Politicians may have an axe to grind, but citizens should separate facts from rhetoric
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What does Karan Johar have in common with a 19th century Irish land agent?
Large number of support cadres are strangling the armed forces instead of supporting them
Feeding abusive trolls instead of encouraging healthy debate will ultimately kill twitter
A military operation has tactical and strategic aims. What were the strategic aim of the strikes under UPA?
On A Wednesday, a common man took on terrorists on celluloid. On another, the Indian Army took on many more in real life.
Time for media to cast aside a few black sheep who are giving the whole profession a bad name
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Frequently and wrongly attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, this truism from George Santayana’s book The Life of Reason (1905) is relevant in view of the events of the past few days. The attack by Pakistan backed terrorists on an army camp in Uri, and the
What are the options before the service chiefs in view of MoD overruling their reservations on the 7th Pay Commission anomalies?
In today’s milieu of crisp sound-bites, newsbreak a minute and short attention spans, the struggle to capture eyeballs and mind space of readers and viewers has become fiercely competitive. We, as consumers of news have become increasingly laid back and lazy, preferring our brains to be spoon-fed thoughts and ideas the anchors or journalists find