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Honour is at Stake

Due process needs to be followed to expose the truth behind the allegations against the CJI, for every citizen’s sake. Social activist Swami Agnivesh summed up the controversy over sexual misconduct allegations against the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan

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No Third Force in Kerala

The Congress and the CPI(M) seem to alternate power in the State to keep a third entity out. Every election in Kerala, whether it is to the Lok Sabha or the State Legislature, brings to mind the famous play Ezhu

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Money Still Reigns Supreme

The Election Commission must come face-to-face with the reality that electoral spending has reached monstrous proportions despite muscle power has been brought under control. Although the use of muscle power to capture booths and intimidate voters belonging to vulnerable social

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Clear Your Diaries

A celebration of life and the incandescent beauty of nature comes under the spotlight during an exhibition of artworks by artist Venkat Raman Singh Shyam. Curated by Ina Puri, Art Alive Gallery presents Clouds of Wings Till May 30 at

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The Ugly Face of Terror

Sri Lanka must remain unfazed in the wake of Easter attacks as it has been reaping huge dividends from peace. First things first, any attack on a house of worship, no matter which religion’s, by someone who claims to be

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Work not meant for home

Meenal Arora shares some tips for working parents on how they could manage work and their children together. Effective parenting requires a lot of sacrifice, dedication and time. However, for working parents, time is always short. Since working parents spend

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Looking Beyond Elections

Complacency is unacceptable regardless of which party forms the Government at the Centre. It will have to hit the ground running and focus on the economy’s growth. By the end of May, a newly-elected Government, constituting the 17th Lok Sabha,

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Tighter ties the only way

The refusal by India to be part of BRI will not derail bilateral relations. China needs India’s market. In China’s Foreign Ministry offices in Beijing’s Chaoyang District, there are many departments, including a few that deal with Chinese history, looking

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Bidding Jet Airways Adieu

The unraveling of Jet Airways has revealed that several aspects of the business were rotten to the core. Many of us have been watching the Jet Airways bankruptcy saga with a lot of sorrow. Do not get me wrong —

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A transition the Mulayam Way

The sharing of a dias by SP and BSP chiefs in Mainpuri made for a historic moment but can they stall national parties? One may call it opportunistic but when is politics anything but? One may have doubted the possibilities

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