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Big Jolt on Job Front

One crore new jobs every year; Rs. 15 lakh to every citizen; USD 5 trillion economy by 2024-25; Rs 100-lakh crore ‘Gatishakti’ initiative to bring employment opportunities for the youth..

Dr Suresh Mathew Dr Suresh Mathew
13 Sep 2021

Scary Job Scenario

Unemployment is one of the serious concerns worrying millions, but there does not seem to be any concrete or reliable plan to tackle it. In August alone, over 1.5 million Indians lost jobs

Ramesh Menon Ramesh Menon
13 Sep 2021

Articles

The government is giving work to a small section and not paying unemployment relief to a large number of people

Anju Grover Anju Grover
13 Sep 2021

If someone asks me whether I would be prepared to go to jail for nine years or not if there is a chance of becoming the Prime Minister,

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
13 Sep 2021

Referring to the present massive privatisation drive of the Union Government, Mamata Banerjee exploded: national assets are not the private property of the Prime Minister.

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
13 Sep 2021

History is a witness to the conflicts and divisions in religions, movements and organizations because of imposition of uniformity by those who were in authority.

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
13 Sep 2021

Reviving memories of communal hatred that engulfed us seventy-five years ago is nothing but politics to garner votes

P. A. Chacko P. A. Chacko
13 Sep 2021

Over 10 lakh farmers gathered at Muzafarnagar in Uttar Pradesh to showcase their solidarity with their agitating counterparts for the past nine months.

Manoj Varghese Manoj Varghese
13 Sep 2021

Reflections of a fledgling recruit to India Army on a brand new nation. Seventy-five years of Independence was good, but it could have been better.

N. KUNJU N. KUNJU
13 Sep 2021

Now that many of the parents have begun to look for the long-forgotten school bags and badges, skirts and scarves, shirts and socks,

Julian S Das Julian S Das
13 Sep 2021

It is said that perseverance and patience are best friends. For a group of four Senior Citizens of Noida,

Aarti Aarti
13 Sep 2021

In the good old days, cowards drew out dagger or spear and hiding in a crowd, thrust their weapon into intended victim!

Robert Clements Robert Clements
13 Sep 2021

The government is undermining the authority of the Parliament for vested interests

Anju Grover Anju Grover
06 Sep 2021

Pardon me if you find it objectionable when I say that we Indians do not have a sense of history or archaeology.

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
06 Sep 2021

Only time will tell whether the Taliban Govt will be recognized world over, but humanity needs to be displayed in all circumstances.

Manoj Varghese Manoj Varghese
06 Sep 2021

Afghans are agreed upon sacrificial lambs for the rivals like the US, Russia and China

Isaac Harold Gomes Isaac Harold Gomes
06 Sep 2021

India is fast moving towards the 1919 British Era Diarchy

Joseph Maliakan Joseph Maliakan
06 Sep 2021

Crime against women, especially sexual crimes, should be dealt with by women judges

Adv Jessy Kurian Adv Jessy Kurian
06 Sep 2021

Recently I was invited by a group of nuns to facilitate the review of Human Resource Policy for the employees of their institutions.

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
06 Sep 2021

The telling portrait of contrast between temples and human temples is worth being considered and attended to.

Dr. M. D. Thomas Dr. M. D. Thomas
06 Sep 2021

India Today magazine tried to stitch together this itch or twitch in its 75th Independence Day special, with the headline “The Pathbreakers”.

Chhotebhai Chhotebhai
06 Sep 2021

As classmates in the Government T D Medical College, Alappuzha, Kerala, Regi M. George and Lalitha came to know one another.

F. M. Britto F. M. Britto
06 Sep 2021

‘..truth is both a sword and a shield in a democracy…” Justice Chandrachud

Robert Clements Robert Clements
06 Sep 2021

Political parties are now waking up to the reality of growing pressure from the Bahujan communities

Vidya Bhushan Rawat Vidya Bhushan Rawat
30 Aug 2021

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar led an all-party delegation recently and met Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Anju Grover Anju Grover
30 Aug 2021

On the morning of Thursday, the 26th August, I was saddened to read the report of the death of Gail Omvedt (1941-2021)

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
30 Aug 2021

It is time that we forget hate feelings of the past and go forward

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
30 Aug 2021

Kandhamal Day is an important event to mark one of the most horrific incidents of communal violence

Justice A.P. Shah Justice A.P. Shah
30 Aug 2021

A flurry of political activities, starting from the visit of West Bengal

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
30 Aug 2021

We are in the grip of a dangerous form of nationalism that is unashamedly majoritarian

Mathew John Mathew John
30 Aug 2021

KANPUR: It is an altogether familiar pattern where poor innocents

Chhotebhai Chhotebhai
30 Aug 2021

As the nation celebrated its 75th Independence Day on 15th August 2021

Pachu Menon Pachu Menon
30 Aug 2021

The Union Minister arrested for his “Slap Uddhav Thackeray” remark, but granted bail

Manoj Varghese Manoj Varghese
30 Aug 2021

He appeared an ascetic, talked as a politician and worked like an activist.

F. M. Britto F. M. Britto
30 Aug 2021

Most everyone the world over are wondering why Biden was in such a hurry to bring his American troops back

Robert Clements Robert Clements
30 Aug 2021

On Thursday, August 19, Afghanistan celebrated its Independence Day that commemorates the Anglo-Afghan Treaty of 1909 that gave the nation full independence.

A. J. Philip A. J. Philip
23 Aug 2021

Because of the poor planning of the US exit, thousands of people are stranded in Afghanistan, and cities are witnessing complete chaos

Dr G. John Dr G. John
23 Aug 2021

If we practise the values enshrined in the preamble of the Constitution, fundamentalism can be kept away from our social and political life

Jacob Peenikaparambil Jacob Peenikaparambil
23 Aug 2021

While Victor Frankenstein’s counterpart, America, is on the run, his monster’s counterpart, the Taliban, is ruling the roost

Sacaria Joseph Sacaria Joseph
23 Aug 2021

It is said, “the slow and steady wins the race.” The moment one reads about this adage, one gets transported back to the good old school days

Jaswant Kaur Jaswant Kaur
23 Aug 2021

Vaccines for Covid 19 should be available for free. Production of vaccines needs to be scaled up to meet the requirement

Anju Grover Anju Grover
23 Aug 2021

Opening the wounds of the past by celebrating days like ‘Horrors of Partition’ would disturb peace and ultimately kill the soul of India

Varghese Alengaden Varghese Alengaden
23 Aug 2021

Divisive politics can be disastrous. Today we know who the inspirers of violence are.

Archbp Thomas Menamparampil Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
23 Aug 2021

Christian faith is a faith in the forgiveness of sins through the suffering and death of Lord Jesus Christ on the cross.

Acharyasri Acharyasri
23 Aug 2021

Killing of a surrendered militant in alleged fake-encounter by police leaves more questions than answers

Albert Thyrniang Albert Thyrniang
23 Aug 2021

Those of us who are keen on clean politics must have reason to be happy about what the Supreme Court did on August 10, 2021.

Peter Mundackal Peter Mundackal
23 Aug 2021

‘While Indian Americans have the highest average income of all ethnic groups in the US, why in India one in four live in abject poverty?’

F. M. Britto F. M. Britto
23 Aug 2021

Afghani women who had feared and dreaded the entry of the Taliban applauded the news that the Taliban leadership now shouted across to them,

Robert Clements Robert Clements
23 Aug 2021