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Forgotten heroes

The excessive media coverage of the death of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad is a grave injustice to the sacrifice of the other nine soldiers who died in the avalanche that hit an Army base on Siache

Odd-Even 2.0

It is good to hear that the Delhi government will implement the odd-even vehicle restrictions again from April 15.

The knives are out

The Bharatiya Janata Party has caught the Congress on the backfoot after terrorist-turned-approver David Coleman Headley’s court deposition that Ishrat Jahan — shot dead in a shootout along with three

Pakistan won’t act

Apropos the editorial Don’t expect Pak to act on Headley info (Feb.

End of tussle

With reference to your editorial India morally right on Net neutrality (Feb.

A huge letdown

It is shocking that the The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri) board has made R.K. Pachauri its executive vice-chairman — a designation carved out specially for him.

A blot on India

Apropos the recent racist attack on a Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru and three Nigerians in Hyderabad, I want to say that the incidents are detestable and a blot on Indian society.

Pressure on Pakistani

Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley’s statement on the role of three ISI officers in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks makes for damning evidence.

A wake-up call

It was painful to watch India concede defeat to Sri Lanka in the T-20 match in Pune on Tuesday. After the 3-0 whitewash Down Under, the men in blue seemed complacent and reckless.

Ray of hope

Madhesis have officially ended the five-month-long blockade, which started after they protested against their political exclusion in the new Constitution of Nepal.

A welcome move

According to the latest Trai directive, Net Neutrality has been upheld. It is indeed a welcome move by the telecom regulator after an extended public debate on this issue.

Impasse in Kashmir

The impasse in Kashmir continues over the PDP-BJP alliance even after Mehbooba Mufti has taken over from her father.

Coronating Yuvraj

I would like to thank Ashok Malik (Yuvraj and the theatre of cricket, Feb. 7) for an old English story and for Yuvraj. I was moved to tears for the poor chap who did so much for the team.

Air power is the most capital-intensive means of war. A modern fighter jet now could cost several hundred crores and the prices seem to be rising exponentially.

I returned to India in August 1946 after serving in Burma and Indonesia during the Second World War.