MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2015


  • Children of democracy

    RELIGIOUS sensitivity has deepened since the advent of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's regime.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru government

    Nehru govt spied on Subhas Chandra Bose's family

    The Jawaharlal Nehru government had placed the family and relatives of Subhas Chandra Bose on surveillance for two decades.

  • Smriti finds ‘peeping cam’ in clothing store

    A case was registered against a Goa outlet of the popular clothing chain FabIndia Friday after Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani said a CCTV camera was pointed towards the changing room she used.

  • Deepika Padukone

    Murli Manohar Joshi flays Deepika's video

    Titled "My Choice", the video has been released jointly by Deepika and director Homi Adajania as part of a campaign on women empowerment.

  • A new RSS-BJP compact?

    IT'S a sad comment on India's mainstream media that it didn't notice the irony of a representative of the Sangh Parivar—a current which inspired Mahatma Gandhi's assassination—being invited to the unveiling of his statue in London.

  • Arvind Kejriwal

    Is AAP going Janata way?

    WHEN movements convert themselves into political parties they lose their original shape.

  • Shah Rukh Khan asked to pay Rs 1.93 lakh for ramp demolition

    Shah Rukh Khan fined Rs 1.93 lakh to bear the cost of demolishing illegal ramp demolition outside his bungalow ‘Mannat’

  • Narenda Modi

    Towards emotional integration

    POWER makes strange bedfellows. Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed, who heads the Jammu and Kashmir government, has joined hands with the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). Yet his victory in the state assembly elections primarily has been on the plank that he will not allow the BJP to enter the valley. That he has gone back on the electoral promise is not any different from what leaders of other political parties do.

  • Uproar over Mother Teresa Slur

    There is an outrage in India over a Hindu leader's comment that Mother Teresa's charity work has one objective - to convert the poor to Christianity.

  • cricket world cup

    After all it's a game

    SUPPOSE India had lost the World Cup cricket match against Pakistan at Adelaide, the reaction among its people would have been that of disappointment and remorse. But I do not think that they would have initiated scuffles with the Pakistani spectators. The Indians would not have destroyed television sets as some did in Karachi and elsewhere in Pakistan. Of course, there would have been a sense of humiliation, but it would not have poured on to the streets in the shape of fracas or demonstrations.

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