THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Few men of action have been able to make a graceful exit at the appropriate time. — Malcolm Muggeridge

Opinion

The invisible people

The invisible people

Forgotten amid the crisis, they need contingency fund

Construction in limbo

Construction in limbo

FICCI urges gradual resumption to revive economy

Food security at stake

Food security at stake

Address inadequacies of public distribution system

Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment

Shortage points to fault lines in health infrastructure

Covid hotspot

Covid hotspot

Religious body at fault, but it’s wrong to vilify community

Harvest of hope

Harvest of hope

Farming is about subsistence, even in lockdown

Bareilly treatment

Bareilly treatment

Victimisation of migrant workers must be curbed

Spending it right

Spending it right

Chance to radically prioritise healthcare, research

Reassuring clarity

Reassuring clarity

Govt dismisses speculation on lockdown extension

Mere apology is not enough, they deserve more
Julio Ribeiro

Mere apology is not enough, they deserve more

Modiji’s intentions in declaring a lockdown were noble as well as necessary. Could his army of advis...

Count blessings, this shall pass
Ira Pande

Count blessings, this shall pass

For every tragic account, there is a heart-warming one of how people the world over have put aside d...

Train of thought, recalled
Lt Gen KJ Singh (retd)

Train of thought, recalled

Love and life in the time of corona
Rahul Singh

Love and life in the time of corona

We all are facing something that seems unreal, yet it is right there in our faces, real and terrifyi...

Going around in circles
Vivek Katju

Going around in circles

America’s ‘strategic exit’ from Afghanistan will be anything but easy

Political economy of coronavirus pandemic
Aunindyo Chakravarty

Political economy of coronavirus pandemic

In the absence of jobs, the best option is for various government schemes to provide direct support ...

His Gurmat Sangeet touched heights of divinity
Pritam Singh

His Gurmat Sangeet touched heights of divinity

Bhai Nirmal Singh Khalsa (April 12, 1952 – April 2, 2020)

Awaiting a paradigm shift
Avijit Pathak

Awaiting a paradigm shift

Post-corona era should encourage deeper insights into ourselves and our world

Corona crisis offers eco-friendly lifeline
Tara Kartha

Corona crisis offers eco-friendly lifeline

Satellites have reported a significant decrease in poisonous gases over major cities, some as much a...

‘Jerking allowance’ made the day

Nehchal Sandhu

‘Jerking allowance’ made the day

When Tohra bought us trousers

Roopinder Singh

When Tohra bought us trousers

When I tested positive...

Prabhjot Singh

When I tested positive...

A sweet timepass in hard times

RS Dalal

A sweet timepass in hard times

Gursharan Singh

A scientist and mentor of mentors

Unheralded corona warriors

Roopinder Singh

Unheralded corona warriors

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