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Death in the slum: India holds its breath; world gasps
India panicked. The world broke into a sweat. A man had died in Mumbai, India’s commercial capital, to the ever-so growing shadow of killer Corona Virus pandemic...

They talk of gender justice but oppose Triple Talaq Act: Modi

Madhur Purnima Kishwar in conversation with Kapil Mishra

Modi's announcement in Lok Sabha on Ram Mandir

Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov at Raisina dialogue, 2020

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Chabahar is a real deal for India

25th May 2016

For its commercial and political implications, the Chabahar Port deal with Iran marks the finest achievement yet of Narendra Modi’s global engagements. The commercial...

Congress is over in our lifetime

23th May 2016

The other day, having a conversation with a senior Congress leader, I smelled the smoke of a pyre that has burnt itself out. Skin, veins, eyes, organs, blood all reduced to ashes;...

A nuke war with Russia “possible” this year

20th May 2016

It is not only American generals who are irresponsible and declare on the basis of no evidence whatsoever that "Russia is an existential threat to the United States" and also to...

Of Pentagon, China, India and NSG

Ashish Shukla

15th May 2016

The lead story by a thoroughbred journalist Chidanand Rajghatta in today’s Times of India is factually correct on both its major points: (a) China is building forces on...

“Lord Rama not a mythical character”

Ashish Shukla

13th May 2016

D R Bhandarkar, the great Indian archaeologist, found evidence that Lord Rama, Ramayana and Mahabharata were not myths. Even NASA confirmed of a man-made bridge between India and...

’57 Mutiny Day: It’s modern relevance

Ashish Shukla

11th May 2016

On the 159th anniversary of India’s First War of Independence 1857, commonly belittled as the Great Mutiny, we see a striking similarity in West’s methods.

And so Press Council asked “Indalit Express”

Ashish Shukla

10th May 2016

With great delight readers we announce the forming of People’s Press Council. Regularly, we will analyse and ask a few questions to our mainsream media. You could add your...

Hillary Clinton: Can the world survive her?

8th May 2016

Do you remember all the hopes Americans had for Obama when we elected him to his first term? Painful memories. He betrayed the voters on every one of his promises. There was no...

The riddle Ramanujan left unsolved

Ashish Shukla

6th May 2016

Ramanujan often said that it was Goddess Namagiri who worked out the theorems on his behalf. The half-starved Hindu was more than a match for the accumulated wisdom of West.

Iran and Russia: More wary than friends

Russia Insider

5th May 2016

Iran and Russia, despite cooperation in Syria, have knotty issues on oil production and their stands on Sunni regimes in the Middle East. 



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