Tension in South Asia

TANVEER AHMED comments on India, Pakistan and Bangladesh's turbulent and entwined history, and its simmering tensions

Conditioned childhood

Children are put under undue pressure to successfully perform, to fulfill the aspirations of their parents, writes TANVEER AHMED

Well-being as seen from the East and West

Jogging, swimming and emptying your mind towards health, writes NOEL G DE SOUZA

The threat of home-grown terrorism

PAWAN LUTHRA's Editorial on terrorism that is a bit closer to home

Its all about perspective?

We should mourn the loss of precious human life no matter where in the world tragedy occurs, reports RITAM MITRA

Confiscation of savings leads to panic in Europe

As Europe still flounders in the mire of the GFC, it seems evident that the Euro experiment is a dismal failure, writes NOEL G DE SOUZA

Trusting your instincts

Are Eastern civilisations more structured around the instinctive rather than the intellectual? Asks PAWAN LUTHRA

A Third World Pope!

The newly elected Pontiff has a large and challenging agenda as he defends the Church from various detractors, thinks NOEL G DESOUZA

Climatic emergencies are becoming frequent

With each passing year, the consequences of climate change become more obvious and serious by NOEL G de SOUZA There appear to be ever-continuing problems of bush fires and flooding in Australia. These are leading to...

A civilisational rivalry

Observations on India and China in the modern world by TANVEER AHMED During a recent trip to Beijing for a work related event, I was lucky enough to meet the Indian ambassador to China, Dr...