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President of India will confer the National Awards to the organizations and the individuals who have shown exemplary contribution in the field of Drug Prevention on 26th ...

by : FnF Correspondent

While Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has made a lot of noise over the issue of PM Narendra Modi's degree, he has now himself landed in trouble after a website claimed that...

by : FnF Desk

So, the Brits have decided to say goodbye to the European Union (EU) and choose independence' even though it meant risking their political and economic future. O...

by : FnF Desk

Is BJP ignoring the middle class? Yes, Modi doesn't want to be another Vajpayee

by : Sreemoy Talukdar

An outstanding communicator who could take holders of divergent views along in managing a difficult coalition, Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a prime minister sans pareil. But despite his sagacity, all-enco...

Kamat withdraws resignation; claims Cong 'best platform to serve people'

by : Fnf desk

On Thursday senior Congress leader Gurudas Kamat withdrew his resignation, days after he had parted his way from the party because of 'personal reasons'. Speaking to media persons, he said ...

This is pure hypocrisy: Shiv Sena on BJP-RSS' iftar

by : Fnf desk

The Shiv Sena has once again hit out at its alliance partner in Mahasrashtra and found fault in the BJP-RSS' plan to hold an iftar party on July 2.This is pure hypocrisy from BJP-RSS. They used t...


China no barrier to India's NSG, says Chinese daily

by : FnF Desk

China is no barrier to India's NSG membership, says a leading state-run Chinese daily even as it clubbed India and Pakistan together in their quest for membership to the elite nuclear club, sayin...

Egypt court says 'no' to transfer of Red Sea islands to Saudi

by : FnF Desk

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. The highest administrative court in Cairo declared void a maritime border accord with Saudi Arabia, which wo...

Without identity: Hindu migrants from Pakistan live on hope

by : FnF Desk

In a settlement of 30 rickety huts near Majnu ka Tilla in north Delhi, Hindu refugees from Pakistan are waiting for a change. And that change is possible when they receive the Aadhaar cards as has bee...

International Yoga Day

New York celebrates Yoga Day with 'Mind over Madness'

by : Arul Louis

As the NASDAQ was zooming up 69 points on microsecond transactions at 11 a.m. on Monday, outside in front of the stock exchange building on Times Square, peace and calm wafted among the thousands of y...

Military- yogi connection makes perfect sense

by : Monali Biswas

Attending International Yoga Day at Delhi Cantonment Parade Ground on June 21, reminded me of few questions that were often asked to an army wife who is a yoga teacher. ...

Embrace yoga to age gracefully, say experts

by : FnF Desk

Yoga won't give you immortality but this ancient discipline of bringing union between the body, mind and spirit can definitely help you fight age - both physical and mental, say health and wellne...


With Raghuram Rajan exiting, here is what India loses and academia gain

by : Mohandas Pai

Dr Raghuram Rajan is going back to academia - from whence he came. He goes back disappointing those who respected him, with affection and hopes that he would open up our financial system and liberate ...

Now 100% FDI in most sectors, including defence: PM Modi reviewed and cleared

by : FnF Correspondent

The Union government on Monday radically liberalised the FDI regime by permitting 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) under government approval route for almost every sector, including defenc...

Bhattacharya, Gokarn, Das being considered for RBI chief post

by : FnF Correspondent

Looking to finalise RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's successor at the earliest, government is considering SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya, former RBI deputy governor Subir Gokarn and Economic Affai...


Echoing the legacy of Kabir in the contemporary music space

by : Ankit Sinha

Few poets in the country have been as influential as the 15th-century mystic Kabir. His poetry, written in vernacular Hindi, borrowed elements from various dialects like Avadhi, Braj and Bhojpuri and ...

More than 30 million people watch 'Mohenjo Daro' trailer

by : FnF Desk

The trailer of Hrithik Roshan-starrer 'Mohenjo Daro' was viewed by as many as 30 million people worldwide on channels across Star Networks. This is the first time Star Networks has extended ...

'Akira' gets new release date, to hit screens on September 2

by : FnF Correspondent

Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who intially said that her next film 'Akira' will release on September 23, has taken to micro-blogging site Twitter to say the AR Murugadoss directorial will now rele...

Human Interest

What's wrong with Indian government, ask animal lovers

by : Kushagra Dixit

Notwithstanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for conservation and to project India's eco-sensitive stance, the government's call for culling of 'vermin' animals has cau...

Daily stress can kill your sex life: Experts

by : Vivek Singh Chauhan

Regular stress can not just hamper your peace of mind, affect sleep and weaken your immunity, but prolonged periods of high stress and anxiety can increase blood pressure and cholesterol levels, leadi...

Yoga is not in conflict with any religion or belief system

by : Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

As we look forward to celebrating the 2nd International Yoga Day, we must understand yoga in totality. Yoga is one of the greatest wealths of humankind. ...

Editor's Blog

Odd and Even Delhi: When there's a will there's a way

by : Priti Prakash

Bringing down pollution in Delhi being the main concern behind the odd even scheme it is to be kept ...

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Bloggers Spot

Car Free Day in Gurgaon: A perspective from Mahatma Gandhi

by : Satya Narayan Sahu

Proliferation of cars in our towns and cities has caused unending problems such as pollution of air,...

Conduct Rules for whom?

by : Rajeshwar Singal

This may sound like a dilemma, but it is not far from truth. Conduct Rules are meant to govern condu...

Dengue or crop failure, concern of climate alert

by : Sunita Narain

What does farmer's despair over crop failure have in common with dengue fever, which is ravaging Del...

Common Man and Judicial System

by : Ravi Kishore

Today every one is talking about judicial accountability i.e. how the whole system of judiciary is t...

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