It’s that time of the year when people make resolutions — some to shed kilos, others to rake in more moolah.
How about collective resolution by the civil society this New Year to fight the might of those who commit wrongs and also get away with that? Read more
Perhaps we all take more time in building our own houses than the politicians take in creating new states.
K Chandrashekhar Rao went on a hunger strike and he got Telangana along with fresh limewater. Read more
I somehow fail to understand why the UPA government is silent and soft on civil servants. Not even once the speakers from the treasury benches in the Lok Sabha have brought into focus the role of the civil servants in the demolition of the disputed shrine in Ayodhya.
I can say this because I have covered the Ayodhya imbroglio from the unlocking of the temple/mosque gates to its demolition. Read more
It’s written on the wall. But only few want to read it.
Both the communities- the Hindus and the Muslims- have moved miles away from the emotive issue that had haunted them for over a decade. And this was quite evident on December 6, when instead of going into mourning the minority community spent the day as any other day on their calendar. Read more