The Indian Army’s magnificent strike back is very laudable and kudos to them. It was a much needed action and will definitely soothe our bleeding hearts.
This refers to your editorial, To target Pak, raise costs for its military (Sept. 29).
Far from having a cordial dialogue to sort out the issue or even honouring the verdict of the Supreme Court, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are at loggerheads with each other with violence and mayhem at its
It is not surprising that while India is busy furnishing proof of Pakistani involvement in the Uri mayhem, Pakistan is claiming that the terror attack was stagemanaged by India. What next?
After the terror attack in Pathankot and Uri, the Narendra Modi government has decided not to participate in the Saarc summit, which is to be hosted by Pakistan.
The decision to formally join the Paris Agreement on Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary and ensure the treaty’s entry into force in 2016 will buttress India’s claim as a climate leader.
It is a winning start for Kohli & Co at Kanpur.
This is with reference to S. Nihal Singh’s article, Will AAP’s fall be as dramatic as its rise? (Sept. 26).
India has done well to pack a punch against Pakistan in retaliation for the recent terrorist strike in Uri by deciding to restart construction on the Tulbul project on the Indus river, suspend meeting
India’s victory over the Kiwis in the first Test match by 197 runs seems a comfortable one and the credit for this should go to R. Ashwin.
The Maratha Kranti Muk Morcha has been taking out silent marches in various towns in Maharashtra over the last one month, following the rape and murder of a girl at Kopardi in Ahmednagar district two
Horrendous rapes in Delhi are really a shame on India. The need of the hour is to undertake effective and stern measures to protect women.
No doubt that after many elections and much water down the Ganga, the Congress is making a serious pitch for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.