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Jul 10, 2018
Thailand cave rescue: Discipline and courage finally win as absence of politics, gamesmanship result in 13 saved livesNow that the rescue is over, the agony of suspense ended, the government of Thailand, its armed forces and its guts and glory divers need to be given a standing ovation for their professional conduct and their commitment shown in putting their lives on the line.
Jun 25, 2018
43 years since Emergency: A look back at HR Khanna, the judge who stood up to Indira GandhiIn a time when freedoms were being trampled, Justice HR Khanna was one man who stood up to the Emergency and the prime minister herself
Nov 10, 2016
Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes ban: 'They were helpless', says Assam retired banker who helped ex-colleaguesHer selfless and voluntary service was known when her son Trideep Lahkar, a journalist from a news agency shared it on his Facebook account praising his mother.
Jul 30, 2016
Taming communalism: Munshi Premchand's writings are more relevant today than his timesBest tribute to Premchand on his birthday will be to widely disseminate his literature harping for a pluralistic society with tolerance and peace as the hallmarks of an exemplary national unity.
Jun 04, 2016
Muhammad Ali's 'Greatest': Check out the boxing champion’s historic fightsMuhammad Ali's prolific 61-fight career featured bouts that are considered the greatest in history: a trilogy with Joe Frazier that produced "The Fight of the Century" and the "Thrilla in Manila," and the "The Rumble in the Jungle" with George Foreman, among many others.
May 05, 2016
Saluting bravehearts: IndiGo pilot shows the way on how to honour a war-heroFormer Indian Air Force fighter pilot Rajiv Tyagi shared on Facebook how an IndiGo Airlines captain and an ex-IAF pilot Harish Nayani proudly announced of having the war-hero as a passenger aboard the flight.
Jan 01, 2016
Odd-even plan: Delhi, you deserve a bow for rising to the occasionNo, Delhi wasn't following a draconian or a Talibani law; it was rediscovering togetherness, bonding over a new initiative that gives everybody a shot at a better environment.
Aug 16, 2015
Without subtitles: The Sholay test for interracial relationshipsBy the time the great emotional roller-coaster ride was approaching its explosive end I was drained from my role as the one-man tour guide for 'Sholay'. But it was then that I finally understood the miracle of 'Sholay'.
Jul 28, 2015
Remembering Kalam: Greatly beloved, but he maybe missed being truly greatOne of the reasons that Kalam’s appeal cut across class and creed was the man radiated a sort of innate gentleness.
Apr 18, 2015
An era ends with Syed Akbaruddin no longer MEA's voice, but Vikas Swarup will be no push-overAn era just ended in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) with Syed Akbaruddin demitting the high-profile office of Joint Secretary XP (External Publicity) and spokesperson.