ARTICLES

It’s Fourth turnaround by Narendra Modi

Syed Ali Mujtaba Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally apologized to the nation when he announced on TV to repeal three Farm laws that he vociferously defended for the past year saying “Today, I apologize if some farmers did not understand what we wanted to do through the farm laws. We have decided to repeal the … Continue reading It’s Fourth turnaround by Narendra Modi

Expectation form Glasgow Climate Change Summit

Asad Mirza The Glasgow Summit will prove whether the global leaders are ready to put the entire mankind to peril or whether sagaciously they’ll work out a roadmap to counter climate change effectively and wisely. A UN-sponsored marathon conference to tackle the global climate crisis is due to being the British city of Glasgow, the … Continue reading Expectation form Glasgow Climate Change Summit

How an Account Aggregator (AA) can make your financial life hassle-free

Account aggregators empower individuals by providing them control over their personal financial data, which otherwise remain in silos. ANDALIB AKHTER The Union Finance Ministry last week unveiled the Account Aggregator (AA) network in banking with eight of India’s largest banks. The new financial data-sharing system would likely to revolutionize investing and credit, giving millions of … Continue reading How an Account Aggregator (AA) can make your financial life hassle-free

How to negotiate with the Taliban?

ANDALIB AKHTER Many countries in including India is looking for ways to deal with the Taliban. In order to save lives, it will be necessary to negotiate with Afghanistan’s new rulers.  Western governments say that — on principle — they do not negotiate with terrorists. But often reality is different. There have been many examples … Continue reading How to negotiate with the Taliban?

Autumn’s Shadow on the Arab Spring

Asad Mirza The onset of Arab Spring had raised expectations in the region of power being transferred to the people ultimately, but the ensuing developments have completely changed the dynamics of the pro-people movements in the region. While most the Indian media has been obsessed with developments taking place in Afghanistan, it has nearly missed … Continue reading Autumn’s Shadow on the Arab Spring

How should India react to victory of Taliban in Afghanistan?

BY DR ZAFARUL-ISLAM KHAN India seems to be in fix over how to deal with the new regime in Afghanistan. As the reports coming, Taliban have expressed their appreciation of the development work India did in Afghanistan which means that they are extending a hand of friendship to us. This situation should be grasped and … Continue reading How should India react to victory of Taliban in Afghanistan?

Musings on the 75th Independence Day: The Indian dream is endangered

By Zafarul-Islam Khan Our long struggle and sacrifices for freedom which led to independence in 1947 and framing of a constitution three years later had dreams for the country. We wanted a society where interests of the poorest will be taken care of while framing and implementing policies. Where a level playing field will be … Continue reading Musings on the 75th Independence Day: The Indian dream is endangered

Recalling India’s performances at previous Olympics (Seoul to Rio)

By Harpal Singh Bedi Called the greatest show on earth, the Olympic Games are celebration of human excellence, behaviour and endeavour. It is dream of every athlete on the planet to be take part in these games and bring laurels to his or her country. This quadrangular sporting extravaganza unites the World at least for … Continue reading Recalling India’s performances at previous Olympics (Seoul to Rio)

PM Modi Blog: Reforms by Conviction and Incentives

By Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India The Covid-19 pandemic has come with whole new set of challenges to Governments across the world in terms of policy-making. India is no exception. Raising enough resources for public welfare while ensuring sustainability is proving to be one of the biggest challenges. In this back-drop of financial crunch … Continue reading PM Modi Blog: Reforms by Conviction and Incentives

Indian Church and Nation Building

Christianity in India is as old as many other religions in India By Madhu Chandra India Christians set to celebrate the 1970 years of Christianity in India on 3 July 2021. Historically, Indian Christians observe the martyrdom day of St Thomas on 3rd July every year. Christianity in India is as old as many other … Continue reading Indian Church and Nation Building

SPORTS

First Test match between India and New Zealand begins in Kanpur

India were 82 for 2 in their first innings of the first Test against New Zealand in Kanpur, a shortwhile ago. ...

Saudi Arabia launches first women’s football league

It is only a few years since Saudi women were allowed inside stadiums to watch soccer matches. Now Saudi Arabi ...

India commences title defence campaign against France in Junior Hockey World Cup

Harpal Singh Bedi Defending champion India start favourite against France as they commence their campaign t ...

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MARQUEE

Positive parenting vital for protecting children: NCPCR

Staff Reporter National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) Member Pragna Parande has said th ...

Google Doodle Honours Poet, Freedom Fighter Subhadra Kumari Chauhan

WEB DESKOn the occasion of the Indian activist and author's 117th birth anniversary,Google Doodle on Monday, 1 ...