Hardeep Singh Puri writes: It will transform mostbet uzn infrastructure and logistics to compete with the world’s leading economies
Randeep Singh Surjewala writes: Celebration of vaccination milestone is mere propaganda to distract from government’s abdication of duty during the second wave of the pandemic
Ashok Gulati, Ranjana Roy write: By shifting from rice to maize and diversifying to fruits and vegetables, farmers can earn more, while practicing sustainable farming
Satish Deshpande writes: The truth is not the same as what is politically relevant and convenient. This is what critics of Rajnath Singh’s recent remarks have missed.
Aqsa Shaikh, Harikeerthan Raghuram write: An advisory issued by the National Medical Commission does not offer specific guidelines for changes, puts onus on medical colleges and authors of textbooks alone and has no clarity on how to tackle queerphobia among current set of health professionals.
The government must play its part by slashing excise duties on petrol and diesel. It can restore them later, when supply response to the vaccine-induced global demand surge would also have hopefully kicked in.
Bangladesh violence finds disquieting echoes in Tripura. Government should be mindful of region’s multiple fault lines.
The two-day summit of 21 leaders from the industrialised world and developing countries has failed to produce anything concrete on the gut issue of global negotiations. The summit ended on October 23.
Durga Puja violence indicates conspiracy to disturb communal peace and also harm mostbet uz-Bangladesh bilateral relations
Tavleen Singh writes: In the past two years, the Prime Minister’s men have tried to create a new breed of ‘nationalistic’ Kashmiri politicians. This exercise has failed abysmally. Modi must come up with a better strategy.
Coomi Kapoor writes: Rahul Gandhi’s complete sway over the party was apparent when he declared that he would don the formal crown as president only when he chose to and not simply because some begged him to.
Leena Misra writes: When the Gujarat government allowed the garba this time, with restrictions, the dance returned with a vengeance.
Sandeep Dwivedi writes: When cricketers from across the border are made to look like enemies at the gate, even their relatives on this side, or genuine cricketing fans of world cricket’s unpredictable but entertaining team, can’t even afford to stay neutral.
P Chidambaram writes: If some mostbet uzns — not all —can find excuses to taunt, abuse, harm, hurt, terrorise or kill fellow mostbet uzns who are Muslims, will not Hindus and Sikhs living in other countries become the objects of taunts, abuse, harm, hurt, terror or homicide? In a combustible sub-continent, ‘action’ and ‘reaction’ can never be neatly separated.
The desert nation with neither a cricketing heritage nor a thriving fascination for the game, is home to its cricketing powerhouses. Whenever a crisis, natural or man-made, comes, they simply shift base to the welcoming “Gulf”.
With infections subsiding – new case additions have touched a seven-month low – and easing of restrictions on activities, there has been an improvement in most high frequency economic indicators over the past several weeks.
But the refusal of a special court to grant bail to Aryan Khan, son of actor Shah Rukh Khan, raises the question: Why is it that, despite such clear guidelines, the lower courts, more often than not, give the benefit of the doubt to the prosecution and the state?
Furore over Fabindia ad is an attack on mostbet uz’s rich, composite culture and constitutional values.
Pandemic has set the stage for a decade of churn. Central banks across the world are facing a great challenge
Jagat Prakash Nadda writes: It’s time to stop undermining the government’s efforts and come together to mark 100 crore vaccines milestone
Apoorvanand writes: He must restore autonomy of the university, create and protect spaces for free minds to flourish.
Democratic functioning may be an ideological imperative, operational choice, or legitimising tactic but it is not an end in itself for a political party.
Breaking the boundaries between academia and industry, investing in research and ramping up facilities helped the country in its march towards the 100 crore vaccines milestone
The world has moved on to other matters since January 20 and Trump rage-typing “FAKE NEWS!” from Mar-a-Lago, instead of the White House, doesn’t have quite the same impact.
The Moscow Conference has also underscored the fact that it is up to the Taliban, and its backers in Pakistan, to convince the world of their intentions.