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With the passing away of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, much revered and adored, a prolific poet and orator, a

Let action follow rhetoric

While addressing a rally not long ago, a senior ruling party figure noted that politicians had a hand

Teachings and significance of Eid-ul-Azha

In this universe there are 18,000 species of God's creation. Among them, human beings are the best, dearest

Re-evaluate the education system

The need for quality education in the country has regularly been stressed in this country. The cliché of

Khasru Bhai, guru of financial journalism

Known for his professional commitment, AHM Moazzem Hossain, the deceased editor of daily Financial Express (FE), was born

Does Facebook have moral responsibility?

I was brooding over a very simple but wonderful fact near a decade back that, how the people

Prime Minister Imran Khan walks a tightrope

The arrival of Imran Khan to centre stage in Pakistan's politics is certainly not a change of gigantic

Vajpayee's place in Indian history

The death of Atal Bihari Vajpayee is essentially the end of a particular phase in Indian politics. During

'The roads to Delhi are many . . .'

Among the crowd filing past Jawaharlal Nehru's body as it lay in state in May 1964 was a

Vajpayee created a peace template for the subcontinent

A truly great leader is one who swims against the current of public opinion in attempting to solve

Why don't online tickets increase?

Eid means joy. And to share this joy, Bengali Muslims, responding to the pull of their roots set

Improve road infrastructure

It is all too well-known that a country's economic and social progress largely depends on its infrastructural condition,

Modi's race to constitutional dictatorship?

Delhi is a capricious city, inhabited by people with a bizarre sense of political wisdom. In the year

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