Tribals are well aware that under the BJP rule, their development, well-being, and respect are achievable, says Vishnu Deo Sai
Shonai Collective plays tunes from its forthcoming album while JazzMahal is all about the bass and some sparkling piano
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The living teacher in a socialised classroom is being rapidly eclipsed by technology. There will be much less space for arguments and debates. The age of the great teacher has begun to fade awayANUP SINHA
Henry Kissinger is gone too now but his advice on returning Palestinian land remains more valid than ever if the new year is not to start in the darkness of the oldSUNANDA K. DATTA-RAY
Prophetic words. Large sections of the Indian media, of which I am a part, will have to one day answer this question: Unlike Frank Wills, why did you desert the watchman’s post?R. RAJAGOPAL
They might be God’s agents on earth, but rulers depend on the largesse of their mortal subjects for the lustre of their regency or so the recent expose about King Charles seems to confirmUPALA SEN
For generations, women have prayed to Shiva for a good husband. Has the deity, or a society awaking from misogyny, intervened to right the balance? Now men are praying for wives tooTHE EDITORIAL BOARD
Scarf around his neck, Shatrughan Sinha was, in his early days as an actor, that rare entity — a ‘villain’ who stole the limelight from the hero