ARTICLES

Farm Bills: Boon or Bane for Agriculture Sector

By Kushal Jeena The controversial farm sector bills that the National Democratic Alliance government, NDA has passed in haste during recently concluded Monsoon session of Parliament are all set to provide big national and international companies a free run and would ultimately lead to death of farmers particularly small and marginal. The controversial bills that … Continue reading Farm Bills: Boon or Bane for Agriculture Sector

Muslim Vilification and Tabligi Jamat’s Coronavirus Spin

By Syed Ali Mujtaba Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy made a written statement in the Rajya Sabha on September 21, 2020, that the Tabligi Jamat’s congregation in March was the reason for Coronavirus spread to “many persons” in the country. The Minister deliberately chose to remain silent on the exact number … Continue reading Muslim Vilification and Tabligi Jamat’s Coronavirus Spin

UN Diamond Anniversary: A Sombre Celebration

At 75, UN calls for a boost to multilateralism By Asad Mirza The 75th UN General Assembly (UNGA) session, which began on 15 September has been unlike any other organisation which has completed such a long period of its existence. This year, most global leaders will not be at the UN in person and most … Continue reading UN Diamond Anniversary: A Sombre Celebration

What Forces Could Drive the Economic Recovery?

By Shaktikanta Das, Governor, RBI The end-August press release of the National Statistics Office (NSO) was a telling reflection of the ravages of COVID-19. Nevertheless, high frequency indicators of agricultural activity, the purchasing managing index (PMI) for manufacturing and private estimates for unemployment point to some stabilisation of economic activity in Q2, while contractions in … Continue reading What Forces Could Drive the Economic Recovery?

Muslim migrants and refugees, Who is responsible for them?

Asad Mirza The Islamic heritage includes strong – even stern – commands on the importance of seeking refuge if one is facing persecution, as well as on the duty of providing asylum to those who need it. Of the recent memories, perhaps no one can forget the images of Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old Syrian boy … Continue reading Muslim migrants and refugees, Who is responsible for them?

Pranab Mukherjee: End of a Political era

By ANDALIB AKHTER With the demise of former president Pranab Mukherjee, on August 31, India lost a great leader, visionary, statesman and above all a Bharat Ratna. Former President passed away after a brief illness at the age of 84 in New Delhi. Mukherjee became 13th President of India in 2012, crowning a political career … Continue reading Pranab Mukherjee: End of a Political era

Are Women leaders better for the world?

In the on-going Covid crisis, the response by global women leaders has been more robust, pragmatic and effective as compared to men leaders By Asad Mirza The recent Covid pandemic has shown that the countries that were led by women leaders at the national level have better coped with the crisis. These countries also suffered … Continue reading Are Women leaders better for the world?

DGP Gupteshwar Pandey personifying Chulbul Pandey in Bihar

By Syed Ali Mujtaba ‘Dabang,’ Salman Khan starrer movie character Chulbul Pandey is reincarnated in Bihar and the protagonist being Gupteshwar Pandey, the current Director General of Police, Bihar. Playing Chulbul Pandey in real life, Gupteshwar Pandey, is hogging national media limelight for his proactive statements in response to actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death by … Continue reading DGP Gupteshwar Pandey personifying Chulbul Pandey in Bihar

Indian Muslims at Crossroads !

Muslim in India are facing an existential crisis after 72 years of independence, but the issue to ponder is whether the Indian community should blame itself or others for the position in which it is at present. By ASAD MIRZA 73 years after attaining independence, in the struggle for which it played a crucial role, … Continue reading Indian Muslims at Crossroads !

Nationalism Redefined in COVID era

During the Covid-era efforts are on to redefine nationalism as interpreted during the medieval history. Asad Mirza While the world was busy in fighting the Covid pandemic, some negative and fissiparous tendencies reared their head again globally. During this time they were able to reconsolidate, strengthen and further their negative and boorish agenda. In the … Continue reading Nationalism Redefined in COVID era

SPORTS

P.V. Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth & Sai Praneeth in action in singles quarterfinals of Swiss Open Badminton

WEB DESK In Swiss Open Super-300 Badminton tournament, Indian shuttlers P.V. Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth and S ...

Hockey Women: India is getting closer to the top teams in world, says chief coach Sjoerd Marijne

Harpal Singh Bedi / New Delhi The Indian Women’s Hockey Team Chief Coach Sjoerd Marjine on Friday claimed ...

خبرنامہ

چین لداخ کے باقی علاقوں میں فوجوں کی واپسی کی کو یقینی بنائے: بھارت

AMN وزارت خارجہ نے کہا ہے کہ بھارت امید کرتا ہے کہ چین باقی عل ...

آتم نربھر بھارت ایک قومی جذبہ ہے نہ کہ صرف ایک اقتصادی مہم: وزیر اعظم مودی

WEB DESK جناب مودی نے زور دے کر کہا کہ آتم نربھر بھارت ایک قومی ...

وزیر اعظم نریندر مودی نے کووڈ ٹیکہ لگوایا

WEB DESK وزیراعظم نریندر مودی نے آج نئی دلّی کے ایمس میں کووڈ-ا ...

TECH AWAAZ

Abu Dhabi Digital signs partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Enterprise

WEB DESK The Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA)has signed a partnership agreement with Hewlett Packard Ente ...

Indian Army develops messaging application ‘Secure Application for Internet’

file phot AMN Indian Army has developed a simple messaging application named the Secure Application for ...

MARQUEE

Bangalore and Shimla ‘Most liveable’ cities in India

'Ease of Living Index' released Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI Bangalore has emerged as the top perfo ...

Dubai online International Dance Festival receives overwhelming response

By Harpal Singh Bedi / New Delhi The month long inaugural online Dance festival ‘Bhaktimay Rouhani Majlis ...

MEDIA

Jaideep Bhatnagar takes over as Principal DG, PIB

Staff Reporter Mr. Jaideep Bhatnagar, an Officer of the Indian Information Service of 1986 Batch today took ...

Former president of INS and Chairman of UNI Tuhin Kanti Ghosh is dead

WEB DESK Former president of the Indian Newspaper Society (1987-88) and Chairman of UNI (1984-86), Tuhin Ka ...