Pakistan’s decision to ban the Akshay Kumar-starrer Baby on the pretext that the film is anti-Pakistan or anti-Islam is juvenile. The movie is about an Indian spy mission to catch a dreaded
The Centre should instruct the BCCI and the IPL teams to sell a minority stake (say 10 per cent) to the public and list themselves on the stock exchange.
Going by the speed at which the national capital has been transformed to impress Barack Obama, the US President’s visit is a godsend.
Disgruntled elements in the Delhi BJP should think twice before taking a drastic step. Can they go to the Congress or the AAP? In both cases, they would not get election tickets.
Defence minister Manohar Parrikar must disclose the names of the ex-PMs who have compromised national security.
Gen. V.K. Singh (retd) has got his facts wrong when he says that there is a large section among the Muslims which does not feel that BJP is a Hindutva party.
Pakistan’s fight against militancy is its own and no amount of external pressure can compel it to weed out terror.
While the government is trying its best to curtail tobacco consumption, the steps that have been taken so far are ineffective.
If the Aam Aadmi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party have promised Delhi voters the moon, the Congress cannot be far behind.
Delhiites face an electoral dilemma.
Given that the noisy campaign by Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party has made a great impact on voters, the Bharatiya Janata Party felt constrained to confront him with an equally assertive anti-corrupt
News of the unceremonious sacking of Avinash Chander, chief of DRDO, has attracted much adverse attention to DRDO. The sacking is a typical example of how science and scientists are treated.
The lead-up to World Cup matches hasn’t been happy for Team India. The so-called strong batting lineup failed to live up to expectations.