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Admiral who defended the nation and Constitution

Admiral Laxminarayan Ramdas made a difference wherever he was. His leadership shone regardless of the arena he was in.

Admiral Laxminarayan Ramdas was awarded a Vir Chakra for bravery in the 1971 war with Pakistan (PTI)(HT_PRINT)
Published on Mar 18, 2024 09:49 PM IST

Strongman Erdogan consolidates his grip

The Erdogan regime has a stranglehold over all major institutions, from the judiciary, police to the parliament, and is duly served by the Turkish media

Erdogan’s victory came after a run-off where he missed the 50% mark by a whisker, due to Kilicdaroglu, who came a close second(AFP)
Published on May 29, 2023 08:40 PM IST

Rajni Kumar: Educator who gave the Capital a new model

Rajni Kumar has passed into an eternal spring dale

New Delhi, India - 03 September 2013 - Mrs Rajni Kumar, Principal Springdale School, New Delhi in her office in New Dlehi, India September 03rd, 2013. (Photo by Jasjeet Plaha/Hindustan Times)
Published on Nov 11, 2022 12:25 AM IST

Ukraine invasion: The ramifications of war on Europe and Global South

The prices of oil and hydrocarbons will skyrocket and international supply chains will suffer. This will impact the Global South and Europeans.

But many in the world are now asking questions: If 14,000 people in this region of Ukraine have been killed between 2014 to now, what were the NATO allies doing so far? (AP)
Published on Feb 28, 2022 07:40 PM IST

Women are key drivers in Bangladesh’s rapid economic growth

It is more than clear that social trust and cohesion with women’s equity are well established as a necessary impetus for growth and sustainability

Bangladesh’s leadership has managed well in its role in the region and geopolitics (Shutterstock)
Updated on Dec 13, 2021 07:53 PM IST
ByAnuradha Chenoy

Measure India’s greatness through academic, cultural freedoms

If artists are made to feel insecure, if their work is threatened on the basis of rumours, when art is repressed, when books are burnt, when the whole country is made to follow a single text, then no good ideas or policies can emerge

A woman reacts to a protest organised by the Akhil Bharyiya Chatriya Mahasabha, Ranchi, Jharkhand, November 28 (Parwaz Khan/ HT)
Updated on Nov 30, 2017 07:22 PM IST
ByAnuradha Chenoy

Why Indian women are leaving the workforce

This exclusion of women has been reinforced by neo-liberal economic policies that led to an increase in inequality. In structural inequality, the already weak and excluded sections are impacted unequally. So as jobs decrease, women who are already less paid than men will be the first to lose jobs.

The ILO argues that to increase women in the workforce, comprehensive approaches such as improving access to education, skill and training programmes, access to child care, safe transportation, rules against sexual harassment, and a pattern of development that is inclusive and autonomous of political party intervention need to be put in place.(HT)
Updated on Oct 28, 2017 06:21 PM IST
ByAnuradha Chenoy

The decline of India’s universities is an attack on the young and nation

Indian universities can be revived if development is on our agenda. For this universities should be made accountable to the public.

The belief that the rot in universities comes from student politics is mistaken(HT Photo)
Updated on Nov 23, 2016 09:48 PM IST
ByAnuradha Chenoy

India should avoid Pakistan’s path to extremism

Politicised religion quickly descended into radicalisation and militancy in Pakistan. India should not go down that road

Young boys — victims of the Afghan conflicts — were adopted and schooled in Pakistani madrassas and trained to become lethal Talibs.(AFP)
Updated on May 16, 2016 01:20 PM IST
ByAnuradha Chenoy

The cow and motherhood: A nationalism made for men

Campaigns to protect the cow and attempts to venerate motherhood can serve to undermine the autonomy of women, writes Anuradha Chenoy

The symbolic motherhood attached to the cow is not necessarily wrong, but if this idea of the sacred becomes an instrument of exclusion and attacks those who do not conform to it, this sacred transforms into the profane.(REUTERS Photo)
Updated on Oct 21, 2015 10:55 PM IST
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