It's A Pity That Dhyan Chand, Balbir Singh Didn't Get What They Deserved: Ajit Pal Singh

Delhi, June 5 -- When Balbir Singh Senior played his first Olympics in 1948 in London, Ajit Pal Singh was barely a year old. Twenty years later when Ajit Pal, now 73, was in his first camp for the 196... Read More

From Cheap Hindu Idols To Telecom Equipment: Here's Why You Can't Keep Chinese Goods Away

Delhi, June 5 -- PM Narendra Modi's clarion call for self-reliance and his appeal to Indian consumers to buy local products added punch to the prevailing anti-China sentiments due to Beijing's role in... Read More

Opinion | India Has Been Trying 'Atmanirbharta' Since 2014, Why Hasn't It Succeeded?

Delhi, June 5 -- Make in India, launched in 2014, has not been able to attract much investment in manufacturing. Besides, India is far behind many ASEAN countries in attracting investment in manufactu... Read More

After Revocation Of Article 370, Has China Become A 'Third Party' To Kashmir Dispute?

Delhi, June 5 -- On May 30, Lt General B.S. Raju, the general officer commanding of 15 Corps, and Dilbag Singh, director general of police, Jammu and Kashmir, chaired a high-level meeting in which top... Read More

India Must Make No Compromise With China On LAC

Delhi, June 5 -- Through the past few weeks, India's border with China, or the Line of Actual Control (LAC), has become a theatre of 'actual' excitement. It must be clarified at the outset that 'LAC' ... Read More

No Country, Except India, Can Offer Chinese Companies Growth Opportunities In Infra, Telecom: Anil Bhardwaj, FISME

Delhi, June 5 -- In an interview with Outlook, Anil Bhardwaj, Secretary General, FISME, says China can never ignore India for its growth, and India needs China for its industrial engine to boom. Excer... Read More

'A Mob Destroyed My Coffee Shop And Opened The Door To A Film'

Delhi, June 5 -- Nasir's eponymous protagonist writes poetry and endearing love letters to his wife. He is a Muslim salesman trying to negotiate his straitened circumstances as sectarianism simmers in... Read More

Amphan Diary

Delhi, June 5 -- The Calm After The Storm My breakfast show on Radio Mirchi has been back on air for over a week. It could not have been better-timed-as Calcutta and its suburbs, especially the two P... Read More

Tales Told By Gaslight

Delhi, June 5 -- Many of Hemendra Kumar's works are non-fictional adult writings. The highly appropriate cover design by Pinaki De suggests that Calcutta Nights is not kid-lit. Its Bengali predecessor... Read More

Small Scale, Mega Mess: Relief Package Not Enough To Revive Corona-Battered MSME Sector

Delhi, June 5 -- The government's top priority is to clean up the mess MSMEs (micro, small, and medium enterprises) are in due to the pandemic. All efforts are on to provide them credit guarantees and... Read More