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A Tilted Platform

Social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp have well laid out policies on posting their contents just as print and electronic media are bound by rules and regulations.

img1 Dr Suresh Mathew
07 Sep 2020

Social Media Is Not Social Service

Social media is not social service. Not that print or electronic media ever was, or is now. But this is about Facebook, Twitter, and a thousand other obscure ones on which

img1 John Dayal
07 Sep 2020


Just a couple of days before his retirement from the Supreme Court, Justice Arun Mishra gave (perhaps unwittingly) the people of India a very special gift

img2 Cedric Prakash
07 Sep 2020

We, human beings, learn from different sources. Books, newspapers and news magazines are a few sources easily available to us.

img2 Jacob Peenikaparambil
07 Sep 2020

A friend once told me, “Whenever I make my annual home visit to Kerala I make it a point to visit my two surviving primary teachers.”

img2 Albert Thyrniang
07 Sep 2020

The main argument of Francis Fukuyama in his book “Trust” is that economy can thrive only in a climate of trust.

img2 Archbp Thomas Menamparampil
07 Sep 2020

Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s untimely death has not only generated several debates

img2 Aarti
07 Sep 2020

For six decades or more, I believed that I belonged to India. Now, for this past one decade,

img2 P. A. Chacko
07 Sep 2020

Late Mr V N Narayanan, before joining as the Editor in Chief of the Tribune group of papers at Chandigarh,

img2 Balvinder Singh
07 Sep 2020

We express deep sadness over the death of former President Pranab Mukherjee. Mukherjee passed away on Monday, August 31st

img2 Fr. J. Felix Raj
07 Sep 2020

In a huge white house somewhere in Washington, a lady walked slowly from room to room, staring sadly at each piece of historical furniture, “Whatcha doing?” asked her husband.

img2 Robert Clements
07 Sep 2020