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
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
I am lucky to be born in a post-independence era and perhaps like all other people born after independence would have never valued the price of it. But two years during my childhood taught me the real value of the freedom that democracy imparts but we take it for granted.
Movies just like literature are a mirror of the society. Whatever is happening around us is reflected upon in movies. If the movies of the 1950s, the period immediately after independence reflected the social realist, 1960s was more about the romantic movies based on upper-middle-class Indians with plush houses, grand
For past few days, TV studios are debating the issue of online trolling and the abuse people face on Social Media. The centre of debates, Swati Chaturvedi has written a book ‘I Am a Troll’ and Sadhavi Khosla is claiming to be the whistleblower to expose the dirty tricks of
Sanal Kumar Sasidharan, a Malayali filmmaker has won The Hivos Tiger Award at the International Film Festival of Rotterdam for his movie. Sanal Kumar is an acclaimed filmmaker and he is the first Indian to bag the award at the prestigious ceremony. According to jury, his film has presented the