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Ambitious initiative towards a drug-free India
Every year, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi is observed as National Anti-Drug Addiction Day to honour his commitment towards eradicating the menace of drug and substance abuse. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also time and again highlighted the perils of substance abuse and stated that it is a dangerous disease which traps a person into a never-ending vicious cycle. Unfortunately, this menace is on the rise as is evident from the findings of National Survey on Extent and Pattern of Substance Use.
2021-02-23
Category: India, Goa,National,Opinion/Commentary
Balochistan: In the Crosshairs of History (Book Review)
The year began on a subdued note with the assassination of journalist and activist Karima Baloch, one of Balochistan's few, fiery and brilliant women freedom fighters. Her dead body was found in a lake in Toronto, Canada. The death is strongly alleged to be that of the Pakistani deep state. It, however, did not ignite international passions as the farmers' protests in democratic India did, for example. Yet, this was not a one-off assassination. It was part of a broader pattern of continuous death, destruction and dispossession of an entire community by the very state that is meant to protect and ensure their rights. Just in September another Baloch female journalist was killed, her perpetrators went scot-free.
2021-02-22
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
The mindset of an Indian-American (Opinion)
The 2020 survey carried out by Carnegie Endowment, tries to find and analyse the reasons for Modi's popularity in the United States.
2021-02-22
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Markets under pressure, expect more consolidation (Market Watch)
Markets were under pressure last week and the bull tide seemed to have turned the corner on Tuesday itself. BSESENSEX rose from the previous day's close of 52,154 points intraday to a high of 52,516 points and then fell to close at 52,104 points, a loss of 50 points compared to the previous day. The fall from the high was 412 points. This broke the momentum of the markets and they fell for the next three days, and even wiped out the sharp gains registered on Monday of over 600 points. Similar was the case with NIFTY as well.
2021-02-21
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Did external influences increase in Indian politics after Congress split of 1969 (Comment)
I had no business to forget Badshah Khan's 130th birthday this February, having been his press secretary when he came on a year's "healing mission" as guest of both the political camps led by Indira Gandhi and Jayaprakash Narayan.
2021-02-21
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Pak out to repeat 1990, guns turned towards members of minority community (Opinion)
As the delegation of envoys from 23 countries concluded their Kashmir visit on Wednesday evening, militants made their presence felt by attacking the son of the owner of a famous eatery, Krishna Dhaba, at Sonawar in uptown Srinagar.
2021-02-19
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Pakistan Army: A mercenary force for China to put down Baloch resistance to CPEC
Nobel laureate V.S. Naipaul was not being facetious when he described Pakistan as a 'Criminal Enterprise'. It is, therefore, only to be expected that the army of a criminal enterprise behaves like a mercenary army.
2021-02-19
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
The pink ball affair: India versus England (Column: Close-in)
The third Test match between India and England starting on February 24 at the huge and magnificent newly constructed Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad should be a very interesting affair. The stadium is named after the Ironman of India, Sardar Patel, and the Indian team will need to imbibe the same qualities of the 'Man of Steel' who played an important role in the freedom movement against the British Empire.
2021-02-19
Category: India, New Delhi,Sports,Cricket,Opinion/Commentary
Cryptocurrency Bill: Killing the messenger? (Opinion)
The Indian government is planning to ban all operations of cryptocurrencies in the country, except for a state-backed digital currency. The ban will be operationalised with a new law coming to effect. The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill of 2021 is slated to be introduced in the budget session of the Parliament. In context of evolving digital finance globally, the Government of India should reconsider its thinking about these new financial systems that are being developed.
2021-02-17
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Uyghur Movement: Challenges to The Ethnic Movement
China has a long history of Uyghur Discrimination but World has a role to play.
2021-02-15
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
The Russian affair (Opinion)
The recent demonstrations in Russia might have raised the West's hope to see an end to the Russian oligarchy, but it may turn out to be a wishful dream.
