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Himanshi Khurana: Fitness for me is being flexible and comfortable in my own body
Mumbai, April 10 (IANS) Actress and model Himanshi Khurana went on to become a household name after her stint in season 13 of the show 'Bigg Boss'.
2022-04-10
Category: International, India,Cinema/Showbiz,Opinion/Commentary,Crime/Disaster/Accident,Defence/Security,Diaspora
Pakistan on a new track? (Opinion)
Pakistan after 75 years of its existence has released its first ever National Security Policy (NSP), which it claims will ensure human security for the ordinary Pakistani masses.
2022-01-24
Category: India, New Delhi,Indo-Pak/Pakistan,Opinion/Commentary
The need to prioritise a mustard policy
New Delhi, Jan 24 (IANS)
2022-01-24
Category: India, Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
To solve the organ shortage, we need more awareness, not more animals
As a scientist and researcher, I am deeply opposed to xenotransplantation ? the Frankenscience of transplanting organs from one species to another ? as everyone should be. Reports that animal experimenters at the University of Maryland?Baltimore have implanted a pig's heart into a man are extremely disturbing. Animal-to-human transplants are nothing more than vanity projects that seek to grab sensational headlines, and they are fraught with danger.
2022-01-24
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Health/Medicine,Opinion/Commentary
Nationalism and Democracy go together (Column: Spy's Eye)
India got its Independence some 75 years ago but it still looks like a 'nation in making', judging from the in-terminate debate on 'the idea of India', narratives built on the charges of 'majoritarianism' and abandonment of 'secularism' against the Narendra Modi government and perpetuation of anti- India lobbies that deprecated the very concept of 'patriotism' -- the sentiment fostered by the Indian Constitution itself when it commended respect for National Flag and National Anthem.
2022-01-23
Category: India, Uttar Pradesh,National,Opinion/Commentary
India-Russia ties in times of tectonic geopolitical flux
"If you ask anyone in India who is our country's greatest friend, every person, every child knows that it is Russia." These were the words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to President Vladimir Putin during their maiden meeting at the BRICS Summit in Brazil in July 2014.
2022-01-23
Category: India, Tamil Nadu,National,Diplomacy,Opinion/Commentary
Putin's political chess (Opinion)
Russia has demanded for a new security arrangement in Europe, and threatened war if the US and its NATO allies fail to comply. Western analysts are split over interpreting Russian President Vladimir Putin's motives. Some say he is using the impossible list of demands as a pretext to invade Ukraine. Others think he is playing a weak hand to try to divide the West and reorder Europe's security architecture in Russia's favour.
2022-01-17
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
5 ways to manage childhood allergies (Opinion)
Motherhood comes with its own mixed bag of emotions; we want to save our child from every little peril that comes their way, including allergies.
2022-01-17
Category: India, Tamil Nadu,National,Health/Medicine,Opinion/Commentary
Principles that define success (Column: Spy's Eye)
Many among the most successful businessmen of our times have written about their experience of what they passed through in reaching to the top and what learning they could draw from it for sharing with the newer generations - in the philanthropic spirit of giving a 'gift' to the latter.
2022-01-16
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
It's back to the season of 'Aaya Ram Gaya Ram' politics
As the election to the five state assemblies draws near, the pace of political activities naturally has become turbocharged. Not that rallies or road shows are happening, neither are posters and banners flooding the streets. The movement is of politicians shifting alliances in search of pastures that they believe can fetch them the necessary greens.
2022-01-16
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
New highs are within approaching distance - When would they be crossed?
Markets were on a roll last week and did much better than expected. The only note of caution was towards the second half of the week when on Thursday the rise was much less than the earlier days and Friday saw markets recovering from early losses dramatically, but closing almost flat. At the end of the week BSESENSEX gained 1,478.38 points or 2.47 per cent to close at 61,223.03 points while NIFTY gained 443.05 points or 2.49 per cent to close at 18,255.75 points. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 2.48 per cent, 2.45 per cent and 2.50 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP gained 2.40 per cent while BSESMALLCAP was up 3.06 per cent.
