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Navic ahoy!

The launch of the seventh and last satellite of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System casts India as the fourth member of an elite club of countries with their own satellite navigation syste

Religion biases

With reference to the news Trupti’s protest not allowed at Haji Ali, detained by cops (April 29), I would like to state that while on the one hand Bhumata Brigade leader Trupti Desai asserts that they

Agusta’s ghost

The AgustaWestland deal is costing the nation a lot of money and time.

Careless attitude

The fire that devastated the National Museum of Natural History at the FICCI building in New Delhi shows that we never learn from our mistakes.

Don’t talk to Pakistan

The much-anticipated talks between the Indian and Pakistani foreign secretaries were on expected lines.

Appoint judges

Your editorial It’s good for India that CJI didn’t bend (April 26) rightly points out that the reason for the skewed ratio of judges to the number of cases is the government’s inert nature in appointi

Now, an MP special

It is indeed heartening to note there are still judges who feel for the masses, as witnessed in Chief Justice of India T.S.

Burden of justice

Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur’s impassioned speech lamenting the lack of initiative by the executive to increase the number of judges to handle the increasing pendency of cases is an eye-opener.

Justice for justices

Chief Justice of India T.S.

Slippery promises

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s focus on water conservation in the latest edition of Mann Ki Baat and his praise for the Indian Rail in taking the Jaldoot Express with 25 lakh litres of water to drough

Get real, Delhi

Delhi transport minister Gopal Rai’s announcement of six “MP special” buses to ferry MPs to Parliament for the Budget Session — due to the odd-even rule — as expected, found no takers among the MPs.

Strengthen JD(U)

If Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar wants to take his party to the national level, he should first focus on widening his party’s reach before announcing calls for a “Sangh-mukt Bharat”.

The parallel accounts put out by both the sides of what transpired at the meeting between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan and the media spin on it in respective countries has once again

“Does one have to pay a price For friendship?’ The Sufi enquires And then: ‘for Love’s fires What sacrifice?’” From Paradox of Paradise by Bachchoo