Can Rahul’s Hinduism succeed where bogus secularism failed?

By Saeed Naqvi It will be impossible to resist the temptation of attributing Congress gains in the three northern states to Rahul Gandhi’s demonstrative adoption of Hinduism. In some measure, that is.... Read more »

10 digital skills students need for today’s education

by Beas Dev Ralhan  Technology today has become a new way of living and is entrenched in every facet of modern human life. The internet, mobile phones, computers and various other tools... Read more »

Blow to BJP ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha polls

By Brajendra Nath Singh The results in the Hindi heartland states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan came as a major shock for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has won all... Read more »

Security compromised to bailout businessman?

Peoples Post Desk The charges of corruption at the highest level in the Rafale fighter jet deal that has put the BJP government in the dock took a very serious turn with... Read more »

Midnight Conspiracy At CBI?

-by Oliver D’Souza People’s Post Though Alok Verma, Director of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), was aware of CBI Special Director Rakesh Asthana’ proximity to the powers that be and the implications... Read more »

Death of Aadhar (As a surveillance tool)

by Oliver D’Souza Peoples Post Imagine this:  Your banking, insurance, subsidies, kids school admissions, train ticket reservation, marriage registration, property registration, vehicle registration, healthcare and your provident fund are all available to... Read more »

Rafel Deal: Biggest Scam Ever?

Peoples Post Desk: There is no smoke without a fire. More importantly, dense smoke ensues when a fire is either blazing, or when attempts are made to douse it. In the Rafale... Read more »

Is Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna destined to remain a pipe dream?

by Neh Srivastava Other than food and water, shelter forms the third most important component of the basic human requirements. It was fitting that the government turned its attention to that. It... Read more »

Child-friendly learning centres bring hope to kids in Kolkata’s red-light areas

by Neola D’Souza Walking through the bylanes of a red-light area can be quite unnerving. It took a while to get to the place as the cab driver checked not once but... Read more »

Empowering children to be future civic leaders

By: Nivedita Singh While kids of their age were busy playing, 12-year-olds Jatin, Vikas and Ritesh joined hands to resolve the problem of garbage disposal and the unhealthy living conditions in their working-class... Read more »

India’s economic growth not inclusive enough, inequality rises

By Amit Kapoor The Indian growth story has been far from perfect. That is not an understatement by any stretch of imagination. A growing challenge for the economy is the fast-evolving problem... Read more »

A library run by industrial workers means world of change for children

By Jaideep Sarin At first look, it is just another small room with one wall almost crumbling. But this 25-square yard space means the world for children of factory workers and labourers... Read more »