2021-02-15
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Markets critically poised with imminent correction (Market Watch)
Markets continued to gain ground in the week gone by, but significantly lesser than the previous week. They were up on three of the five trading days and lost on two days. However, on three of the five trading days, markets were sideways and more than sixty per cent of the week's gains came because of Monday alone. This clearly shows that markets seem to be running out of momentum and are seeking a reason to correct. Further there have been many an occasion when they spend their time recovering lost ground during the day. All of this suggests an impending sharp correction sooner than later. When? Is the million-dollar question and I am quite sure the exact date is not yet ascertained. Suffice to say we are there, and it could be just any day hereon.
2021-02-14
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Over 200 Lingayat seers seeks inclusion of all subsects to Central OBC list
Bengaluru, Feb 13 (IANS) Nearly 200 Lingayat-Veerashiava seers under the aegis of the National Federation of Veerashaiva-Lingayat Seers held a meeting demanding that Karnataka chief minister, B. S. Yediyurappa recommend all subsects of Lingayats community to the Central Backward Class list.
2021-02-13
Category: India, Karnataka,National,Opinion/Commentary,Religion
Letting go of stale opinions and learning to rethink
New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Discover the critical art of rethinking: how questioning your opinions can position you for excellence at work and wisdom in life.
2021-02-13
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
India got the short end of the stick (Column: Close-in)
The uncertainty of the game of cricket is what makes it exciting to watch. The Indian team, especially after its superlative performances in Australia, was earmarked to defeat England easily at home. The success that India have had on their shores made them odds on favourites. Therefore, the defeat against England in the first Test match came as a bolt in the blue.
2021-02-12
Category: India, New Delhi,Sports,Cricket,Opinion/Commentary
Disengagement at LAC: Decoding China-India moves ahead (Opinion)
China and India have announced the disengagement of troops along Line of Actual Control (LAC), at the southern and northern bank of the Pangong Tso Lake having commenced since February 10. It seems to be a positive step to mark the beginning of a possible end of one of the longest stand-offs, which had tremendous financial and human cost to bear, due to 'LOCisation' of the LAC, in harsh winters. A compulsion to get into some mutually acceptable solution, out of numerous negotiations at various levels is understandable, as stretching the standoff beyond a point was serving no useful purpose. The actual worth of announcements will be seen in implementation stage, in view of trust deficit and past track record of Chinese in junking agreements, when it suits them, as the LAC as well as border remains undemarcated between both countries.
2021-02-12
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
The disengagement commences (Comment)
As per reports, India and China have agreed to a monitored disengagement on both banks of the Pangong Tso. China had intruded into Indian territory north of the lake in May last year. The rapid deployment led to the Chinese being blocked in their tracks. Galwan displayed a strong Indian intent of not backing down. The award of war decorations to those who were involved in Galwan conveyed the message that India considered Chinese intrusion as an act of war and would escalate if needed to ensure defence of its territory. The Indian counter actions led to occupying positions on the Kailash Ridge, which gave it a tactical advantage and domination of the Chinese garrison in Moldo as also the Spanggur gap.
2021-02-11
Category: India, West Bengal,National,Opinion/Commentary
Changing contours of Indo-US ties (Opinion)
After tolerating four years of tantrums, mood swings and fits, bad language, and the worst idiotic and overtly racist behaviour when defeated by any US President, the world keenly awaited the change of power in the oldest democracy in the world when Joe Biden took over as the new American President.
2021-02-10
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
CCP has digitised its dictatorship
Having unveiled its ambition of emerging as the top Artificial Intelligence (AI) superpower by 2030, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has taken rapid strides in digitising every conceivable sphere of its activity, so much so even its dictatorial form of governance. With CCP ideology pervading the state-run and data driven Chinese economy, it is but natural that giant Chinese tech companies and foreign companies with significant presence in China, have been arm twisted by CCP into sharing sensitive consumer data. This helps the CCP to maintain an eagle eye vigil on its 1.4 billion citizenry through installation of a humongous number of surveillance devices throughout the country, implementation of the dubious Social Credit System and using digital media to indoctrinate people to its ideology while crushing any form of dissent within the country. The story of CCP's transformation from a traditionally repressive dictatorship since inception to the digital dictatorship of President Xi Jinping needs careful study, especially to safeguard nations from the pitfalls of the CCP's irredentist ambitions.
