ARUN BHATNAGAR

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Not everything under control between New Delhi and Dhaka

The Indian side would surely have taken due note of Bangladesh’s overriding concern that the livelihoods of millions of her...

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Nanaji Deshmukh: The spirit lives on

The country has an example eminently worthy of emulation in Chandikadas Amritrao (Nanaji) Deshmukh, who was influenced by Bal Gangadhar...

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Girija Shankar Bajpai: A man to remember

Girija Shankar Bajpai, ICS is one of the few public servants and top diplomats to live on in public memory...

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Apostle of amity, Deshbandhu could have stopped Partition

The worst hit by Das’ untimely demise was Subhas Bose. He was left without an anchor and a pillar of...

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This too shall pass

Competent handling of the crisis will enhance the country’s stature. The title is inspired by a phrase attributed to Abraham...

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Endgame of ageing Congress?

Jyotiraditya’s departure unequivocally signifies that the awe and fear once inspired by the First Family-centric Congress high command are quickly...

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Montek book bound to evoke interest

New Delhi: Dr Manmohan Singh’s picture does not appear on the cover of this important book by a distinguished writer...

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Book on Menon is well researched

It is seldom that a considerably junior member of any family, a grandchild (or great grandchild) might take up the...

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Congress’ First Family losing hold

As much as the resounding defeat in the Delhi elections of February 2020, it is the aftermath of that disastrous...

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PM Modi’s second term much tougher than first

Structural reforms, transformative changes and course-correction needed.     After his massive mandate, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s focus has turned...

It was the Indian Civil Service that kept Pak going in the early years

An overriding majority of the top administrators in the British Raj and, subsequently, in (undivided) Pakistan and India had their...