THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Power does not corrupt people, people corrupt power. — William Gaddis

Opinion

MPs take a pay cut

MPs take a pay cut

Expression of solidarity, but only a short-term measure

Visiting hours opened

Visiting hours opened

Letting kin meet hospitalised Covid-19 patients welcome

IPL in the Emirates

IPL in the Emirates

Need vigilance against Covid, corruption

Harsimrat Badal’s resignation

Harsimrat Badal’s resignation

Amid farmers’ agitation, PM slams middlemen for misinformation

Russian vaccine

Russian vaccine

Covid-ravaged India should facilitate trials

Himachal opens borders

Himachal opens borders

Decision in line with Centre’s unlocking policy

Stocking medical oxygen

Stocking medical oxygen

Punjab must ramp up supply, allay fears of shortage

Restraining rabid shows

Restraining rabid shows

Judicial scrutiny should force media to introspect

Death without data

Death without data

Scrapping of Question Hour negation of accountability

Bajwa, sons and Co.
Tilak Devasher

Bajwa, sons and Co.

Exposé reveals Pak army can loot resources and get away with it

Xi’s zeal spells trouble for world order
Yogesh Gupta

Xi’s zeal spells trouble for world order

By stifling debate and dissent, Xi has made China’s system rigid and fear-ridden. Xi’s centralisat...

NEP-2020 an attempt to democratise education
Raghavendra P Tiwari

NEP-2020 an attempt to democratise education

In the education system, learning does not mean rote memorisation and recall. Instead, it is the pro...

Mahua, mica and Koderma’s other riches
Nehchal Sandhu

Mahua, mica and Koderma’s other riches

Rich in carotene, mahua flowers served as a favoured item amid the repast of tribal communities cons...

Re-assessing Jinnah, like never before
Ira Pande

Re-assessing Jinnah, like never before

New book by a Pak historian delves into how and why Jinnah pursued his dream of a separate homeland ...

Lessons to last lifetime
Brig Sandeep Thapar (Retd)

Lessons to last lifetime

Perilous times, a true test for media, somewhat like Emergency
Rahul Singh

Perilous times, a true test for media, somewhat like Emergency

Opposing the sinister polarisation, at the risk of being called unpatriotic, is a good fight — a fig...

Indus Waters Treaty turns 60, disputes persist
Lt Gen Pramod Grover (Retd)

Indus Waters Treaty turns 60, disputes persist

The existing geopolitical situation and the emerging China-Pakistan water axis prevent any workable ...

Explosive mix of being educated & jobless
Aunindyo Chakravarty

Explosive mix of being educated & jobless

It is likely that younger people look for secure salaried jobs, and when they don’t get it, they b...

A small reminder of the gift of life

Raaja Bhasin

A small reminder of the gift of life

A quintessential teacher

Mohinder Singh

A quintessential teacher

Keep the pen alive…

Surindra Lal

Keep the pen alive…

Husain, hurricane of a kind!

Balvinder

Husain, hurricane of a kind!

Bond of bliss with the banyan

Ritu Kamra Kumar

Bond of bliss with the banyan

The original deliverer of message

Vishavjeet Chaudhary

The original deliverer of message

Missing the boat to China

Lt Gen Pradeep Bali (retd)

Missing the boat to China

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