We have to be Indians first. Let’s put aside religion for a little while and think about the progress of our nation in this ever changing world, writes Sumith S. Rao
The state government has ordered the closure of 3000 schools from this academic year. Where are we heading?
Her contribution to alleviating suffering and pain has made her name famous throughout the world...
The family and well wishers of the slain RTI activist Vinayak Baliga are leaving no stone unturned in their quest for justice, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
Jayant Kaikini is an annoyed man these days. ’I was brought up in an atmosphere where human ideals were cherished. But today what you see everywhere is difference between man and man...’
It has now been decided that for the first time, the celebration of India’s independence will involve a six-day long ‘Bharat Parv’ festival at Rajpath near India Gate...
Gentle with people and tough on crime, Mangalore City Police Commissioner M. CHANDRA SEKHAR has single handedly restored people’s confidence in the police. Will the good times last?
Dr Girdhar J. Gyani, Director General, Association of Healthcare Providers (India), New Delhi, talks to ETHealthworld about the issues and challenges that exist...
A little known man called Prakash Anchan and his friends save a government school in Bantwal taluk from closure and put it back on the tracks of recovery
A popular school run by well known leaders of society violates MCC norms and gets away with it.
If you wonder why your Muslim friend has returned well rounded after 30 days of fasting, do the math.
The Hindutva politics is all pervading and also its Manuvadi attitude. The same has shown its face again in the Vinayak Baliga murder case.
The rejection of the anticipatory bail petition of Naresh Shenoy in the Vinayaka Baliga murder case, brings down the curtain...
Unless political parties make urgent joint efforts to help the thirsty and starving hundreds of millions, they and all of India’s modern-day Nero’s guests will inevitably pay heavily for their self-interested acts of omission and commission, observes S.G.Vombatkere