OPINION

Antifa: Does it portend well for India?

By Asad Mirza The recent Black protests in the United States have brought another player on the scene and media agenda. This is Antifa, which has been blamed as spearheading the protests in the US and several other European countries. Now, what is Antifa? Simple enough, it is a short form of anti-fascists. Unsubstantiated historical … Continue reading Antifa: Does it portend well for India?

Dr Jagannath Mishra: End of an era in Bihar politics..

By A.J. Philip Today’s villain may be tomorrow’s saint. History is replete with instances of this kind. Even in one’s own lifetime, a person may appear differently to different people. Railway Minister Lalit Narain Mishra was one such person. For many, he was a rising star in Bihar politics who had his eyes set on … Continue reading Dr Jagannath Mishra: End of an era in Bihar politics..

Man killed for not apologizing to dog: Time-bound hanging can control murders

LETTER TO EDITOR It refers to shocking incident of brutal stabbings by a dog-owner and his associates in South-West Delhi killing a youth and severely injuring the other when the victims refused to apologies the pet dog. Such incidents will not finish till a strong fear-psychology is developed for time-bound final hanging crossing all hurdles … Continue reading Man killed for not apologizing to dog: Time-bound hanging can control murders

Take back Padma award from Chanda Kochar

Review all cases of Padma awards given in past and snatch honours from those found involved in controversies Opinion By MADHU AGRAWAL The resignation of ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochar from the post even before the probe by retired Justice BN Srikrishna in charges against her was over. Earlier she went on leave pending enquiry-proceedings. … Continue reading Take back Padma award from Chanda Kochar

Lynching creating law and order problem in India

Innocent people getting killed across the country over rumours of child-lifting By Kushal Jeena The rumours and hoaxes of child-kidnapping spread over the social networking sites are getting innocent people killed in different parts of India creating a serious law and order problems for police as they are unable to allay the fear among people … Continue reading Lynching creating law and order problem in India

Shah calls upon BJP workers overthrow Akhilesh govt UP

BJP President Amit Shah has expressed concerned over increasing atrocities not only against common man, but also against journalist and senior police officers in Uttar Pradesh. He said in Kanpur yesterday that all of them are feeling insecure in the state. Addressing a party meeting on mass contact programme for 2017 Assembly elections, Mr Shah … Continue reading Shah calls upon BJP workers overthrow Akhilesh govt UP

SPORTS

History Created: India beat Indonesia 3-0 to lift maiden Thomas Cup trophy

AMN Indian Men's Badminton team on Sunday scripted history by winning the Thomas Cup for the first time eve ...

Thomas Cup Badminton: India to face Indonesia in summit clash

India play first-ever final in 73-year-history BangkoKIn Badminton, rejuvenated Indian male shuttlers s ...

Thomas Cup: Srikanth wins second singles, India leads 2-1

In Thomas Cup Badminton Tournament in Bangkok, India's ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth registered a thumping win ...

MARQUEE

National Museum to celebrate International Museum Day 2022 from 16th-20th May

By SUDHIR KUMAR National Museum New Delhi will celebrate International Museum Day 2022 for five day from to ...

Indian Railways introduces separate seats for newly-born children in trains

AMN Indian Railways has introduced separate seats for newly-born children in trains. The facility has been ...

Finland tops world’s happiest country for fifth straight year

A family tests the water at Pyynikki Beach, just a short walk from downtown Tampere. Photo: Laura Vanzo/Visit ...