2022-01-16
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Indian Navy safeguarding country's economic interests
New Delhi, Jan 14 (IANS) Towards the end of last year, the Indian Navy had inducted two 'potent' indigenously built platforms -- INS Visakhapatnam and INS Vela .
2022-01-14
Category: India, Delhi,National,Defence/Security,Opinion/Commentary
Timely Delhi HC reminder to foreign arbitrals respect of sovereign bodies protecting domestic public policy (Opinion)
A sudden series of new developments in the Amazon & Future Group - Reliance acquisition dispute has paved the way for another set of controversial rulings by the High Court of Delhi. The present article will analyze the judgment passed by Single Judge and subsequent order of the Division Bench of the Delhi High Court with regard to these recent developments.
2022-01-14
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Amazon deceived CCI, arbitration with Future governed by Indian law can't continue: Experts
A Division Bench of the Delhi High Court has stayed arbitration proceedings initiated by Amazon against the Future group in relation to a 2019 investment by Amazon in a Future group company. The High Court, after hearing the parties for over two hours, passed an order recording that a prima facie case for interim relief had been made out by the Future group.
2022-01-11
Category: India, New Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
American democracy in peril? (Opinion)
It seems a paradox. But one of the oldest democracies of the world, the US which has the habit of preaching the world about democracy and democratic traditions, including to the largest functioning democracy of the world i.e. India, it itself is facing a democratic crisis. A debate is currently on in the US whether the American democracy is floundering or it faces challenges or will it be turned into a despotic government in the next 20-25 years.
2022-01-10
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
Xi Jinping's fallback on cultural nationalism (Column: Spy's Eye)
In his New Year message to the nation, Chinese President Xi Jinping carried forward the process of what has aptly been called 'Sinicization of Marxism'. He referred to the 'great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation' in progress and particularly appreciated the youth who have pledged to the Party 'to make their country strong' and 'save their pure true love for the motherland'.
2022-01-09
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Markets to remain rangebound with positive bias
The first week of the new calendar year 2022, saw markets in India open with a bang. FII's who were big sellers in the last couple of months, stopped selling and actually made net purchases. This changed the sentiment and at the end of the third day of the week, things looked hunky dory.
2022-01-09
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Past and no prejudices: Security breaches of PMs (Opinion)
The fall of the I.K. Gujral government was perhaps the most impactful result of Rajiv Gandhis assassination.
2022-01-07
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
Strained Indo-Maldives relations (Opinion)
New Delhi, Jan 3 (IANS) A lot has happened in the bilateral relations between India and Maldives during the last 10 years. The relations which were once described as one of the most vibrant and dynamic, have turned into one in which India has been painted as a villain. Though the genesis started 10 years back, yet it gathered further momentum during the last three years particularly, resulting in 'India Out campaign on the social media.
2022-01-03
Category: International, India,Indo-Pak/Pakistan,Opinion/Commentary
India's security scenario has some worrying new dimensions (Column: Spy's Eye)
Intelligence being the anchor of security, two fundamentals of national security provide the reasons for a periodical examination of whether the Intelligence infrastructure and its methodology were in need of an upgrade and expansion. First is the reality that the threat perspectives were never static since geo- politics could alter and new adversarial fronts shape up. The second is the principle that says 'Security is a matter of degree' implying that it should never be presumed to be perfect and should be constantly improved.
2022-01-02
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Defence/Security
The Dragon's long shadow on Sri Lanka (Opinion)
New Delhi, Jan 2 (IANS) For some South Asian countries like Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Bangladesh, the 'China Nightmare' is no longer just a bad dream. It is a living reality, which continues to threaten the countries' national interests, and eat away at their very sovereignty.
2022-01-02
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
New Year to take cues from global markets and control of virus
The last week of calendar year 2021 ended on a high with stock markets registering gains and gaining ground to end the year with flying colours. BSESENSEX gained 1,129.51 points or 1.98 per cent to close at 58,253.82 points while NIFTY gained 350.30 points or 2.06 per cent to end at 17,354.05 points. The broader indices saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 1.97 per cent, 2.12 per cent and 2.26 per cent. BSEMIDCAP gained 2.52 per cent, while BSESMALLCAP was up 3.85 per cent.
