Every scene in ‘Gunjan Saxena — The Kargil Girl’ that was laced with gender bias evoked sympathy from my daughters who suddenly felt how “bechari” their Mom would have been during her Army days, writes retired Army officer Captain Shikha Saxena.
Self-reliance plan is hitting China where it hurts, while Donald Trump has stood by India despite trade irritants and oil exporters have honoured PM Modi to keep him happy, writes T.N. Ninan.
The tragic death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput has given the Bharatiya Janata Party an opportunity it was looking for — to sully brand Aaditya Thackeray, writes Ruhi Tewari.
The Indian Navy remains adamant against the inclusion of government-owned HAL in the $3 billion deal for Naval Utility Helicopters, asserting that the company’s products do not meet the force’s requirements, reports Shenesh Alex Philip.
Since 5 June, AIIMS has seen six suicides — 3 of them were doctors. Resident doctors say mental health issues can compound continuous academic pressure, reports Simrin Sirur.
Kannan Gopinathan, who resigned as IAS officer following Shah Faesal’s arrest last year, said speculation over him rejoining the service won’t change his mind, reports Sanya Dhingra.
Critics wonder why voters aren’t turning against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But a well-entrenched Indian leader has never been defeated by a rival; only Modi can do that to himself, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s edition of ‘National Interest’.
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