A new bright picture of Saudi Arabia – H.E. Dr Saud M. Al Sati

After nine decades of holistic development, the Kingdom is going through unprecedented transformation of its economy, institutions and society and heading to achieve the... Read more »

New Education Policy will bring rise in demand for tailored courses – Anupam Sinha

The newly envisaged framework aims to provide a holistic development for the learners that is largely aligned towards concept-based study to enhance critical thinking... Read more »

Antecedents of anti Muslim bias in media – Saeed Naqvi

An anti Muslim edge is a perceived requirement of Modi's march towards Hindu Rashtra. But an anti Muslim edge in the media has antecedents... Read more »

India at the hairpin bend – Himanshu Manglik

If India aspires to be a superpower then it has to demonstrate its ability to navigate the tough terrain. It needs to evolve beyond... Read more »

Chinese imperialism poses incurable threat to the world – Binay Kumar Singh

After all, Covid-19 and China have become synonymous with each other. In terms of politics, China has undertaken a multi-pronged attack across international borders... Read more »

Duplicitous dragon at the door – Harish Masand

Though the brave Indian troops inflicted a much larger number of casualties on the PLA, this tragic incident on the LAC is being recounted... Read more »

Now, corruption issue gives headaches to Rajasthan Cong leadership – Archana Sharma

Congress MLA Bharat Singh from Sangod in Kota district recently wrote to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to demand the removal of what he claimed... Read more »

Irani gang is spreading its tentacles all over India – Zafar Abbas

Taking advantage of their built and height, as well as fluency in the local dialect, they convince their targets they are undercover police officers... Read more »

Patients should research before choosing a lab for their testing needs – Ameera Shah

It is estimated that there are over 1,00,000 laboratories in India and due to low entry barriers, there is a varying degree of quality... Read more »

Lack of English fluency limits online fraudsters to Hindi belt – Zafar Abbas

This is done mostly with the help of long-distance transporters (mostly truck drivers) that are from the Mewat region as well as some distant... Read more »

Pandemic turns ‘serious’ Twitter into personal chill out place – Nishant Arora

For civil right crusaders, journalists, social activists and more such souls who aim to connect with people on burning societal issues, Twitter has always... Read more »

Politics by blackmail: Eulalie syndrome in Indian public life – Saeed Naqvi

Politics these days is at a standstill because of the lockdown, of course, but also because of what I call the 'Eulalie' syndrome. This... Read more »

Jaguar scandal resurfaces after 40 years in diplomat’s memoirs – Ashis Ray

"In mid-October 1978, when I was AHC (acting high commissioner) again, I received a telephone call from PMO instructing me to convey to 'Prime... Read more »

Grassroots awareness as key drivers for malnutrition-free India – Siddhi Jain

Under the POSHAN Maah 2020, focus areas are early identification, tracking and management of children suffering Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), and plantation drives for... Read more »

China Pak economic corridor: Cutting the Baloch melon

Brahamdagh Bugti, one of the most influential Baloch exiles and the grandson of popular leader Nawab Akbar Bugti-killed in airstrikes by Islamabad-says that China... Read more »

University’s Hindi department in Kashmir is running full house

Contrary to the impression that Muslims in Kashmir are 'obsessed' with Arabic and its cognate languages, and that Hindi has become extinct post-1990, the... Read more »

‘The India Way Strategies For An Uncertain World’ – Vishnu Makhijani

India too will be shaped by the broad trends in the global environment that the coronavirus will intensify. But more than that, it needs... Read more »

Sikhs For Justice offer Rs 3,500 each as grant to woo Punjab farmers

The US-based secessionist group has announced to provide the money on a monthly basis to each of the Punjab farmers who have defaulted on... Read more »

China uneasy with India emerging as an alternate Asian power – Rahul Kumar

Experts say that by threatening India, China is showing its true colors. Under President for Life Xi Jinping, the country will continue to be... Read more »

Proper handling of samples can slow Covid spread in India – Bharat Upadhyay

As sample collection centres are increasing in the country, proper disposal of waste generated at sample collection centre is also critical to prevent the... Read more »