opinion

Water water everywhere not a drop to drink

Water’s narrowing availability, haphazard use and degradation that has been an ongoing concern, is now raising a red flag. What should be done? Water, one of the precious natural resources, is under severe stress in our country. The past few

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When will India embrace women’s true spirit and potential?

They say the will to dominate doesn’t lend itself to team spirit. Women perhaps have the potential to display greater team spirit, a sine qua non for group sports Say if Saina Nehwal or PV Sindhu is one of the

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Bengal should not be the only one under the lens

The Election Commission should assess the plea to declare Bengal a super-sensitive State based on merit rather than bias Is the whole of Bengal a conflict zone or disturbed area? Is it like militancy-hit Kashmir or a Naxal-infested Chhattisgarh where

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An MBA degree from Harvard can be easier on the Pocket

Pursuing an MBA from Harvard University doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Aspirants can apply for the Boustany MBA Harvard Scholarship that is available to students of any nationality. Eligibility: Scholarships are available to candidates of any nation. Candidates must

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Walking back in time with stamps from the Nizam’s dominion

For those who cannot get enough of the bygone eras, a collection of three million stamps from the dominion of the Nizam of Hyderabad packages a nostalgic delight. Story by Chahak Mittal Emails and messages have altered the way we

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The dust under India’s political carpet

On Leaders and Icons: From Jinnah to Modi, a book by Kuldip Nayar on the leaders of pre and post-independent India has some startling revelations Declining to release Kuldip Nayar’s posthumously published book, On Leaders and Icons: From Jinnah to

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The road is as important as the goal

The history of mankind has countless gruesome battles and conflicts, enraged in the name of “noble causes” raises a question on the channels through which they were achieved, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj Ji There hasn’t been a single day in

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Islamic terrorism will end only when it is cured at the root

While security forces from around the world are doing much to eliminate islamic terrorists, eliminating the dreaded Wahhabi ideology should be the domain of Muslim clerics Islam is a true religion of peace, tranquility and intellect. It prohibits violence and

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Can BJP repeat the success of 2014?

Modi-led BJP is counting on first-time voters and women to have a notable impact on the results of 2019 General Assembly elections. The on-ground delivery of schemes to also play a key role Prime Minister Narendra Modi goes into the

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Tracing the footprints of Winston Churchill

Darkest Hour is an important film as it features a leader who, despite his flaws, was governed by a true moral compass, says filmmaker Joe Wright Joe Wright set out to explore the man behind the myth in his film,

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