Sunday, 3 July, 2022


SubscriberWrites: Discussions and debates on religion are important, but they need not be only politicised

Being critical of religion and religious practices is a must for an evolving society to free itself from archaic practices of the medieval era, writes Col KL Viswanathan.

SubscriberWrites: ‘Undoing the past’ is the root cause of ongoing religious polarisation. We need to move on

An overarching lesson we should not miss is that we were invaded and conquered because we were divided, and its happening again, writes Anurag Mehrotra

SubscriberWrites: Sidhu Moosewala murder shows why its important to curb gun culture references

The callousness and irresponsible liberty with which display and firing of weapons is promoted in these music videos/ movies is something to be taken note of, writes Vivek Sehrawat.

SubscriberWrites: India’s language debate highlights the need for more common lores

The past 75 years haven’t seen active efforts to build a shared history and collective Indian conscience, similar to the idea of an “American dream”, writes Raunak Bardia.

SubscriberWrites: Women in India are reduced to domestic labour providers. Nothing has changed in 2022

While some Indian women are global leaders and powerful voices in diverse fields most do not enjoy many of their rights due to deeply entrenched patriarchal views, norms, traditions and structures, writes Jayanti Sengupta Sharma

SubscriberWrites: Any discussion on Savarkar is held only on his thoughts on Hindutva. It is a disservice

In the early 20th century, Savarkar was one of the earliest freedom fighters from Maharashtra who launched the national campaign for Swadeshi, writes Vivek

SubscriberWrites: The answer to ‘one language’ in India is not imposition of Hindi, but acceptance of diversity

India cannot have 'one language' as long as the govt continues portraying Hindi as a symbol of Indian identity, pride, culture, and heritage, writes Ayush Agarwal

SubscriberWrites: EVs have to travel a long way to get perfect Green Tag. It is not completely emission free

Level of pollution caused by e-vehicles varies from country to country depending on factors like source of energy, policy on battery recycling, and mining process.

SubscriberWrites: Taper Tantrum of 2013 has significant impact on India. Here’s why

Indian stock market could be seen in red for some time as the companies are moderating themselves to their expected valuations, writes Criti Mahajan.

SubscriberWrites: Thirty year cycles in India shows how politics have shifted grounds

It would take 20 more years to figure how and what the 2010-2030 period brings to table for India, writes Amol Holey.

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Richard Hadlee, the speedster who could cast a ‘spell’ even on slow, spinning Indian wickets

Richard Hadlee shares his birthday with his partner-in-crime Ewen John Chatfield. Together, they formed one of the greatest fast-bowling partnerships of all time.
The Reserve Bank of India logo | Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

RBI intervenes with multi-pronged strategy in battle against rupee fall

The Reserve Bank’s challenges include crashes in forward dollar premiums to rising open interest in futures that adds to pressure on the currency.


File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Egyptian president Abdel Fattah Al Sisi on the latter's first visit to India | Photo: Twitter/@narendramodi

India and Egypt work towards building strategic relationship with focus on defence & security

From holding joint military exercises to exporting wheat as Russia and Ukraine stop supplies, New Delhi and Cairo are redrawing their relationship as geopolitical tensions rise.    

Moral, political & ideological questions on Maharashtra: 1st is simplest to answer, 3rd trickiest

What is Shiv Sena’s ideology? We might say it’s been a convenient mix of extreme ethnic chauvinism & unforgiving Hindutva. Within the second, the party retained space to manoeuvre.