If the past held no sway over the future, we would be different people. Times change, but people don't for you have to live on the grid and not off it.
Things between right and wrong become blurry because we live in confusing times.
History is full of anonymous heroes. You can run from history, dread it, hate it, but never ignore it. The strongest choices require the hardest wills, only then will you come out trumps.
The needless controversy and brouhaha over the handing over of Red Fort to a corporate has evoked myriad reactions since it involves our heritage.
Continuing where we left off last week on the subject of an Eastern Switzerland, it is clear that dreaming is free and there is no charge or cess levied on it.
The media whirligig constantly looking for new juice to keep the frenzy fed appears fatigued when it comes to Kashmir.
Life’s impermanence is not something you need to be reminded of. And yet, history’s learning are never transposed.
Of the dramatis personae on the Kashmir stage, Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah obviously towered above everyone else and I include Panditji in this elite list for without Sheikh Saheb’s call for revolt ag
Like a slingshot, it struck at the very heart of the new Indian democracy’s show window. It came abruptly and yet seductively, blindsiding everyone in the Nehru Administration.
Propriety demands that Chanda Kochhar, member of Kamath’s Angels (K V Kamath headed ICICI for many years and both Chanda and Shikha Sharma were his proteges) quit post haste.