Stunting Intellectual Growth in Institutions of Higher Learning!

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- In recent times, academic freedom in universities across India has deteriorated. We read how the dissenting opinions were crushed in varsities - public universities such as the Ce... Read More

Bihar: After the Judas Kiss

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- For the common man walking along the streets of Patna, there is no doubt about it. Despite the thick winter fog on Sunday, January 28, it became as clear as crystal: Nitish Kumar ... Read More


NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- I mean by Ramarajya-Divine Raj, the kingdom of God. Ramarajya of my dream ensures equal rights alike of Prince and Pauper.... Ramarajya is undoubtedly one of true democracy.... (Y... Read More

Interim Budget: Women, children neglected

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- In her shortest speech, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman laid out the outline for the fiscal year 2024-25 during her presentation of the interim budget: "We need to focus on fo... Read More

Seven Social Sins

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- On January 30, 2024, Indians commemorated the 76th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the Nation. Aligned with a political ideology diametrically opposed to the vi... Read More

Open letter to Chhattisgarh CM: Christians punch above their weight

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- Dear Shri Vishnu Deo Sai Ji, When you took over as the fourth Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, I was happy that a tribal had reached there. I thought you knew the state's problems... Read More

What a Vengeful God!

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- Israel's genocidal war against the Palestinian nation and its citizens has entered the fourth month. With the complicity, connivance and ammunition support of the Biden administra... Read More

Call to Cease Inhuman Killing of Palestinians

NEW DELHI, Feb. 5 -- The International Court of Justice, the top court of the United Nations, located in the Hague, Netherlands, on January 26, gave out a ruling that many have touted as a landmark. I... Read More

A Long Walk..!

NEW DELHI, Jan. 22 -- It's a long walk he's settled himself to do, from Manipur to Mumbai! Six thousand seven hundred and thirteen kilometres! Stretching and arduous, it's going to be, but tis not t... Read More

Tagore's Dream of India

NEW DELHI, Jan. 22 -- Rabindranath Tagore was born in 1861 and died in 1941. He experienced slavery in his motherland, India. For Tagore, the first Asian to win the Nobel prize in literature, freedom ... Read More