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Monthly Archives: December, 2015

The real goal of education is man-making, not rat-race

By Nithin Sridhar Rajasthan’s promising city of Kota, which has emerged in the past decade as one of the most prominent destination for education and...

Modi brings ”Indianness” in men’s fashion

New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi inspires multiple designers in the growing segment of menswear by his sartorial taste, and 2015 turned out to be a...

Baba Ramdev JNU ban: Logic betrayed?

By Roshni Chakrabarty The Jawaharlal Nehru University’s invitation to yoga guru Ramdev to address the 22nd edition of the International Congress of Vedanta as the...

Gaofen-4: HD Earth observation satellite launched by China

Beijing: China today launched its most sophisticated observation satellite, Gaofen-4, as part of the country's high-definition (HD) earth observation project, Xinhua reported. Gaofen-4 was launched from...

Putin met Taliban chief for support against IS

London: A top Afghan militant commander has claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin held an unpublicized meeting with Mullah Akhtar Mansour, the current Taliban...

Kerala hails Supreme Court nod to its liquor policy

Thiruvananthapuram:  The Kerala government saluted the Supreme Court’s verdict that not only encouraged the Kerala High Court’s verdict as well as the Oommen Candy...

India seeks enhanced economic ties with Iran

New Delhi:  Iran being an important partner of India, according to Sushma Swaraj External Affairs Minister, called for improvement of commerce, infrastructure, trade and...

Britain congratulates Iraq on retaking IS-held city

London: Philip Hammond, British Foreign Secretary congratulated the government of Iraq on Monday on the hoisting of the Iraqi flag in a city Ramadi,...

Modi on two-day visit to Karnataka from January 2

Bengaluru: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Karnataka for two days, to inaugurate Indian Science Congress 103rd session at Mysore on January 3,...

Education system in India needs overhauling

New Delhi: The emergence of a knowledge-driven society demonstrated that everything can and must change and that the process is a continuous search for...

Mamata weakens up before assembly polls

New Delhi: With the West Bengal assembly election a few months away, Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee is showing signs of weakening -...

Congress marks its founding day with controversy

New Delhi: The Congress's 130th birthday, which was observed by the party on Monday, could not have been a happy occasion. True, the party...

People with more than Rs 10 lakh annual income will no longer receive cooking gas subsidy

New Delhi: Cooking gas consumers with taxable income of more than Rs.10 lakh per annum will no longer get the benefit of the subsidy...

Karnataka’s Global Investors Meet to focus on women entrepreneurs

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government's ensuing Global Investors Meet (GIM) here on February 3-5 would focus on promoting women entrepreneurs in the state, an official...

DDCA scam: Kejriwal refuses to apologize, BJP accuses him of ‘stating drama’

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said he would not apologize to union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over the DDCA row...

Sanjay Nirupam apologizes for ‘Congress Darshan’ goof-up, sacks content editor

Mumbai/New Delhi: The Congress on Monday sacked Sudhir Joshi, content editor of the 'Congress Darshan' publication, for certain objectionable remarks on Jawaharlal Nehru and...

Five most controversial bans imposed by Government in 2015

By Harshmeet Singh The year 2015 will be remembered for many things. From PM Modi’s frequent foreign visits and the Dadri lynching incident to the...

First light chip for communications developed

New York: Engineers, one of them of Indian-origin, have successfully developed a single-chip microprocessor that uses light for communications  - a landmark development that opens...

Gurgaon: Daring kidnapping of woman in public view

Gurgaon: A woman was allegedly kidnapped by 3-4 unidentified men in a car from outside a college here in full public view today, the police...

5 Indian serials depicting compelling corruptions

New Delhi: With female folk constituting the bulk of television viewership, there is an obvious reason for 'saas-bahu' serials to dominate the general entertainment...

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Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics And The USA: Part 2

By Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre reporter MOHAN RAGBEER said (continued): “This irritated the State Department/CIA, but they remained ignorant, despite corrections, and so anti-communist (the Cold War...

Guyana Government Closes Chapter On Dr. Rodney’s Death – Time To Reopen The 1964 Wismar Ethnic Cleansing Atrocity

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honoring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on...

Advance Technology In Satellite Internet

By Mark Richter If you ask a few broadband internet users about satellite internet connection, the reviews would probably not be good because of lower...

Idleness Might Take A Toll On Children’s Minds During COVID Lockdowns

By Salil Gewali Just about two weeks back I was coincidentally confronted with the most contrasting situation in a market. On the one hand a...