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The other side of the coin

A few months ago I looked again at a cartoon by the late OV Vijayan. Mordant acerbic yet full of the care and compassion that caricature almost

An IDEA for the future

Now that the Modi government has completed three years of its national federal governance, one must look back to understand the policy trajectory and its outcomes, and also the way

Bhat killing: With curbs in place, Kashmir tense but under control

The situation in Kashmir remained tense but under control with authorities imposing curfew-like restrictions in most parts of the valley on Sunday, fearing that the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander

Indian carriers pip foreign airlines

For those wanting to travel abroad this summer season, the news could not have come at a better time. Riding high on improved earnings in the domestic market, Indian carriers are beating their formidable foreign rivals on key international routes like India-Dubai and India-US.

Dirty war has to be fought innovatively

Army chief Bipin Rawat (in pic) has fully backed the soldier on ground in Jammu and Kashmir, saying there are no rules of engagement in a “dirty war.”
For good

Dirty war has to be fought innovatively

Army chief Bipin Rawat (in pic) has fully backed the soldier on ground in Jammu and Kashmir, saying there are no rules of engagement in a “dirty war.”
For good

Sugar production may see marginal increase

India’s sugar production may see a marginal increase to about 22 million tonnes next season.
It belies expectation of a bumper crop as farmers have not increased the areas

Trump Ducks Reporter Questions on Trip, Only G-7 Leader to Do So

Donald Trump wrapped up his first foreign trip as President—a nine-day excursion from Saudi Arabia to Sicily— without once holding a news conference.
That made the U

The man who did too much

In the mid-90s, Kanwar Pal Singh Gill walked into the office of The Statesman in New Delhi to tender an apology for the attack on two journalists by his personal

Govt in talks with SoftBank for funding 2 lakh e-buses

To promote electric vehicles on a mass scale, the government is holding initial talks with Japanese investment firm SoftBank for low interest funding of 2 lakh electric buses for public

  • Researchers from Harbin Medical University, China, feel that going to bed late at night is the main reason behind male impotency.


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