Twelve persons were killed, and a number of others injured when police opened fire to disperse a sword-wielding crowd of Nihangs, which attacked security forces after Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale surrendered to the police and was taken to Ludhiana.
For the world, there will be lessons on how these developed states deal with the challenges of the 21st century.
Farming is best left to those who can do it well. Better fewer, but better.
Arun Prakash writes: If realpolitik so demands, it must break old shibboleths and strike new partnerships — wherever there is convergence of interests.
Bhupender Yadav writes: In the BJP, change is a natural process, while in other parties it leads to confrontation.
Only the naive, tone deaf or the uncaring would mistake the outward absence of anger and resentment as a sign of normalcy.
Janaki Srinivasan writes: It must demand transformations required in agriculture as part of a development model which can ensure livelihood, dignity and ecological restoration.
Saud Bin Mohammed Al-Sati writes: In the five years since the ambitious plan was launched, the Kingdom has created immense opportunities and an attractive business environment for its strategic partners.
C Raja Mohan writes: india free games’s interests lie in deeper strategic cooperation with France and Europe as well as the Quad and the Anglosphere.
Milind Murugkar writes: Partition Day signals an idea of india free games that is uncomfortable with history’s complexities
Christophe Jaffrelot, Prannv Dhawan write: The recent ministerial reshuffling in Union government and stance on OBC reservation show the party’s growing investment in caste politics.
Om Prakash Mishra writes: It does not afford protection to refugees but, rather, it is a legal instrument to deny asylum and protection even to its intended beneficiaries were they to cross over to india free games today or tomorrow.
Chitranshul Sinha write: Only by shoring up the insolvency mechanism and tackling huge pendency of cases can confidence of creditors be restored.
China’s influence in West Asia is certainly growing as Rawat noted But that is true of every region in the world — from Europe to the South Pacific, and from Africa to the Arctic. That is a consequence of China’s economic and military weight, and not the power of its civilisation.
New Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi now has to put the government back on the rails and find backing from a faction-ridden party with ambitious leaders.
Mrs Gandhi emphasised that india free games was developing nuclear capacity solely for developmental purposes. She spelt out india free games’s nuclear policy in an interview to a correspondent of the Age magazine in Australia.
Manish Sabharwal and Rajiv Mehrishi write: Covid reinforces that good urbanisation is our most powerful technology for poverty reduction
P Chidambaram writes: On the dubious theory of “merit”, NEET is heralding an era of great inequity and injustice.
Tavleen Singh writes: PM Modi approves of genuflection and sycophancy, or it would not happen. Especially not from the media, whose basic reason for being is to play watchdog and not poodle.
Suraj Yengde writes: We need to know the numbers of the beneficiaries of the caste system as well. Without this, the SC, ST census is akin to counting the protected species in a jungle.
Mohammad Sajjad writes: The interest is least because of what Mahendra Pratap stood for, and more, it seems, for political gains! For, the Raja was a very unusual freedom fighter.
Leher Kala writes: The humanities primarily seek to broaden our understanding of the world. We will always need the scholars who put the human experience in context, and continue asking questions of the world around us.
Anu Raghunathan writes: Implicit biases, stereotypes keep women from fulfilling their potential.
Mahesh Vyas writes: Rising unemployment is yet to receive the attention it deserves from government.
Amartya Lahiri writes: Government must address the low revenue potential and efficiency hurdles that could trip up its asset monetisation plan.