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Who is this returning Arnab Goswami: A resuming one or a rogue one?

Arnab Goswami is back but in what shape we would see. He admits he and his network were in trouble for a year which...

Who’s this lady in the eye of a storm, hidden in our plain view?

I hope I find an echo in you fellow citizens. Our redressal is with politicians, judiciary, bureaucracy, press and police: This is our system....

BJP finds police in Nandigram acting at Mamata’s behest; wants suspension

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has raised the red rag on the conduct of police personnel in Nandigram, during and before the visit of...

Kejri withdraws DTC buses ferrying cops to Singhu, Tikri, Ghazipur borders

In a shocking move, the Arvind Kejriwal government has ordered the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to return 576 buses that were provided to the...

What if women took part in the deal for farm produce? ‘Farming’ on sea offers a clue

We had just joined as Junior Cadets on the Government of India Training Ship "RAJENDRA", named after the famous Chola Dynasty seafaring King, in...

Covid-19 vaccine: First ones to get so would be a crore of health workers

One crore health workers, both from public and private sectors, will be the first to get vaccine for immunity against Covid-19. Then it will...

Diwali and the absurd criminalizing of a civilization: Back to George Orwell’s dystopia in India

Air quality in Delhi at the quietest time - dawn--is like this, on the day before Diwali (see image below). And a complete civilisation,...

Cell Towers, your unfriendly neighbourhood: It’s like a driver issuing driving licence to self

The issue of mobile phone and telecom towers in the vicinity of your home and office has started giving people figurative and literal nightmares...

India’s police and the manufacturing of a storm

We don’t trust our police. Most would say they are brutal and corrupt.  There is nothing new here. You talk to your parents and...

Modi and his eerie silence: Rivals are digging up their own grave

I am a little intrigued by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s prolonged silence since protests and strikes filled our newspapers from headmast to imprint...

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