A world in perpetual change – Is COVID-19 the worst?

We must act quickly and decisively. We should also take into account the long-term consequences of our actions. By PRADIP BAIJAL Humankind is now... Read more »

Modi’s kneejerk decision may kill ‘more people’ than coronavirus

Source: Counterview.net By Chandra Vikash Discerning through the global information on coronavirus Pandemic, it turns out that what I had thought around March 10... Read more »

Fighting it with common sense

Awareness crucially helps to preempt an COVIND 19 ‘attack’. These basic pieces of information, in fact, provide the ‘armour’ that everyone needs to acquire... Read more »

Idea of India: Two former ambassadors skirmish on Shaheen Bagh

The Mukharji-Sibal exchange is a summing up of the epic debate which has the nation in thrall. Since both are eloquent on their respective... Read more »

Markets have bottomed but aftershocks to continue

Unless the merchant banker pulls out a rabbit from his hat, the current indicators are not suggesting that the issue would go through. The... Read more »

Why rapes will not stop in India despite the forthcoming four hangings

Forty per cent of girl-children, twenty-five per cent of boy-children are sexually abused in India, half at home or by adults whom they trust.... Read more »

The greatest movement since independence but what’s Shaheen Bagh’s future?

“What next?” The quest for the “next” on the part of a limited group, admittedly, gives a clue to their expectations. In their minds... Read more »

Win or lose, Saurashtra cricket has class & pedigree

The last eight years have been a boom period for Saurashtra cricket. They will on March 9 in Rajkot, play their fourth Ranji Trophy... Read more »

Why soft Hindutva, ‘opportunistic’ electoral alliance can’t replace Hindutva fascism

  The social fascism emanating from Brahminism within exploitative Hindu caste order continues to be the foundation of propertied class that controls the state... Read more »

India have fire power to win Christchurch Test

However, cricket is now far from the gentleman’s game of the days gone by, but with a much larger stake to play for, as... Read more »

Trump in Ahmedabad: Did Modi display servile colonial mindset towards gora sahib?

  Source: Counterview.net By Rajiv Shah Donald Trump left Ahmedabad for Agra to “enjoy” the Mughal monument Taj Mahal in the afternoon on Monday,... Read more »

Kejriwal’s hands tied, Delhi Police under Home Ministry? No one muzzled his mouth

  Source: Counterview.net By Rakesh Sharma #DelhiRiots #VigilanteViolence #DelhiBurning AAP aur Hum/ आप और हम: What terrible irony! 2012: Water cannons used against Kejriwal... Read more »

Trump’s visit takes India forward

By D.C. Pathak   Never has a US President — as the leader of the oldest democracy — showered such unadulterated praise and heartfelt appreciation... Read more »

ICC on an imperialistic path to a royal battle

By Yajurvindra Singh  The word ‘imperial’ has that touch of legacy that one associates so strongly with the British empire of yore. The game... Read more »

‘Closing the door on physical India has awakened India of imagination’

By Sukant Deepak New Delhi, Feb 16 (IANS) The reason writer Aatish Taseer signed up for the recently aired Al Jazeera documentary series “In... Read more »

Mind & behavioral coaching a must for Indian cricket

By Yajurvindra Singh This week had three significant moments with regard to Indian cricket. The senior Indian team, having demolished New Zealand in the... Read more »

Failure of Gujarat ‘model’? Why hawking hatred for poll gains didn’t succeed in Delhi

  Source: Sabrangindia.in By RK Misra History repeats itself — first as a mistake, second time as stupidity and thereafter as a tragedy —... Read more »

Defeated but not yet purged, communal politics of the BJP

  Source: Sabrangindia.in By Vidya Bhushan Rawat The Delhi results are out. Aam Admi Party i.e AAP has won decisively and with a massive... Read more »

Why BJP failed to breach Kejriwal’s bastion

By Nisheeth Sharan  It is universally acknowledged that incumbent governments are in campaign mode all through their tenure, while the opposition gets its act... Read more »

From The Roots To Statelessness : Are “We, the People of India”?

  Source: Countercurrents.org By Dr Madabhushi Sridhar In the 70-year Republic, the public of India are burdened to prove their citizenship under NRC rules,... Read more »