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Massacre on railway system

Amritsar tragedy must trigger discipline on the track

Keeping faith at Sabarimala

Respect both the SC order and the believer

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Akal Takht Jathedar resigns

A controversial era comes to an end


VHP, RSS on Ram Temple

Throwing the gauntlet at BJP

Editorials, last 7 days...
Jobs elude deft economic handling

Jobs elude deft economic handling

by Subir Roy

May impact votes as a social issue in spite of the apparent high growth rate

China consolidating its string of pearls

China consolidating its string of pearls

by Lt-Gen Kamal Davar (retd)

China's growing naval build-up in the Indo-Pacific region is to overcome its "Malacca Dilemma" as the narrow Malacca Strait is the conduit from where over 70 per cent of China's energy needs get transported from West Asia. China is wary of the US and Indian naval capabilities and, thus, it is in an overdrive to protect its interests by consolidating its 'string of pearls' .

When the demons of past misdeeds catch up

When the demons of past misdeeds catch up

by Vibha Datta Makhija

The #MeToo issue is larger than individual stories. It spills over to the environments where the victim is conditioned to please, obey, succumb, and to succeed on that basis. For an individual to speak up, it takes strength, conviction, and the ability to lose the personal, economic or professional space which may have been seized by the victim.

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2019 will be a battle between Centre & regions

by Dharamvira Gandhi

To bring India on a par with the 'federal' values of the twenty-first century, it is imperative to put the question of sovereignty of states on the table. A round of talks should be initiated to revisit centre-state relations.


BJP goes the Cong way in Kashmir polls

by Naeem Akhtar

The crisis in Kashmir now is not about the statistics of participation. It is about the credibility of institutions and the ability of the country to accommodate the aspirations of a people with all their cultural, social and religious identity which they feel is threatened more than ever before. It is also about brazenly purchasing the loyalties of a few against the will of the masses.

Comment, last 7 days...
Only if love could have saved him...

Only if love could have saved him...

by Charanjeet Singh Minhas

IT was 2009. I was in Bangalore. A cool breeze was bringing sweetness to the surroundings. On the phone, my wife was telling me the news from our home in Delaware.

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In education, the death of curiosity

by KM Sheshagiri

The many Ravanas on our back

by Hari Krishan ChaudharyMusings, last 7 days...

Thought for the day

The economy is a very sensitive organism. — Hjalmar Schacht

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This day, that year

Lahore, Tuesday, October 22, 1918

Future of Indian Trade.

Daily Reports of Mortality in Lahore.