Nikalnā ḳhuld se aadam kā sunte aa.e haiñ lekin bahut be-ābrū ho kar tire kūche se ham nikle By Huma This was the first time I went for Jashn-e-Rekhta, the largest Urdu festival held last week, February 17-19, at IGNCA, in the heart of the national capital Delhi. Organised by a non-profit organization with the … Continue reading Jashn-e-Rekhta, the Celebration amid Tribulation
TIA NEWS / Union Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment Ramdas Athawale has said that the caste system in the country can be annihilated through inter-caste marriages. Talking to media in Hyderabad today he said the Ambedkar Foundation is offering an incentive of 2 lakh 50 thousand rupees to those couple who undergo … Continue reading Intercaste marriages only way to end caste system: Athawale
President, PM did not send greeting to Pak on its Independence day A AKHTER Even as President Parnab Mukkhrjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not send customary Independence Day greeting to Pakistan on august 14, this year, and PM sending strong message to Pakistan from Red Fort, Indian Border Security Force, BSF today gifted box of traditional Indian sweets to Pakistani Rangers … Continue reading At tense moment, BSF offers sweets to Pak Rangers on I-day
गौ रक्षा के नाम पर ब्राह्मणवादी और मनुवादी मानसिकता को पिछले दरवाज़े से हम दलित, पिछड़े और आदिवासियों पर पुनः लादने का प्रयास बंद कीजिए, वरना इसका परिणाम देश के लिए विध्वंसक होगा | आदरणीय मोदीजी, मैं पूरी विनम्रता से आपका ध्यान आपके गृह राज्य गुजरात में अहमदाबाद से 360 किलोमीटर दूर उना में … Continue reading प्रधानमंत्री के नाम लालू यादव का खुला पत्र
By Vivek Shukla Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson Kanubhai Ramdas Gandhi, who is living in an old age home with his wife Dr. Shiva Gandhi and sent one of his minister to ask about the well being of the old couple, it is still unknown as to why Bapu’s … Continue reading Why Bapu Grandson choose to stay at Old-Age Home?
Obituary: Isak Chishi Swu By Nirendra Dev Born and brought up in Nagaland and someone who had baptism into journalism in Nagaland itself in early 1990s – when the writ of Isak Chishi Swu and his compatriot Thuingaleng Muivah as NSCN (IM) bosses writ large – I am not quite sure whether Swu rejoiced the … Continue reading End of a religious Naga sepapratist
Where is Justice for Jisha? The other day, I had a spat with a Facebook friend when he objected to my use of strong words like Devil and Satan for a human being. Quoting chapter and verse, he argued that man was God’s creation and such a creation could never be called a devil or … Continue reading Devil’s Own Country
By A.J. Philip While my heart-felt condolences are to the kith and kin of those killed in the fire tragedy in Kerala, I will blame the whole Kerala society for what has happened. Those who have suffered burn injuries know how painful they are. Over 400 people are suffering from burn and other injuries. They … Continue reading Religious Tragedy and Rule of Law
By Dr. Afroz Alam Recently, three important developments took place on the issue of reservation scheme in the country, besides mobilisations of Patels of Gujrat, Kapus of Andhra Pradesh and Jats of Haryana. First, RSS slightly changed its classical stand from complete overhauling of reservation to excluding affluent from reservation dividends in the field of … Continue reading Quota, Private or Public and Political Dilemma
By PROF. SUGATA BOSE “I sometimes fear that those who are defining nationalism so narrowly will end up one day describing Rabindranath Tagore, the composer of our National Anthem, as anti-national if they read some of the sentences in his book on nationalism,” said Trinamol Congress MP Prof. Sugata Bose while taking part in discussion … Continue reading ‘It is narrow, selfish, arrogant Nationalism’
Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu spearheaded home challenge in the 7th edition of India Open Super Series Badminton ...
Saina Nehwal today defeated Chinese Taipei's Chia Hsin Li in the India Super Series Badminton Tournament to re ...