“We Must Intensify Efforts To Tap
Non-Conventional Energy Sources”
The debate over the 123 agreement with
the United States has generated much
Q&a: 'It's Important To Make Films For
He came into the movie industry to
make music, but ended up making films
that have become a talking point in
and outside India.
Of Music Mores And More
Santoor maestro Bhajan Sopori, just
conferred the highest civilian award
of Jammu and Kashmir, talks about
carrying forward the musical legacy of
Q&a: 'Globalisation Is Reducing
Sovereignty Of Nation States'
Anthony Giddens is a sociologist and a
member of the House of Lords.
"This Is No Time For The Naive"
Don't know and tough to guess. What
happened on Wednesday following the
regulatory change will have some
impact on the inflows over time.
The Type Of War Being Fought In The
Frontiers Is Not Our War: Asad Durrani
The former ISI chief,Asad Durrani, on
the situation in the NWFP, talks with
the Taliban, and the challenges before
the new army chief.
Q&a: 'Patchy Approach To Education
Can't Make Us A Global Player'
Former director of the Indian
Institute of Sciences (IISc),
Bangalore, Goverdhan Mehta is the
current chairman of the National
Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Of Magic And Mythology
“When I came to
I thought there would be magicians
everywhere. But it was all so modern.
‘In The Tulsidas Ramayan, Sita Is Not
Ram’S Wife But His Sister. Only In The
Valmiki Ramayan Is She His Wife’
Do you think that, over the last 10-15
years, coalition politics has been the
antidote to the poison of separatism?
‘Whether You Are Democrat Or Dictator,
On The Left Or Right, Exclusion Will
Sooner Or Later Destabilise You’
When in the year 2000, Hernando de
Soto came up with his magnum opus The
Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism
Triumphs in the West and Fails
Everywhere Else, . . . . .