2022-01-02
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Was Maqbool Bhat a Pakistani 'Agent'?
Maqbool Bhat has been given the title of 'shaheed' or 'martyr' in Pakistan. Maqbool Bhat was hanged in Tihar Jail in Delhi on February 11, 1984. He was the founder of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), which was instrumental in facilitating the early influx of jihadi terrorists in Kashmir.
2022-01-01
Category: India, Jammu And Kashmir,National,Opinion/Commentary
Turkey's African outreach (Opinion)
Recently, the third Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit was held in Istanbul from December 16-19. The first Turkey-Africa Partnership Summit was held in Istanbul, the second in Malabo. Over 100 government ministers and 16 Presidents from Africa attended the summit, which was held under the theme, 'Enhanced Partnership for Common Development and Prosperity.
2021-12-27
Category: International, India,Opinion/Commentary
It is Emirate vs Islamic Republic in Afghanistan (Column: Spy's Eye)
The return of Islamic Emirate in Kabul on August 15 this year, and what is happening in Afghanistan since then, must draw attention to December 1996 when with the full support of Pakistan, Taliban had first captured Kabul, established the Afghan Emirate under Mullah Omar and issued a five-point directive ordering strict enforcement of Islamic laws, creation of 'religious police', women to stay at home, closure of all video and private media, and even led people to pray on the highways.
2021-12-26
Category: International, United States,National,Opinion/Commentary
Year end and expiry to see markets more circumspect
The week gone by made us realise the vulnerability that affects our markets. Friday, from the previous week and continuing into Monday, the first day of the current week, rattled markets and virtually knocked them off their feet. The fact that they managed to recover all of these losses and manage to close with a small gain for the week speaks well of the markets but still underscores the fact that it has a soft belly and remains vulnerable. BSE SENSEX gained 112.57 points or 0.20 per cent to close at 57,124.31 points while NIFTY gained 18.55 points or 0.11 per cent to close at 17,003.75 points. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 close on a mixed bag with BSE100 up 0.04 per cent while BSE200 and BSE500 lost 0.02 per cent and 0.04 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP was down 0.75 per cent while BSESMALLCAP lost 0.31 per cent.
2021-12-26
Category: India, Maharashtra,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
Naga peace talks, AFSPA: Is the ball finally in the court of the PM?
Things have perhaps started falling in their places. Have they?
2021-12-24
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Imran Khan sheds crocodile tears at OIC
Imran Khan cannot make up his mind about the purpose of the recently held 17th Extraordinary Session of OIC held in Islamabad. During his address to the attendees, he said that it was a 'humanitarian duty' of the world that they help Afghanistan with aid, yet in his second breath he claimed that it was a 'religious duty' of Muslims to help Afghanistan.
2021-12-23
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
The Controversial UK Nationality Bill (Opinion)
The controversial Nationality and Borders Bill was introduced by the ruling Conservative Party in the House of Commons on July 6, 2021. The Bill has now progressed to the House of Lords, and if passed it would impact the current UK immigration system as it relates to asylum seekers and refugees; and does this primarily by introducing a two-tier system for asylum-seekers arriving in the country, based on method of arrival.
2021-12-20
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary,Immigration/Law/Rights
Perfecting the instrument of analysis for security (Column: Spy's Eye)
In a world of behind the scene happenings, not only in the area of defence and security, but in the socio-political sphere as well, right observation and a competent examination of available information have become particularly important for framing an effective response.
2021-12-19
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Tough times ahead, trade cautiously
Markets were under downward pressure in the week gone by and lost on four of the five trading sessions. BSESENSEX lost 1,774.93 points, or 3.02 per cent, to close at 57,011.74 points, while NIFTY lost 526.10 points or 3.00 per cent to close at 16,985.20 points. The broader indices saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 lose 3.21 per cent, 3.22 per cent and 3.18 per cent, respectively. While BSEMIDCAP was down 4.53 per cent, BSESMALLCAP lost 2.75 per cent. In sectoral indices, just BSEIT and BSETECK saw upticks while everything else was down. The BFSI space was badly hit and many of the stocks in this sector suffered huge losses. The constitution of NIFTY is heavily skewed in favour of this sector and could weigh heavily in the coming week if markets and particularly the banking and NBFC space is under pressure.
