Since the time Baba Ramdev started teaching yoga in 2002, his rise and popularity is a cause of concern for every Hindu hater. His intentions, his yoga, his Ayurvedic medicines, his treatments and his claims of treating seriously ill patients are all under the scanner. Maybe his adorning saffron does
Civil services examination conducted by UPSC is considered one of the toughest exams in the world. Lakhs of candidates prepare for years to clear this exam but only a few are able to achieve that. Because of the reservation and the existing exam pattern the exams are losing the sheen.
In January 2018, when four top-level judges of Supreme Court made some complaints against the Chief Justice Dipak Mishra in a press conference, the country was shocked. For most of the present generation, it was new and unheard of. The press conference was just the beginning of a big game
After Buddha achieved nirvana at Gaya, he came to Sarnath and found his five disciples who had earlier abandoned him and preached his first sermon to them. Later his preachings were represented on the Ashoka pillar by King Ashoka, thereby promulgating the Dhamma- Chakka ( in Pali ) or Dharmachakra. The
Dear Veterans, I am a citizen of India and the wife of a veteran. Sharing some thoughts that came to my mind after reading your letter. You are ‘not affiliated with any single political party‘ but I am not affiliated with ANY political party. Your commitment is only to the
Every year Kargil Vijay Diwas brings in the mixed feelings of pride and pain, loss, and gain. It has been 18 years today when the Indian army achieved victory over infiltration of Pakistani soldiers through Operation Vijay. National Highway 1D, connecting Srinagar to Leh cuts through Kargil. The area of
Recently a housing society in Noida witnessed an unprecedented incident when a group of illegal Bangladeshi migrants attacked residents, vandalized property and created a ruckus in the area. This maybe a bizarre incident but the menace of illegal migrants is affecting the country in more ways than one. For decades, India
Reading about the terrorist attack on Amarnath pilgrims, I came across a write-up in The Indian Express with the headline ‘The attack that restored Kashmiriyat’. A day ago India’s Home Minister had also expressed the same feeling when he said, “Kashmiriyat still alive, I salute it”. What is Kashmiriyat?
A few days back when International Court of Justice stayed the death penalty given to Kulbhushan Jadhav by a military court in Pakistan on the charges of spying for India, the whole country celebrated this victory. Though it wouldn’t mean much till the time Kulbhushan Jadhav is safe home.