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Tighten the Screws

When I mentioned about the story to a bank official to seek advice, the question asked was a simple one – Why do you want to publish the story? For a moment, you wonder what the purpose of covering such a story is. The obvious answer is to inform, to tell a story as it […]

How not to be single !

So many of you single buds out there found the article' Spice up your Long Distance Relationship(LDR), follow these cute tips ' heartrending because it made...

Will the Dravidian movement be diluted with Karunanidhi’s death?

By Amulya Ganguli  There is little doubt that in the wake of M. Karunanidhi's death, Tamil Nadu will enter an uncertain, even rocky, phase. It...
Tricolour

Civic Education can Enhance Democracy in India

By Frank F. Islam As India approaches Independence Day on August 15, it is an appropriate time to celebrate the past and Indian democracy. It...

Democracy; Where politicians are worshipped and martyrs are ignored!

The Wednesday morning started with the hue and cry over the Karunanidhi's death, the esteemed Tamilian politician and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister took...

India’s election discourse ignores environmental issues

By Mayank Aggarwal  New Delhi: Will environmental issues finally bask in the electoral limelight? If events across some of the major Indian cities in the...
Nuclear Weapons

Say No to Nukes; Learn from Past Mistakes

By C. Uday Bhaskar  August 6 is etched in an apocalyptic manner on the global consciousness given the nuclear enormity that engulfed the unsuspecting residents...
Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore

Tagore and Translations: Why his Works Hold Indomitable Influence in Literature?

By Somrita Ghosh   New Delhi: A progressive writer, visionary, a social thinker, a philosopher, an educationist - Rabindranath Tagore was a polymath. And it is this...

In Kashmir’s hate-and-violence narrative, a silver lining of goodwill and amity

By Sheikh Qayoom  Srinagar:  Rajnath, 72, a retired school headmaster, continues to live in his ancestral home in north Kashmir's Manigam village. The turmoil of the...
DECISION MAKING

Reasoning is Behind Tough Decisions, not Gut

  Do people depend on gut feeling for taking tough decisions? Not really. They think through difficult moral problems and do not primarily rely on...
gender disparity

Gender Disparity Still Prevalent in Newsroom

 Several issues surrounding gender equality in Indian newsrooms were discussed at a session titled "Women Editors: Always the Bridesmaid," at an ongoing two-day international...

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