2021-02-09
Category: India, Uttar Pradesh,National,Opinion/Commentary
Post Budget Sprint, markets need to catch their breath (Market Watch)
The budget for 2021-22 presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman rocks. This was the FM's third Budget. It truly was a daring and earth-shattering budget which has taken the markets to newer heights. Markets boomed not only on budget day, but have been gaining on a daily basis over the last five days since the budget was presented. BSESENSEX gained 4,445.86 points or 9.61 per cent to close at 50,731.63 points. NIFTY gained 1,289.65 points or 9.46 per cent to close at 14,924.25 points. BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gained 9.04 per cent, 8.79 per cent and 8.61 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP was up 7.36 per cent while BSESMALLCAP gained 6.16 per cent.
2021-02-07
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
There, there: Monetary Policy February 2021 (Opinion)
The monetary policy was set against a backdrop full of push and pull factors. Some of them were as follows: Resurging domestic growth in context of a global reflation trade leading most boats, including commodity prices, higher.
2021-02-05
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
India must host a global Lemonade Party (Opinion)
The Lemonade Party Movement, a newly formed global initiative which promotes the philosophy that "if life gives you a lemon, make lemonade", has in a statement called upon India to convene a global meet of leaders and influencers to discuss various threats facing the world future.
2021-02-04
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
The changing canvas of dairy industry with breed improvement (Opinion)
Indias journey from a milk deficit country to one of surplus has been momentous. Initiated in 1970, Operation Flood was arguably the worlds most ambitious dairy development programme that transformed India into one of the largest milk producers.
2021-02-03
Category: India, Karnataka,National,Opinion/Commentary
India Union Budget - Clean & Conservative but?
Most of us awaited Indias Union Budget 2021-22 for its fiscal policy strategy to support growth, as the economy slowly emerges from the pandemic. Given previous episodes of shortfalls in realized receipts and rising off-budget expenditure, one was also ready to calculate 'more likely receipts and the 'true fiscal deficit. As mentioned in our previous note (link), the budget was a pleasant surprise as it estimated tax revenue conservatively, unlike recent years and vs. expectations this year. It also took a firm step towards reducing the rising off-budget financing, and has started repaying corresponding dues, by directly funding these through the government balance sheet. This enhances transparency but has also increased the budget size well beyond most of our estimates.
2021-02-03
Category: India, New Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
Lack of immediate direct support disappoints travel & tourism industry
Lack of immediate direct support in budget has disappointed the Indian travel and tourism industry
2021-02-02
Category: India, New Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
6 pillars of Budget2021-22 stands on 'Sarve Santu Niramaya'
I congratulate Honble Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharamanji for this forward thinking, growth inducing budget, based on the six core pillars of development -- Health, Infrastructure, Inclusive Development, Human Capital, Innovation and Governance.
2021-02-02
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
Don't think twice, it's all right: Union Budget FY22
The budget exercise has tended to be seen with both wariness as well as weariness; the former because many a time the assumptions embedded dont pass muster with private forecasters and the latter because such an exercise is often accorded more importance than it usually deserves. However the present budget may just go down as a notable exception to these perceptions, especially the one about wariness. To that extent, it indeed signifies a break and is consistent with markets expectation of an exercise worthy of the unprecedented times that have been brought upon us.
2021-02-01
Category: India, New Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
'A budget for growth with next-gen reforms'
Historic budget with growth as the centre piece. Pump priming the economy to strengthen recovery.
2021-02-01
Category: India, New Delhi,Business/Economy,Opinion/Commentary
With markets having corrected significantly, Budget to decide direction (Market Watch)
Markets continued to correct and did so quite vociferously in the four trading days during last week. Ever after having touched the 50k mark on BSESENSEX on the 21st of January, they have been losing ground for six consecutive days. BSESENSEX lost 2,592.77 points or 5.30 per cent to close at 46,285.77 points while NIFTY lost 737.30 points or 5.13 per cent to close at 13,634.60 points. The broader indices saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 lose 5.00 per cent, 4.80 per cent and 4.62 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP was down 3.62 per cent while BSESMALLCAP lost 2.36 per cent. The fall was quite ferocious and there were no sectoral gainers with BSEAUTO losing 6.65 per cent. In individual stocks we saw Maruti lose 10.40 per cent, Reliance 10.10 per cent, Tata Motors down 9.26 per cent and Dr Reddy down 8.64 per cent.
