Sunday, January 16, 2022
New era awaits Delhi and Kashmir despite roadblocks
Centre's belief that it can ride rough shod over the feelings of the people is grossly undemocratic, unjustified and in the long run impracticable. A week is a long time in political affairs and statecraft. But two...
Flood havoc fails to wake up Bihar administration
As the monsoon season has set in the spectre of floods has come to haunt Bihar once again. Like previous years, this time around the state government's promises of a better flood management strategy turned...
Centre-state tussle casting a long shadow on Indian federalism
Election after election keeps India in a state of perpetual war with itself. The chaos borne out from the political slugfests continued to bedevil the nation’s progress throughout its 70-odd years of history and still...
Unfulfilled promises killing memories of martyrs
  Earlier this week the country paid homage to the 20 jawans on their first death anniversary. They laid down their lives valiantly fighting the Chinese army in the Galwan valley last year. But strangely no...
No more blame game
Life seemed to be coming back on track, slowly but steadily. Everything seemed normal again. Schools and colleges were about to start with new academic session with double the zeal and enthusiasm albeit with all...
Examination assessment of students
  In one of the most awaited decisions, and probably one of the most sensible ones, taken this week, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled Class 12 examinations while shelving 10th board till...
  The road to recovery for the pandemic-hit Indian economy seems long one. Reason: the economy has entered a technical recession with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) registering a negative growth for two successive quarters during...
  The COVID-19 crisis hit the industry hard globally. India is no exception. The healthcare sector, especially medical tourism, is also a victim of the cascading effects of the Pandemic. Now, both the government and the...