Cover Stories

Cries from the Farmlands

Delhi’s borders are witnessing an unusual protest. Thousands of farmers are camping on the national highways blocking the borders.

img Dr Suresh Mathew
07 Dec 2020

Needless war on farmers : Don’t bite the hand that feeds

In Boris Pasternak’s Dr Zhivago, one of the greatest novels in world literature, there is a conversation in which someone says that the farmers themselves do not know what they want.

img A. J. Philip
07 Dec 2020

Articles

It is a heart wrenching scene that the police are trying to stop thousands of farmers with tear gas, water cannons and barricades

Jacob Peenikaparambil
07 Dec 2020

The farmers’ agitation against the amended controversial farm laws has put the Narendra Modi government in a tight spot.

Anju Grover
07 Dec 2020

Farm Laws are aimed at weakening the local market committees and empower the corporate sector

Manoj Varghese
07 Dec 2020

It has been a bad year for many: the pandemic COVID-19 has played havoc with lives and livelihoods of millions everywhere.

Cedric Prakash
07 Dec 2020

It should not have happened. I had been taking all the precautions. Washing and sanitising my hands as frequently as possible,

Jaswant Kaur
07 Dec 2020

Goa seems to be showing the way! Rocked by agitations against coal transportation and rail double tracking,

Pachu Menon
07 Dec 2020

In the process of formation of the nation, one of the major pillars is the concept of Fraternity. The words, Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity are flagship of French revolution,

Ram Puniyani
07 Dec 2020

In what is an important move towards digital content regulation, the central government on Nov. 11, 2020, took the first step in overseeing

Isha Prakash
07 Dec 2020

It is high time that the educational institutions give importance for developing character, will power and critical thinking

Varghese Alengaden
07 Dec 2020

Ever since the enactment of the Right to Education Act, 2009, I have been interested in issues related to education, in particular, education of the poor.

Peter Mundackal
07 Dec 2020

The drunkard husband beat Firdaus every day. The young lady’s family members advised her to adjust with him for her sake and her two little children.

F. M. Britto
07 Dec 2020

Many world leaders and people across the globe are wondering why dear Boris from Merry England’s been chosen India’s Republic Day chief guest.

Robert Clements
07 Dec 2020