Opinion

Odisha Blue Revolution 2036

Aditya Dash- September 6, 2019

What is the most glorious aspect of our history? Our maritime trading links? Our holiest shrine, Shri Jagganath temple is in the coastal town of ... Read More

Khayyam: Music maestro of classical allure

Content User- August 20, 2019

New Delhi: When living legend Lata Mangeshkar tweeted to describe music maestro Khayyam's demise as the "end of an era", she said it all. Khayyam's ... Read More

Sushma Swaraj: A fiery leader and a mother figure

Content User- August 6, 2019

New Delhi: Fiery, feisty and indefatigable, former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who died on Tuesday, was a leader who fit many roles in her ... Read More

Centre will have more room to control Kashmir Valley, say experts

Content User- August 5, 2019

New Delhi: As the Union government scrapped Article 370 of the Constitution giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir and split the state into Union ... Read More

Saga of a coffee baron’s brewing success & failure

Content User- July 31, 2019

Bengaluru: The dramatic disappearance of India's coffee baron V G Siddhartha under mysterious circumstances on Monday night and the subsequent discovery of his body in ... Read More

Sheila Dikshit: More like a friendly aunt than haughty politician

Content User- July 20, 2019

New Delhi: Affable, courteous and always smiling, Sheila Dikshit came across more as a friendly neighbourhood aunt than a quintessential haughty politician. A chirpy Miranda ... Read More

Tussle between Old Guard and newbies in Congress preventing decision

Content User- July 4, 2019

New Delhi: Former Congress president Sonia Gandhi refuses to unshackle the Congress of the dynasty and its sycophants. As such, the 'zamindars' who dominate the ... Read More