The Statesman (India)
NEW DELHI (The Statesman/ ANN) - Till we reform our institutions, we cannot come out of the bottom of the happiness table. To bring a smile to every face we have to rebuild our social capital which would have us addressing the five main issues which have eroded social trust
NEW DELHI (The Statesman/ANN News Desk) - An estimated 1.2 million Rohingyas, most of whom live in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, have long been targets of government discrimination.
NEW DELHI (The Statesman/ANN) - This is a time of flux when parallel plans for expanded regional cooperation are taking shape. How these various initiatives relate to each other, and how far various national concepts of cooperation can be reconciled, is something that needs to be assessed. Events are moving rapidly and the requirements of trans-border cooperation have become more pressing. It would be helpful even at this early stage to see how much common ground can be found between the various current proposals in the run-up to the BIMSTEC Summit later this year
AMRITSAR, India (The Statesman/ANN) - An archive of relics and exhibits chronicling the trauma and the realities of the 1947 Partition oped to people in Amritsar in Punjab on Thursday
NEW DELHI (The Statesman/ANN) - Such skirmishes - pelting of stones between the Indian and Chinese soldiers - were never seen before at the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and any dispute was resolved peacefully by showing banners.
NEW DELHI (The Statesman/ANN) To uphold and actualize New India, is to function on a hollow default-mode, which cannot be acceptable any more. If major re-engineering is in the works — unobstrusively — that‘s good news. If not, it will probably mean more of the same old failed practice of foisting an unrealistically hefty raft of additional schemes and programmes on an already overburdened — and by many accounts — a somewhat dispirited and bruised bureaucracy, uncertain of its own role in the post-2022 New India