2021-12-19
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Saudi ban on Tablighi Jamaat: A reality check
Recently most of the Indian newspapers and news channels in English, Hindi and Urdu carried a news story stating that the Saudi Arab has banned the Indian organisation Tablighi Jamaat from functioning in Saudi and carrying out its activities in the Kingdom.
2021-12-15
Category: International, Ethiopia,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics,Religion
Saudi ban on Tablighi Jamaat: A reality check
Recently most of the Indian newspapers and news channels in English, Hindi and Urdu carried a news story stating that the Saudi Arab has banned the Indian organisation Tablighi Jamaat from functioning in Saudi and carrying out its activities in the Kingdom.
2021-12-15
Category: International, Ethiopia,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics,Religion
Rosneft plays a key role in energy dialogue with India (Opinion)
New Delhi, Dec 14 (IANS) Russian energy company Rosneft is playing a pivotal role in the energy dialogue between Moscow and New Delhi, actively developing an integrated format of cooperation with Indian partners.
2021-12-14
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
The Summit for Democracy (Opinion)
A US sponsored two-day virtual democracy summit wrapped up last week. It was promised by President Joe Biden during his election campaign last year, as he wanted to show that the US has departed from the "America First philosophy of his predecessor Donald Trump and instead will focus on an event that was more about starting a global conversation about how best to halt backsliding than producing immediate results or expanding democracys reach.
2021-12-13
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
The Summit for Democracy (Opinion)
A US sponsored two-day virtual democracy summit wrapped up last week. It was promised by President Joe Biden during his election campaign last year, as he wanted to show that the US has departed from the "America First philosophy of his predecessor Donald Trump and instead will focus on an event that was more about starting a global conversation about how best to halt backsliding than producing immediate results or expanding democracys reach.
2021-12-13
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
Markets to consolidate amongst primary market focus
Markets were volatile to say the least in the week gone by and tested the patience and skill sets of traders and investors. While the week fortunately ended with gains it was not without hiccups and nervousness. The week ended with BSESENSEX gaining 1,090.21 points or 1.89 per cent to close at 58,786.67 points while NIFTY gained 314.60 points or 1.83 per cent to end at 17,511.30 points. Benchmark indices gained on two of the five sessions, were down on one and were virtually flat on the remaining two trading sessions. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 1.80 per cent, 1.89 per cent and 1.98 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP gained 2.08 per cent while BSESMALLCAP gained 2.95 per cent.
2021-12-12
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Mon violence: BJP exploring replacing Home Minister Patton in Nagaland? (Opinion)
New Delhi, Dec 11 (IANS) Left red-faced by the gory episode in Nagaland wherein native Konyak tribesmen and poor mine workers were killed indiscriminately by the forces, the Centre is exploring certain knee-jerk actions politically.
2021-12-11
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
Nothing is permanent except tears and fears (Opinion)
New Delhi, Dec 7 (IANS) Things have come a full circle yet again. What has changed between 1995 and 2021? Over 26 years.
2021-12-07
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Putin visiting India: Is it strategic balancing?
With heated exchanges between the US and Russia due to heavy concentration of troops in Ukraine border scheduled for talks between both, Russias growing dependency on China due to sanctions from West, and Indian tilt towards the US with inclusion in Quad, the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India on December 6, appears to be viewed differently by different world players. Even in domestic debates, the public anger due to Chinese intrusion in Ladakh and growing partnership of Russia and China, indicates that the visit is sensitive in context of international geopolitical scenario; hence will require a delicate strategic balancing including text of joint statement, if issued at the end of the visit. Notwithstanding the above, the visit is a scheduled 21st India-Russia Annual Summit, which couldnt take place earlier due to coronavirus pandemic, there are many justified reasons to continue with 'Indo-Soviet Friendship Treaty (1971)' matured into 'Strategic Partnership (2000)', which has stood the test of time till date, even during ongoing rough relations between China and India.
