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Modi magic is skating on thin ice, and it’s time to make votes count

The country’s educated often indulge in armchair politics but find it tedious to go out and vote.

28 Nov 2018 12:23 AM

Make it a green Diwali

A friend posted this on her Facebook and it really touched my heart, mostly because it echoes what Diwali really means to me.

06 Nov 2018 12:13 AM

#MeToo will take time... at last women are speaking up

It was gratifying to see Hindustan Times’ Prashant Jha step down as the chief of bureau after allegations of sexual misconduct hit the headlines.

25 Oct 2018 2:02 AM

Schools must encourage independence of thoughts

India has the largest youth population in the world. Most of them are unable to find fruitful employment.

08 Oct 2018 12:07 AM

Swachchh Bharat Mission has to translate beyond photo-ops

Going beyond the crumbling waste management infrastructure, our people have to change their mindset.

25 Sep 2018 12:27 AM


‘PM Modi’s talk about discipline is undemocratic and misunderstood’

The more you look at 2018, the more it is looking like 1984. No, not the year 1984, but I mean it in the Orwellian sense.

10 Sep 2018 12:31 AM

Votebank politics result in step-motherly treatment for India’s states in dire need

Rahul Gandhi’s promise to uplift the huge migrant population of artisans, carpenters, plumbers and weavers has been looked at with a jaundiced eye.

27 Aug 2018 12:10 AM

It’s crucial to make your child learn how to handle disappointment

Saving children from the small disappointments in life leaves them unprepared for the larger ones which are sure to hit their paths ahead.

13 Aug 2018 12:15 AM

WhatsAppenin’ in India?

Imagine lying ripped apart, slashed, broken, bleeding, knowing you will never see your loved ones, your kids, your parents, your family, ever again.

27 Jul 2018 2:18 AM

Sunanda Pushkar’s death has left Shashi Tharoor more vulnerable

Sunanda was a successful businesswoman from Dubai, and she was used to living the high life, in the limelight.

13 Jul 2018 1:24 AM


India is facing a water crisis: A long-term plan is needed

There are many who cannot afford to drink clean water or even take a decent bath.

29 Jun 2018 1:16 AM

Let’s make our children feel secure. Exam results are not everything

The idea of success and a life led successfully is different in what we call the advanced nations of the world.

13 Jun 2018 12:47 AM

Stress time for kids: Bring back the joy of studying

The parents are also blind to the fact that there are various other things and streams a child can pick as career choices.

23 May 2018 1:05 AM

An atmosphere of fear engulfs the nation... It’s time to stem the rot

We live in times when minority prayers are unceremoniously disrupted by right-wing activists of Gurugram in our own backyard.

09 May 2018 12:51 AM

The Mind Cleaver and his Bedmate

Hunky Dory Inc. had to be run in a certain manner. Hunky wanted profit at all costs.

25 Apr 2018 6:36 AM


CBSE exam paper leaks: Board needs to get its house in order

The CBSE finally did show some sense by not making all students sit for the retest.

11 Apr 2018 12:18 AM

Rahul’s endearing style energising the Congress as it readies for 2019 battle

Rahul Gandhi, on the other hand, works with an enviably clean and light heart, devoid of the burden and vitriol that hatred and arrogance begets.

28 Mar 2018 12:15 AM

Pull back from the virtual world, it can be dangerous. Learn to accept reality

It’s high time to pull back on our covers and allow ourselves to heal, away from the scathing eyes of this unreal world that we have created.

14 Mar 2018 1:52 AM

Schools, parents must be more vigilant in these violent times

The protective myelin sheath of our society is corroded and our nerves are raw and exposed.

21 Feb 2018 12:54 AM

Act before it’s too late: Goonda raj on the rise, must be kept in check

The Rajputs will benefit hugely if the status is granted. But this status is not an easy dole to give.

07 Feb 2018 2:16 AM