2021-01-31
Category: India, Uttar Pradesh,National,Opinion/Commentary
India need to keep their guard up (Column: Close-in)
The unimaginable Test series victory against Australia has brought immense joy for the millions of Indian cricket followers and fans. This is quite understandable as India showed both resilience and toughness in the way they played the last two Test matches in Australia. The rear-guard action in drawing the third Test and the positive mind-set in bringing about an incredible victory in the fourth match was a good example of it. The most interesting aspect of it all was that the daring performances were without their most dependable and accomplished teammates.
2021-01-29
Category: International, Australia,Sports,Cricket,Opinion/Commentary
Changes introduced by Budget 2020 which require clarity in Budget 2021
New Delhi, Jan 28 (IANS) Budget 2020 introduced several changes in the Income-tax provisions. Some of most discussed and debated ones being scrapping of dividend distribution tax (DDT) regime, expansion of tax collection at source (TCS) provisions on sale of goods and expanding the scope of digital tax provisions.
2021-01-28
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Biden, Putin speak over phone on arms control, Ukraine
Washington, Jan 27 (IANS) US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Tuesday discussed arms control and other issues during their first phone conversation, said the White House.
2021-01-27
Category: International, United States,Opinion/Commentary
India at 72 (Opinion)
In the first year of the new decade, we'll mark the 75 years of our Independence and 72 years of India as a Republic, but there are many questions, which assail the common Indian.
2021-01-25
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Volatile expiry and budget expectations to drive markets (Market Watch)
The BSESENSEX hit the important milestone of 50,000 and reacted quite sharply from there. It was like it got a 440-volt electric shock and lost ground for the remaining two days of the week. The headline number for the week says that the BSESENSEX lost 156.13 points or 0.32 per cent to close at 48.878.54 points. NIFTY lost 61.80 points or 0.43 per cent to close at 14,371.90 points. The low and high for the week was 48,403.97 points and 50,184.01 points on the BSESENSEX. It was 14,222.80 points and 14,753.55 points on NIFTY.
2021-01-24
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Australians beaten 'black and blue' (Column: Close-in)
India's victory in the Test series against Australia exemplified the unpredictability that the game offers to make it so special. In both the third and fourth Test matches, India looked defeated and ready to be slaughtered by the strong Australian bowling attack. The present breed of young Indians' never-say-die attitude came forth beautifully. The biggest change that modern India has to offer to the world is the change in the attitude of the youth of India.
2021-01-22
Category: India, Uttar Pradesh,Sports,Cricket,Opinion/Commentary
Australians 'black and blue' (Column: Close-in)
Indias victory in the Test series against Australia exemplified the unpredictability that the game offers to make it so special. In both the third and fourth Test matches, India looked defeated and ready to be slaughtered by the strong Australian bowling attack. The present breed of young Indians' never-say-die attitude came forth beautifully. The biggest change that modern India has to offer to the world is the change in the attitude of the youth of India.
2021-01-22
Category: India, New Delhi,Sports,Cricket,Opinion/Commentary
UK's new avatar
Post-Brexit strategy poses great challenges for the UK; to redefine its internal and external policies besides handling the worsening pandemic situation calls for pragmatism in a large dose.
2021-01-18
Category: India, New Delhi,Opinion/Commentary
Will budget be the tipping point? (Market Watch)
Markets continued their upward movement but not without their corrections and sharp intraday moves as well. On three of the five trading days we saw markets slipping into the red or negative territory and then recovering to close higher. This also led to sharp movements between the high and the low of the day.
2021-01-17
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Governments can come and go but cultural nationalism is here to stay (Opinion)
New Delhi, Jan 15 (IANS) On Friday, when President Ramnath Kovind donated Rs 5 lakh in personal capacity for the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya to the trust, life came a full circle for the Indian Republic. In 1951, when deputy Prime Minister Sardar Patel wanted the Somnath temple to be renovated by the Congress, it was opposed tooth and nail by Pandit Nehru, who wanted the new state to be at arm's length from the renovation of the Somnath temple in Gujarat.
