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Mohan Guruswamy | Beware world! Big Brother is listening and watching…

The US and some other countries have an array of space satellites orbiting at preselected trajectories to watch over their areas of interest

09 Aug 2022 12:08 AM

Aakar Patel | Will India get left behind as world speeds up space race?

It is hoped India’s first uncrewed mission will be launch by 2023’s end, as part of a Rs. 9,023- crore project

09 Aug 2022 12:05 AM

Sanjaya Baru | Flag of freedom: Tricolour of a multi-coloured nation

India’s tricolour comes in four colours but patriotism in our sub-continental, civilisational nation comes in many colours

08 Aug 2022 12:20 AM

Pavan K Varma | The naked indecency of outrage over Ranveer

Since two Hindus have filed the complaints, it would be pertinent to ask: Is Hindu culture really so prudish?

07 Aug 2022 2:21 AM

Shashi Warrier | Is the Indian govt spoiling its citizens?

The government wants citizens to make the best of whatever they get. So everyone learns to evolve, to deal with whatever life gives them

07 Aug 2022 12:17 AM

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Anita Katyal | Why Modi wants focus on Rahul; Dhami may face Biplab Deb’s fate

Though Mr Modi is way ahead of his rivals, BJP would not want any Opposition leader to take political centrestage ahead of 2024 LS polls

07 Aug 2022 12:09 AM

Farrukh Dhondy | UK Labour lists all that’s wrong: Cronyism, hate & rising racism

The UK Labour Party has taken the bold step of producing a report on what’s gone wrong within its ranks

06 Aug 2022 12:24 AM

Shobhaa De | Parliament’s Bag Ladies and India’s meme stakes

Mahua Moitra’s bag replaced Ranveer Singh’s butt in the meme stakes this week.

06 Aug 2022 12:24 AM

AA EDIT | Why boycott Aamir 'remake'?

Aamir Khan, who possibly fancies himself a bit as India’s Hank, faces the ire of the fundamentalists on the Hindutva side

05 Aug 2022 12:35 AM

Dilip Cherian | Why babu rejig in UP govt is an ongoing process

Last week, the UP government reshuffled 13 IAS officers, including 10 of the rank of district magistrates and CDOs, with immediate effect

05 Aug 2022 12:30 AM

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K.C. Singh | After Zawahiri: Be alert for Afghan churn, J&K fallout

US President Joe Biden proclaimed, like his predecessors did after killing high-value militants, that 'now justice has been delivered'

05 Aug 2022 12:25 AM

Sunanda K Datta-Ray | UK bristles over migration, race as Sunak, Truss battle

It must be explained that Britons are not choosing a new government at this juncture

04 Aug 2022 1:20 AM

Mohan Guruswamy | Why State of Israel has lost its heroic sheen

Israel’s heroic burnish is now dulled after the emergence of Israel as the pre-eminent and most ruthless power in the Middle East

02 Aug 2022 11:50 PM

Anita Anand | What Droupadi as President will mean for tribals? Not very much…

Are such appointments of women and individuals from the minorities just tokenism?

02 Aug 2022 11:47 PM

Aakar Patel | Despite harsh laws, India can’t become a police state

Real question is whether the impulse of State is to move towards greater liberty for individuals or greater restrictions and a police state

02 Aug 2022 7:20 AM

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Syed Ata Hasnain | Biden in Mideast: Why old conflicts can’t be forgotten

The war in Ukraine has reinvigorated the importance of the Middle East and the inevitability of the US-Israel special relationship

02 Aug 2022 7:09 AM

Kishwar Desai | When libel WAGs a friendship; will Harry’s memoir pack a bombshell?

Packaged for Christmas, Prince Harry will, along with his ghost-writer J.R. Moehringer, tell all in a new book

01 Aug 2022 12:12 AM

Shikha Mukerjee | Parl as a battleground: Does disruption help govt or Opp?

The disruption provoked by the ruling side is identical to the art of the double con games and heists made popular on Netflix

31 Jul 2022 11:36 PM

Saeed Naqvi | Walk the talk on ‘atma nirbharta’: Need new culture on foreign ‘news’

The culture of dependence on the former colonial masters to fill our foreign pages is all-pervasive

31 Jul 2022 12:10 AM

Shailaja Khanna | Abhangs, ‘secular’ food for the soul

Sadly, the emotive element in musical genres linked to devotion seems to be taking a back seat nowadays

30 Jul 2022 11:42 PM

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