New Delhi: He said it should be made clear to the world that today's India has the capability and will to respond at a level that the nation deems appropriate.
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Dhanush Sends Legal Notice To Couple Claiming To Be His Parents
Actor Dhanush has sent a legal notice to a Madurai-based couple who claimed he is their biological son.
Talks With India On Ukraine Will Be Straightforward, Says US NSA
PM Narendra Modi, who is going to attend the Quad summit in Japan on Tuesday, is most likely to participate in the launch of US President Joe Biden's Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF) initiative.
Why GoI Can Resume Wheat Exports
Third advance estimates show stocks are comfortable. Bonus for farmers will increase procurement
Consolation win for Punjab Kings
Liam Livingstone took a stunning catch in the field to get rid of Abhishek Sharma and continued his good work with the willow as Punjab Kings defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad by five wickets in the last league match of the IPL.
Thompson-Herah claims surprise win
Kingston (Jamaica): Olympic sprint queen Elaine Thompson-Herah bagged a surprise 100m victory at a meeting in Kingston on Saturday, two days after scratching from this weekend's Birmingham Diamond League meeting with a shoulder injury.
Infosys extends CEO Parekh's tenure by 5 yrs
The Infosys board has reappointed Salil Parekh as CEO and MD for a five-year period effective July 1.
The Meaning Of Nikhat Zareen In Today's India
A punch against patriarchy, but her pluckiness is also a message of hope for young Muslims
Time stands still on clock tower restoration work
The multilingual clock tower attached to the deodi of Raja Rai Rayan at Shah Ali Banda in the old city is yet to be restored.
Chandrayangutta flyover repair work hits traffic flow
The traffic police in the Old City are facing a tough time to regulate and decongest vehicular traffic at the Chandrayangutta area.
Farmers have strength to change govts, says KCR
Both T, Delhi CMS Urge Farmers To Launch New Stir
Nigerian Projects Stall as Chinese Loans Dry Up
President Buhari's legacy could be marred by Beijing's waning appetite for costly public works abroad
FOOD FOR Thought
All about food
THE TREE OF Life and Fertility
DR. V. RAMAKANTHA shares some insights into the science, history and mythology of the Banyan tree, also known as the Bengal Fig or Indian Fig. The Banyan is one of those mythical trees that has had an important place in the life and history of the people of India since ancient times. It is also home to many species of birds, animals, and epiphytic plants.
East Meets West
KALYANI ADUSUMILLI grew up in a minority group in the United States, straddling cultures, learning how to fit in, and later learning how to accept the traditions of her heritage. Today, she is watching her children going through the same process, shifting their cultural identity, as they head toward adulthood in the melting pot of a multicultural society.
The End of China's Bulk-Buying Boom
A distinctive form of e-commerce is in free fall after a shift in attitude in Beijing
China's Stimulus Won't Bail Out the World
The drag from lockdowns will largely cancel any boost from new spending
ON JAPAN'S FRONT LINES
Dispatches from Asia's new Cold War
NILANGANA BANERJEE: 2 series The 'Selves' | The Lullaby
The series Selves aims to artistically represent the psychological conflicts we face when we weigh ourselves based on socially determined of what is ideal and where we stand with the distorted and one-size that fits all defined.
The Cost of Covid Zero Keeps Rising
China's economy hasn't been in this bad a shape since the start of the pandemic
Why We Are Not Responsible Toward the Environment
DR. ICHAK ADIZES is an expert in change management for organizations. Here he shares some of the reasons why companies are not changing their actions in relation to the environment, even though everyone knows we are facing an environmental crisis. He also offers simple solutions that will bring change.