Prime minister Narendra Modi is hard pressed to perform when the chips were down after UPA rule.
Nobody is against a government celebrating and highlighting its deeds for the year gone by, but does one need to spend crores on advertisements to put the point across, more so when major parts of the
It is quite disheartening to know the extent to which racism is now entrenched in the hearts of Indians.
The death of some climbers on Mount Everest recently reminds us that such expeditions have turned into a craze, often becoming an ego issue rather than being pure adventure.
That no match is won or lost until the last ball is bowled came true in the IPL-9 final on Sunday night.
May 31 is World Anti-Tobacco Day. Young people smoke, despite the warnings on cigarette packs, due to peer pressure and as they think death is very far away.
Following a Congolese student being beaten to death in Delhi, the Centre galvanising the MEA to soothe the temper of the African community is surprising.
Though there are some significant achievements in the economic and social sectors to the credit of the NDA government, its excessive carousing to mark the same are premature.
Your editorial Curb racist behaviour (May 27) rightly underlines the need to root out prejudices against Africans.
This is with reference to your news report Modi at 2: I am an MP from UP (May 27).
This is with reference to your editorial Curb racist behaviour (May 27). Racism runs deep in India not just against African students, but also against its own citizens.
Dr Subramanian Swamy criticising RBI governor Raghuram Rajan is not good and needs to be condemned.
Education is a powerful tool. Today the youth are keen on learning new things. Creating right jobs for the educated is of immense importance.