Clipped wings

With Jet Airways suffering serious financial trouble, is this the end of the road for the quarter-century old airline?

A few short months ago, Naresh Goyal, the Chairman of Jet Airways, was proudly celebrating the silver jubilee of the founding of his airline. Jet Airways had survived through thick…

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Lot has changed in Hindi belt since 2014 poll

Some marked changes have occurred in the political map of India in the recent past which are sure to have a bearing on the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
The Assembly elections held in December 2018 have broken the  BJP’s North India hegemony.
The three Hindi heartland States where the…

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BJP changes stance as war cry following Pulwama fails

“National Security Safe with Modi” narrative painstakingly built by the ruling party top policy makers in the wake of the Pulwama’s terrorist attack on CRPF convoy and retaliatory Indian attack on terrorist camps at Balakot inside Pakistan is losing steam fast with reports of popular doubts reaching New Delhi…

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Sending it underground

Will the government’s move against electronic nicotine delivery systems achieve anything?

The Union Health Ministry does not like smoking and with millions of tobacco-related deaths annually, that is a good thing. There is no doubt that smoking is a bad, dirty and expensive habit — even if it does…

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Truce in Kartarpur

India must ensure that Pakistan doesn’t use the corridor to revive pro-Khalistan sentiment in the name of faith

The freedom to practise one’s faith and seek succour at shrines dedicated to it has been a challenge for nation states that are in conflict with each other but…

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