EDITORIAL

How supportive are you of someone with Alzheimer’s disease?

Sabrina Almeida January is Alzheimer’s Awareness month in Canada, a time dedicated to learning more about dementia and its impact on affected individuals, their families...

Dhangri killings: Terror-aiding network continues to loom over J&K (Column: FairPoint)

The security system in J&K cannot be judged on the basis of one or a few incidents, said Union Home Minister Amit Shah in...

India: The flavour of the season (IANS Column: B-Town)

Indian films, Hindi as well as regional, enjoy a certain overseas market. But that is limited to the Indian diaspora settled across various countries....

The new age is eroding the capacity to think (Column: Spy’s Eye)

Human beings have been given the rare gift of 'discretion' which can be defined as the 'pause' one makes to allow for application of...

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions?

By Sabrina Almeida Are you among the few of us that still make New Year’s resolutions? They’ve become so unpopular over the years that one risks...

Bashar al-Assad, a pariah no more

Russia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have initiated plans to start talks with Syrian President Basher Al-Assad, an unthinkable step till date,...

A scam called film reviews (IANS Column: B-Town)

Film critics too can have a history. Really? Of course they do and it is a long one. Not surprisingly, it is a chequered...

India for world peace (Column: Spy’s Eye)

One of the great foreign policy feats of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is that he stood upfront on the military conflict between Russia and...