Three years ago from now on 26/11/2008, whole "The Sunday Indianâ€ť team was busy with its deadline to complete edition. Suddenly a bullet of breaking news horrified all of us as terrorists from Pakistan storm economical capital of India. They entered in Indian waters and intruded in Mumbai for genocide of innocents.
While the MFN status and the revival of Joint Ministerial Commission (JMC) between India and Pakistan indicate the countries are willing to move ahead, Afghanistan quagmire has the serious potential to undermine the gains.
The growth strategy to pull the poor up from poverty, however, did not work because growth itself did not materialize. But now that growth has actually been produced by the post-1991 reforms, what can we say about the wisdom of the growth strategy?
In the preamble of the current budget Mamata Banerjee quoted â€śwe have attempted to combine a strong economic focus with an equal emphasis on social inclusionâ€ť. However, this yearâ€™s budget was a mere repetition of the last yearâ€™s populist styl
Indo-Lanka relations go back to a time that diffuses into the mist of history. This historical relationship has continued to leave an intense emotional bonding in the minds of the people of both countries. Sri Lanka is indelibly ingrained in the mind
After WikiLeaks announced the release of 250,000 American diplomatic cables, classified as secret documents, to some extent, the world in general and the diplomatic corps in particular, were left stunned. The US Foreign Department appeared to have lo
A rather unusual take points to the actual realities behind India's newfound buying spree
Nowhere in the world has the advent of big retail helped the long-term cause of the farmer
Barun Das Gupta recounts the compassion of the Mahatma that he witnessed first hand.
The politics of appeasement by the Congress has resulted in much bloodshed in the country
As the Indian state grapples with the Kashmir issue, a recent poll shows that peace is possible
A holistic land acquisition policy to protect farmers from penury has been long overdue
Irresponsible politics by Cong and the CPI(M) has put Keralaâ€™s secular traditions in danger
Better court management, efficient work distribution and curb on frivolous PILs can be starters
Todayâ€™s voter wants a piece of his MP in person and bothers little about the latterâ€™s official duties.