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November Month Articles

  • We must pity Arundhati Roy
    • by Dr. Vijaya Rajiva
      When a gifted novelist abandons her writing and enters the world of political analysis for which she is ill equipped then we have a disaster called Arundhati Roy. .....
  • PM avoids Raja issue, non-committal on cabinet reshuffle
    • by The Economic Times
      Telecom minister A Raja may have entered the danger zone after the Supreme Court's strong observations on his indiscretions, but the government leadership does not seem to be in a hurry to show him the door. .....
  • Court directive to Chennai Corporation
    • by The Hindu
      The Madras High Court has directed the Chennai Corporation to remove the fish stalls and hoardings at a place on First Avenue, Sastri Nagar here, by November 7, if the allegation in a petition is correct. .....
  • Changes visible in poll-bound Magadh
    • by Press Trust of India
      Ramesh Dhudy used to drive an old Maruti 800 car. An affluent paper merchant, he could afford a bigger car but the fear of criminals forced him to suppress his desire for a full 15 years. But that is now history. Dhudy is now a proud owner of a swanky Honda car. .....
  • Kashmiri Pandits want sedition case against Roy
    • by The Pioneer
      ammu-Kashmir Vichar Manch, an organisation of Kashmiri Pandits, on Monday asked the Centre to initiate a sedition case against writer Arundhati Roy for the remarks she made recently in Delhi on the Kashmir issue. .....
  • Former Teesta aide petitions court in Naroda Gam case
    • by Rathin Das
      A former associate of Mumbai-based activist Teesta Setalvad has knocked the doors of a local court here after some witnesses in the 2002 riots cases blamed him for filing false affidavits on their behalf. .....
  • CWG's social dividend
    • by A Surya Prakash
      Most of India's winners at the recent Games are from Bharat. They have shown what commitment can achieve for them and their nation .....
  • Idol Attraction
    • by Neha Dewan
      Choosing a gift that creates the right impression is not always easy. One has to make sure that it gels well with the recipient's taste and fancies. .....
  • PM avoids Raja issue, non-committal on reshuffle
    • by PR Ramesh
      Telecom minister A Raja may have entered the danger zone after the Supreme Court's strong observations on his indiscretions, but the government leadership does not seem to be in a hurry to show him the door. .....
  • Diwali: From pujas to poker
    • by Saira Kurup & Insiya Amir
      In the 90s Diwali was all about a simple celebration at home. In 2010, people are going to the mall for food, fun and festival shopping .....
  • 'Here science is a dialect of Kannada'
    • by Sharan Poovanna
      Science is considered a complicated language by the common man. But in Karnataka, science is considered a dialect of the local Kannada language. This notion would come alive when there is a realisation of efforts by second generation scientist, Prof Roddam Narasimha. .....
  • We cannot have two governments
    • by Tavleen Singh
      First, Sonia Gandhi gave us a government with two prime ministers. The one she appointed and Madame herself. Now, she gives us two governments. .....
  • Winds of change blow away Bihar's fear factor
    • by Sachin Parashar
      A puff of smoke let out by Madhuri Singh (name changed) in the plush Kapil Dev's Eleven's bar on Patna's Fraser Road might be the most visible sign of winds of change sweeping Bihar .....
  • Don't pity us, Arundhati - not yet
    • by Anshul Chaturvedi
      Insofar as putting thoughts into words go, I guess I'm not really qualified to take up an issue with Arundhati Roy; she's a globally acknowledged .....
  • Let's stop pandering to bleeding hearts
    • by Swapan Dasgupta
      If some media reports are to be believed, the Government has sent out a message to the three-member team of interlocutors for Jammu & Kashmir to be more circumspect in their public pronouncements. .....
  • Amit Shah spares CBI the blushes
    • by Abraham Thomas
      The embarrassment for the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) just got bigger when a Supreme Court Bench, working from its residence till late on Saturday, refused to cancel the bail granted to former Gujarat Minister Amit Shah. ....
  • Chavan camp trains gun on Deshmukh, Shinde
    • by S Balakrishnan
      The Adarsh housing scam now threatens to rock the Union cabinet. Even as Union ministers Vilasrao Deshmukh and Sushilkumar Shinde are eyeing the Maharashtra chief minister's post ....
  • It's Morning in India
    • by Thomas L. Friedman
      This week's award for not knowing what world you're living in surely goes to the French high school and college students who blockaded their campuses .....
  • Beijing bullies, Mumbai entices
    • by Sreeram Chaulia
      On a recent visit to India, Lawrence Summers, the outgoing Director of the US White House's National Economic Council. .....
  • Kashmir: Pakistan is the problem not the solution
    • by Vivek Gumaste
      Pakistan has thrust itself into the equation, not by dint of moral virtue or legal principle, but by illicit force as epitomised by its shameless support of blatant terrorism. As long as Pakistan remains in the equation, a solution is impossible, says Vivek Gumaste. .....

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