about what more popular destination holds? Have you tried to explore the hidden corners...

Sunday Edition

US’ real-time advice to Ukrainian troops

29 January 2023 | AP | Agenda

Muslims A new buzz in the BJP

29 January 2023 | Dipak K Upreti, Saugar Sen Gupta, Biswajeet Banerjee | Agenda

FORDA Seeks Welfare of Resident Doctors

29 January 2023 | HEALTH PIONEER | Agenda

First, purify your mind

29 January 2023 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | Agenda

Leprosy: Reach Those Out of Reach

29 January 2023 | Dr Ramesh Bhat M | Agenda