2021-01-15
Category: India, Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Arab politics post Qatar-Saudi rapprochement (Opinion)
The recent rapprochement between Qatar and Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and other GCC members may have a positive fallout on the regional relations and balance of power.
2021-01-13
Category: India, Maharashtra,National,Opinion/Commentary
Political Violence in Washington (Opinion) (Ld)
The presidential election in the US marked by an unusually confrontationist run up to the polls and an equally bitter post-poll phase of transition, made a wrong sort of history when hundreds of supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump converging on the Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. indulged in violence there on January 6, the day a joint session of the Congress was set to finally certify the victorious candidate. The facts that as many as four protesters lost their lives and an officer of the Capitol Police force succumbed to injuries inflicted by the mob, speak of the seriousness of an event that seemed to the world outside as an unprecedented physical attack on the Parliament of the oldest democracy by a politically driven mob of Republican followers pushed to a height of frenzy by their Presidential nominee himself.
2021-01-13
Category: India, Rajasthan,National,Opinion/Commentary
Salary to housewives vs counting women's unpaid work
Kamal Hasan's political party in Tamil Nadu promised salaries to housewives as part of its electoral campaign. And the idea was welcomed by Congress politician Shashi Tharoor. Today, the media is also celebrating the longest flight and the first from San Francisco to Bengaluru manned by an all women crew of pilots and co-pilots led by Captain Papagiri Thanmai and Captain Zoya Aggarwal.
2021-01-11
Category: India, Goa,National,Opinion/Commentary
Tobacco tax hike can fetch more revenue, save more lives
With the Covid-19 pandemic hitting the countrys economy hard, preparation of the Union budget for the next fiscal is a big challenge for the government this time.
2021-01-11
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Markets booming but caution is the buzzword (Market Watch)
Markets were struggling after four days of trading last week, but Friday turned the tables and saw a very sharp rally. They ended the week with gains of around two per cent. BSESENSEX gained 913.52 points or 1.91 per cent to close at 48,782.51 points while NIFTY gained 328.75 points or 2.35 per cent to close at 14,347.25 points. The broader markets saw BSE100, BSE200 and BSE500 gain 2.85 per cent, 3.00 per cent and 3.07 per cent respectively. BSEMIDCAP gained 5.36 per cent while BSESMALLCAP was up 3.55 per cent. In sectoral indices, the top gainer was BSEMETAL up 9.06 per cent while the only loser was BSEFMCG down 0.79 per cent.
2021-01-10
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Bitcoin may not be a big hit in India, but tokenization will be ((Opinion)
With Bitcoin reaching a record high of US $40,000, there is fresh media attention on the whole crypto subject. Once called the riskiest asset is now the hottest and is regarded as the heir to the gold. The new enthusiasm from the younger investors is driving the rally. The asset has gained nearly 300 per cent this year.
2021-01-10
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Covid vaccine: Is it Halal or not? (Opinion)
It's not only the Muslims, even Hindus and Jews have raised questions about the use of the Covid vaccine, due to prohibited substances in its composition.
2021-01-07
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary
Russia criticises US as "root cause" of Iran uranium enrichment
Moscow, Jan 6 (IANS) The Russian Foreign Ministry said that the US is responsible for Iran's recent decision of enriching uranium to 20 per cent.
2021-01-06
Category: International, Russian Federation,Opinion/Commentary
China calls for caution in dealing with Syria chemical weapon issue
United Nations, Jan 6 (IANS) A Chinese envoy on Tuesday called for caution in dealing with the issue of Syria's chemical weapons.
2021-01-06
Category: International, United States,Opinion/Commentary
Brexit: Finale at last
The British public will have to face the repercussions of the sordid Brexit saga, mostly based on lies, during the pandemic times.
2021-01-04
Category: International, India,Opinion/Commentary,Politics
Time for consolidation post fireworks (Market Watch)
Calendar year 2020 has come to an end and it was a spectacular one for the markets, not withstanding Covid-19. The benchmark indices returned gains of 15.75 per cent on BSESENSEX and 15.75 per cent on NIFTY. Bank NIFTY returned negative returns of 2.79 per cent.
2021-01-03
Category: India, New Delhi,National,Opinion/Commentary