The third force: Is Prashant Kishor rising in Bihar?

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Congress seeks highest seat share for Maharashtra polls

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PM Modi inaugurates Mumbai INS Tower, highlights media’s role in nation-building and global influence

MUMBAI: During his first visit to Mumbai after taking over as Prime Minister for the third time, PM Narendra Modi visited the Indian Newspaper Society (INS) Secretariat at G-Block,...

Why we shouldn’t shut up about #METOO

Has everybody forgiven, forgotten, and got on with life? The naming and shaming during...

Government of Meghalaya launches state’s own OTT platform, Hello Meghalaya

In a bid to promote language and culture, the Government of Meghalaya has launched...

Skin longevity: A core aspect of beauty through the ages

Skin longevity, the ability of skin to maintain its youthful appearance and health over...

Books by the Rooftop App Teach Traditional Indian Folk Arts

With numerous cultural art forms unique to its different regions and peoples, India has...

PM Modi inaugurates Mumbai INS Tower, highlights media’s role in nation-building and global influence

MUMBAI: During his first visit to Mumbai after taking over as Prime Minister for the third time, PM Narendra Modi visited the Indian Newspaper...

Cool Breeze

One for the Arts Sundeep Bhutoria, the managing trustee of the Prabha Khaitan Foundation, has written a letter to the Prime Minister appealing that arts...

Decoding India’s G20 legacy: The road ahead

NEW DELHI: India’s G20 Presidency exemplified how a developing nation at the forefront of G20 not only elevates the voices of Global South but also...

Yodha brings India’s rich military history alive

NEW DELHI: The first volume of this illustrated military history starts from the epics (BCE) and goes up to 1857. INTRODUCTION Shiv Kunal Verma can clearly be...

Complexities surrounding ties with Taiwan, a flash point between two superpowers

NEW DELHI: Taiwan, a powerhouse in manufacturing, can aid India’s integration into new global supply chains. In recent months, India and Taiwan, formerly known as Formosa,...

25 years of Kargil: Lessons and the need for a ‘warcraft’

NEW DELHI: A strategy of ‘warcraft’ premised on all the vital components of national power (economic, academic, diplomatic, military and informational) is a necessity. THE KARGIL...

The formation of NATO, its evolving mission and the Solomon Islands

OTTAWA: Why not start by putting economic development dollars into the South Pacific as a first step in checking China’s aggression in the region? In the...

NATO at 75: Still Going Strong and Needed More Than Ever

LONDON: By authorising the atrocity on Okhmatdyt with its devastating results, Putin vividly illustrated the need for NATO to provide Ukraine with more air-defence...

His Holiness the Dalai Lama: Greatest ambassador of India’s soft power

NEW DELHI: India, with its inherent soft power, has the unique advantage of being home to the Dalai Lama, a living symbol of Buddhist teachings...

Israel’s northern front heats up

PUNE: Plans for the impending Israeli offensive into Lebanon have already been formalised and approved, and all it needs is the signal to launch. Yet,...

India should embrace South Korea

NEW DELHI: Convergence of geo-political  interests should help India partner more closely with this advanced manufacturing and export hub. ADVANTAGES OF SOUTH KOREA’S ECONOMIC STRATEGY Despite living...

Reasi tensions have a geo-economic context

NEW DELHI: Reasi’s rise from an unknown, obscure landlocked location in Jammu to a geo-economic hot spot should be understood from two contexts: geo-strategic connectivity...

Trump’s lies don’t matter in America’s election

Washington, DC: America’s ‘Trumpistas’ see him as their saviour, who promises to restore an Ozzy and Harriet version of 1950s America. Many Americans are appalled that...

First 100 days will be a test for Britain’s resurgent red

LONDON: Rachel Reeves has become the first female finance minister (Chancellor of the Exchequer) in the history of the United Kingdom and a lot rests...

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