Talk is cheap. The social media has exploded with demands for war. When these noises were called out, the shallow souls backtracked saying it was an expression of anguish. The Internet warriors quickly branded anyone who pointed to the futility of war as a libtard (an abusive combination of liberals
As millennial children get deeper into the best phase of their career, India begins to change. The new aspirational India is beginning to practise in part the western culture of living in the present. A lot of Indians having travelled and seen the rest of the world want to shore
At 52,813 its population is far less than that of T Nagar in Chennai. But its contribution to the state is substantial. Home to a water dam, power generation plants, chemical manufacture, specialty steel making and once aluminum production, Mettur is a cross between a large village and a small
Tamil Nadu has been the home to chemical industry for several years, spread across Mettur, Tuticorin, Manali, Ranipet and Cuddalore. However, the industry did not expand in a big way. Actually, with three major ports, 16 minor ports and hundreds of industrial parks, there is a large scope for expansion.
With an incredible defeat the NDA needs to rethink on what its realities are.
It was the muffler man who first showed that the much-hyped stranglehold of Modi-Shah can be broken. So decisive was his win that a headline writer at Times of India came out with sheer beauty, “Wall to
When I think of statues, I think of Mayawati, the four-time chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. She spent the state coffers in setting up her larger than life casts, and you couldn’t call it outstanding.
I must thank Modi for helping me shift my focus. We now have the Statue of
There is an urgent need to alter the way students learn and teachers teach engineering. Mandatory internship in industry, and compulsory pre-course orientation for students, plus a certification course for new teachers are a must. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman AICTE, is pushing for big change.
For India to grow, we must have
Virtual Assistants, like Alexa, will soon dominate the world and become as ubiquitous as e-mail.
At Amazon, Alexa’s birthplace, a large multi-cultural, multi-functional team works to ensure that the ‘lady’ comes out as a human being! Who wants to talk to a computer? People want to talk to a human. If
Recently, in the city of Amravati, petrol price did the unthinkable: it crossed L K Advani’s age. Nonagenarian ‘petrol’ should soon hit a hundred and shortly after, a double ton. Only after that, it should be allowed to settle down. Let me tell you.
First up, our heart bleeds for petrol
Every tragedy, whatever the cause, calls for united action. Kerala saw this year, what Chennai had seen three years ago: unprecedented floods. Something like this had last happened in God’s own country far back in 1924. To get an idea of time, 1924 is the year M Karunanidhi was born.