Editorial

TNI Analysis: Nitin Gadkari, Victim Of Calumny

The latest victim of the campaign of calumny has been the Union Minister for surface transport and highways, Nitin Gadkari.

It’s Introspection, Course Correction Time For Indian Intellectuals

For Indian intellectuals and their fraternity in civil society, it is time for in-depth self-introspection of their past and ongoing omission and commission, and to go for long due course correction. We, ordinary Indians, humbly and sincerely hope you, major stakeholders in the country’s all-round development story, won’t fail to recognize your foolishness anymore. India …

EDITORIAL: BJP Allowed Nitish Kumar To Leave NDA

History often repeats itself and this adage fits the current state of affairs in Bihar. Nitish Kumar, perhaps the longest serving Chief Minister of Bihar has once again parted ways with Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) only to form an alliance with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) of Lalu Prasad Yadav. Nitish Kumar snapped all ties with …

Ryan School Murder Case: How To Assess Bholu’s Culpability?

  On 8th September 2017, a class II student was found murdered with his throat slit inside a washroom of the Ryan International School at Bhondsi in Haryana’s Gurugram. After the case came into the media limelight, it was transferred to CBI. The premier investigating agency did commendable work and apprehended the accused who turned …

EDITORIAL: Zawahiri’s Killing Too Late, Too Little

It took the CIA, supposedly the most competent intelligence agency in the world, 21 years to search and kill al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri, the biggest ideologue of Islamist terrorism and mastermind of the 9/11 terror attacks. The Egyptian physician-turned-terrorist, Zawahiri was knocked off in a US drone strike in Afghanistan on July 31. The ailing …

A Crisis Brews In The Western Camp

The US Ambassador to Georgia has been trying hard to drag Georgia into the Ukrainian crisis to take the West’s side. This has been under two assumptions: 1. Georgia does not enjoy a good relationship with Russia post 2008 Georgian War; and 2. The EU had promised Georgia candidate status in the Union. One naturally …

EDITORIAL: India Taken Over By Rioters?

The Narendra Modi government has a problem. Ever since it cut Pakistan’s “jugular vein” by revoking the special status of Jammu & Kashmir within the Indian constitution, India has been continuously under attack. The image which has been continually flashed across platforms in the last three years is – India taken over by rioters. While …