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Innocents at war

As François Hollande sets out to build a coalition to intervene in ever more decisive ways in Syria and Iraq, the interventionist vanguard that cheered on the invasion of Iraq has joined this global conversation. John Bolton, hawk and unila......   | Read..
Letters to the Editor

Courage under fire

Sir - The recent news of Colonel Santosh Mahadik's death was saddening ("Co... | Read»

Disastrous performance

Sir - The Indian meteorological department is probably the worst meteorolog... | Read»

Festive fears

Sir - It is a matter of grave concern that over the last few years, the men... | Read»


Too prickly

There is something very undignified in the refusal to accept a differing opinion. A movie star expresses his view about what he perceives to be the condition of India and i......   | Read..

Let it work

No democracy can function if the government and the Opposition decide not to talk and listen to each other. It is a truism, but the forebodings on the eve of the winter ses......   | Read..

Shared Bonds

Democracy and elections arouse interest because of contestations and debates. Here, I wish to point out the resemblances between two historic elections, the ones in Bihar (......   | Read..

Blue is the colour of peace

The UN, now in its 70th year, is still grappling with questions of peace-keeping, reform and representation
"By turning the world UN Blue for a day, we can light the way to a better tomorrow", said the United Nations secretary-general, Ban Ki-moon, on the 70th anniversary of the United Nations.......   | Read..

Changing realities

David Cameron is a wily politician. And like all other wily politicians, he knows what to say, where and how. Earlier this month, at the Wembley Stadium in London, Cameron backed India's bid for a ......   | Read..

Star Gazing

Last year, Emma Watson, best known for playing Hermione in the Harry Potter films, was hailed for delivering a "game-changing" lecture on feminism and gender equality for the United Natio......   | Read..

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