The Most Neglected Man Of Indian Freedom Movement All of us have heard much and read a lot about this, whom we have called “The Most Neglected Man Of Indian Freedom Movement”. He is no other than Subhash Chandra Bose, whom the country lovingly named NETAJI. The nation knows the reasons for that also. Today, […]
WHEN THE VICTORIA CROSS WINNER HAS TO CROSS THE ROAD Excerpts from the book “Toward Resurgent India ” written by Lt Gen( Retired ) M M Lakhera — Freedom First – August 2009 I had gone to UK as Dy Leader of Indian Delegation to take part in 50th Anniversary Celebrations of victory in Europe […]
Research in China ByClaude Arpi IssueCourtesy: Uday India| Date : 24 Sep , 2014 It was recently reported that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was extremely unhappy about the state of affairs at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). According to the Times of India, when he visited the DRDO headquarters on August 20, Modi […]
UNDERSTANDING THE CHINESE DNA Thursday, 25 September 2014 | Pravin Sawhney | in Oped If an agreement on the Line of Actual Control happens, transgressions by Chinese troops will become an act of war. This is something that Beijing will not want. Resolution would keep the LAC peaceful but take the sting out of China’s designs […]
HOW TO BE REGIONAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY India must be part of the trans-Pacific partnership, the largest global supply chain, in order to become a major global power, writes Jayanta Roy The prime minister is visiting the United States of America later this month at the invitation of its president, Barack Obama, to revive the […]
By V Suryanarayan, The New Indian Express, Chennai, 20th June 2014 The writer is former senior professor, the Centre for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Madras.
by Vivek Agnihotri original article at: http://vivekagnihotri.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/intellectual-mafia/ I was a young child when Indira Gandhi declared Emergency. My father was Vice Chancellor of one of India’s most troubled university, Jabalpur university. Sharad Yadav was the student leader. He was an extremely popular and violent leader. Jabalpur university had seen some celebrated Ex CJs and Ex […]
May 20, 2014 02:43 IST DAVID COHEN http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/columns/article6026127.ece Israel and India are two lonely democracies in turbulent regions of the world. They have much in common, but have never been close Foolish consistency may be the hobgoblin of little minds, but a complete lack of moral consistency is the hobgoblin of bigoted minds. Those […]