The hanging of Ajmal Kasab, the only surviving terrorist of the 26/11 terrorist strike in Mumbai in 2008 has amply demonstrated that India as a democracy was committed to upholding the rule of law. Kasab was hanged on Wednesday morning at the Yervada jail in Pune following a decision, which was kept under wraps by the Centre and the State government. Read more
Upcoming star and Captain of the victorious India under 19 team, Unmukt Chand must realise that playing for the state and country is the ultimate for any sportsman but there is something one owes to one’s college too. Read more
Yet another controversy this time involving the newly elected deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha, Prof PJ Kurien and minister of state for parliamentary affairs, Rajiv Shukla has erupted during the monsoon session of Parliament. Read more
The recent spat between two sets of cricketers in the Indian Team touring Australia is most disgraceful and against any kind of sportsmanship. Read more
In what is being billed as the Final before the Finals when India take on defending champion Australia in Ahmedabad on Thursday, the spot light will also be on Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting, the two best batsmen in contemporary cricket who will be playing in their last World Cup. Read more
Remember Jacqueline Lundquist, the vivacious wife of former US Ambassador to India, Richard Celeste who dominated the capital’s party scene in the late nineties and virtually inspired many newspapers to give form to their Page three dreams. Read more
I have been to England and the United States numerous times and have met scores of interesting people of all nationalities including Indians living there. Read more
The Shoaib Malik-Ayesha Siddiqui controversy appears to have eclipsed the proposed marriage of Indian Tennis Star Sania Mirza to the former Pakistan Cricket Captain on April 15. Read more
The possibility of an unstable government at the center is as real as the fact that the era of coalitions is here to stay and at least in a foreseeable future no single party maybe able to lead the union government.
The outcome of the 15th Lok Sabha will be no different and it is certain that a coalition government either with the participation or support of the two national parties, the BJP or the Congress is going to be formed. Read more
There is politics in every job and job in every politics. So why blame politicians ?
Every day, we all speculate as to what will be the outcome of the general elections being held to elect the 15th Lok Sabha. And every day we end up wondering who will be heading the government if the mandate is so fractured and denies any political formation the numbers to stake the claim to put together a ministry. Read more