2021-12-06
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
New US Defence Posturing (Opinion)
In the last week of November, the administration of US President Joe Biden released a Global Posture Review (GPR), to ensure the footprint of American service members worldwide is correctly sized and supports strategy. The Pentagon says that the review will help it "best allocate military forces in pursuit of our national interests" and it has sought to focus efforts on moving away from the Middle East and focusing on countering China.
2021-12-06
Category: International, India,Opinion/Commentary
India and China in the emerging geopolitics (Column: Spy's Eye)
Advent of Biden Presidency with its resonating calls of 'America is back', 'we will repair our alliances' and 'will engage with the world once again' on one hand and the rise of President Xi Jinping with a stronger hold on China after the Plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of CPC, on the other, have got strategic analysts to examine if a new Cold War was already on the horizon.
2021-12-05
Category: India, Maharashtra,National,Opinion/Commentary
Market recovery last week looks weak and fragile, be cautious
Markets in the week gone by continued to remain volatile and choppy. Though they managed some gains on a net basis the fact remained that they were under pressure and one saw them swinging in either direction. BSESENSEX gained 589.31 points or 1.03 per cent to close at 57,696.46 points while NIFTY gained 170.25 points or 1.00 per cent to close at 17,196.70 points. This should also be viewed in perspective that the losses in the previous week were as much as 4.24 per cent and 4.16 per cent.
2021-12-05
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Globally active China (opinion)
The aggressive and planned manner in which Chinese companies have forayed globally, poses a risk not just to the economic interests but also the defence interests of the collaborating and neighbour nations.
2021-11-29
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Security goes beyond deterrence of uniform (Column: Spy's Eye)
Whenever there is mention of a threat to national security, people think of our defence forces in their glorious battle dress -- protecting the country on our borders against external attacks and winning the war for us.
2021-11-28
Category: India, Mizoram,National,Opinion/Commentary,Defence/Security
Markets not yet out of the woods, exercise caution
Markets in the week gone by began on an ominous note with sharp losses on the very first day of the week. They ended the week with even more ominous signs, losing 1.5 times more on Friday than what they lost on Monday, and leaving the world guessing what the new week would unfold for markets globally.
2021-11-28
Category: India, Tamil Nadu,National,Opinion/Commentary
Cummins will make for an unbelievable captain: James Pattinson
Sydney, Nov 24 (IANS) Australian pacer Pat Cummins' former Test team-mate James Pattinson has said that the fast bowler would make for an "unbelievable" captain if he is given the opportunity to lead the side during the Ashes, beginning at the Gabba on December 8.
2021-11-24
Category: International, Australia,Sports,Opinion/Commentary
Abrahamia: A new religion on the horizon? (Opinion)
News reports about a new religion to be implemented globally, has caused consternation amongst the people and also raised questions about its validity and designs behind it.
2021-11-22
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Religion
India's rise on the world horizon (Column: Spy's Eye)
In the narrow narrative of domestic politics - marked by minority versus majority controversy whipped up in the name of 'secularism', a distorted projection of the strong governance of Prime Minister Modi as a symbol of 'authoritarianism' and a deliberate attempt to misinterpret nationalism as the promotion of 'Hindutva', what stands out in bold relief is the rapid advance India has made internationally to get an unprecedented recognition from the world community as a major power influencing the issues of war and peace. This is a major development.
2021-11-21
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Expiry week will induce volatility and sharp movements (Market Watch)
The week gone by was a four-day week with Friday being a holiday. The week began on a positive note but that was all the positive news for the week. Markets lost ground on all the remaining three days. BSESENSEX ended the week with losses of 1,050.68 points or 1.73 per cent to close the week at 59,636.01 points. NIFTY lost 337.95 points or 1.87 per cent to close at 17,764.80 points. The broader indices saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 lose 1.74 per cent, 1.85 per cent and 1.81 per cent, respectively. BSEMIDCAP lost 1.71 per cent, while BSESMALLCAP lost 1.49 per cent.
2021-11-21
Category: International, South Korea,National,Opinion/Commentary