From the Jalianawala Bagh tragedy to the Non-cooperation Movement and Quit India Movement, India’s struggle for freedom is chequered
Kerala is seeing a minor revolution in what it eats. As urban residents across the state have ...
With the drastic increase in violence on Earth in recent decades, an alien visitation could be just the remedy we need to establish peace on earth.
A wonderful pilgrimage from pasting party posters to an epitome of political and ideological loyalty who rose to become one of BJP’s most visible leaders and now India’s vice president
That Roopa decided to cross the barrier of self-preservation that most officers of the superior services are wary of crossing, is in itself highly commendable, writes Julio Ribeiro
The heavy rain in Delhi on July 20,Thursday morning reminded Ram Nath Kovind of his own humble origins at Paraunkh village in Kanpur...
Every day unscrupulous minds flood the social media with a virtual tsunami of fake news and fake posts which hit at the core of our strongly held beliefs and ideas. Trust and authenticity are the primary casualties of this evil industry which thrives on spreading disinformation for gain.
There was a hue and cry over there and women were going to jewelers to get the coral stones removed from their necklaces, writes Narendra Nayak
Recently a lot of so-called specialists have been delivering gratuitous advice to diabetics about what to eat and misleading them with information which is supposedly authentic.
If you value your convictions of satvik diet, gaumata worship and all such you should forthwith give up these tamasik businesses and confine yourselves to promotion of satvik diet writes Prof Narendra Nayak
While there is not a shred of evidence that so called organic food provides more nutrition, cures any disease, promotes well-being or even tastes better, nothing prevents the proponents from making such claims, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
Illegal banners, posters and hoardings continue to rule the city, thanks to the apathy of the MCC which promises action, but does little to practice what it preaches.
The thriving sand mafia in undivided Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts is having its way and has shown its prowess by daring to target a Deputy Commissioner. Isn’t it high time to launch a crackdown...
In a short period of mere ten days three hate crimes have taken place in three different regions of the United States, write Bhamy V Shenoy