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After war-torn Iraq, Indian nationals are stuck once again in another country in the Arab world — Libya — whose political order was undermined by the marauding Americans in the name of promoting democracy three years ago, giving jihadi fighters a chance to roam freely and threaten the scratchy ...

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Kancha Ilaiah
Kancha Ilaiah

The collective moral might and high-mindedness of the Communist parties of India miserably ...

Patralekha  Chatterjee
Patralekha Chatterjee

Here is something for Dinanath Batra to chew on. While he leads the charge against cakes and ...

K.N. Bhat
K.N. Bhat

The conscience of Justice Markandey Katju, dormant for over 10 years, erupted recently, throwing ...

Anil Dharker
Anil Dharker

If you care about India’s children, prepare to shed a tear now. If you care about Gujarat’s ...

Sreeram  Chaulia
Sreeram Chaulia

In Gurez, at the upper edge of northern Kashmir Valley, a serene calm prevails along the Line of ...

Mystic Mantra

Swati Chopra
Swati Chopra

Out for a walk the other day, I found the path that snakes through the neighbourhood park ...

Francis Gonsalves
Francis Gonsalves

Can you imagine a world without friends? Without friendships? How would you feel if all your ...

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Embarrassment is in store for the Gandhi family as former external affairs minister

The collective moral might and high-mindedness of the Communist parties of India miserably failed the country in the critical battle of 2014. Their numbers in Parliament dropped drastically and their presence as an ideological force is dwindling day by day.

Here is something for Dinanath Batra to chew on. While he leads the charge against cakes and candles on birthdays, all things Western, including English language education, millions of Chinese college students take the country’s many standardised English tests every year, hoping to embellish their resumes with language certificates.