UN, don't follow the 'Hypocritic' Oath on CAA

India, Jan. 4 -- It could not have been ignorant of the international conventions and their similarities with the CAA. According to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right... Read More

Global corridors of power get a Chinese makeover

India, Jan. 4 -- As China continues its inexorable rise to global prominence, it is spreading its soft power throughout the global corridors of power. Beijing is well represented in most international... Read More

The unending saga of Uttar Pradesh

India, Jan. 4 -- Two instances of leaders reacting to the unfolding situations on the ground have left people shell-shocked. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, astounded one and all when h... Read More

Mindset needs to change for women's empowerment

India, Jan. 4 -- Shift has to be in a way wherein we nurture our children-both male and female. The recent brutal rape and murder of Priyanka Reddy, the 26-year-old veterinary doctor at Shadnagar (T... Read More

Unnecessary escalation in Middle East

India, Jan. 4 -- The United States, in an act which is set to have far-reaching consequences, has assassinated Iran's top military commander, Qassem Soleimani, who was the leader of the Revolutionary ... Read More

The bill for property loss must be paid

India, Jan. 4 -- Proportionate financial punishment must be carried out in cases of loss of property. Whether because the colonial structure of governance was retained almost in its entirety after 1... Read More

MEA's statement on Iran rightly restrained

India, Jan. 4 -- If the region gets disturbed, destabilised, tension ridden, it will have serious repercussions for India. The New Year has begun with a powerful bang. The assassination of Iranian G... Read More

2010s: A dreadful decade for freedom

India, Jan. 4 -- This century began well from the perspective of liberty in India. Almost a decade of reforms had opened up the economy galvanising entrepreneurship, boosting wealth creation, releasin... Read More

'Churchill was no friend of India but he didn't orchestrate Bengal famine'

India, Jan. 4 -- British author, historian Diana Preston says she doesn't believe Churchill orchestrated Bengal famine, but was 'undoubtedly slow to respond to its seriousness' New Delhi :Journalist... Read More

Expert views on facets of maturing Indian democracy

India, Jan. 4 -- New Delhi: There was a time "Vision 2020" was much talked about, but now we are almost there. The title of the book, Whither India in 2022?, edited by Surendra Kumar, is a fascinating... Read More