The country is set to get a new Parliament building to ‘house’ the sanctum sanctorum of democracy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently unveiled the Ashoka Pillar, the national emblem
The Constitution grants every citizen the right to practice his or her religion. And even propagate it. Yet, the state does not have a religion of its own.
The mixing of religion with the affairs of the State by the BJP governments is negation of the secular tenets of the Constitution
With Draupadi Murmu winning the Presidential election, India has the first tribal on the Hot Seat
The government has raised the GST rates on certain items of daily use like food grains, pulses, milk products etc. hitting the common people badly
Consider ageing as gift of a long life. Aging is not a condemnation, but a blessing.
In any democracy the purveyors of hate and suspected killers would be swiftly arrested; here they are given a free hand and even felicitated.
There are more than 40 million domestic workers in India and nearly 90 per cent of them are women, as per the National Platform for Domestic Workers.
Some prefer Coca Cola while others desire Fanta, Limca, Pepsi etc. Made primarily of carbonated water, sugar and flavourings, they have all become part
Pope St. John Paul II says: ‘People today put more trust in witnesses than in teachers, in experience than in teaching, and in life and action than in theories.
Even as I hear plans of bullet trains, and highways, and coastal roads and flyovers I look at bridges built yesterday