An era of Dravidian politics in Tamil Nadu may be over with the departure of two towering political figures – J Jayalalithaa and M Karunanidhi – in quick succession.
Science and religion often seem mutually exclusive. But researchers say both provide valid paths to knowledge and neural imaging is shedding light on the divide.
Key public sector enterprises, including SAIL and NTPC, will soon start selling their individual assets such as land and manufacturing units and funds realised thus would be invested in new project
An independent review of FDI into the country has ripped apart government claims of soaring fund flows from overseas.
There was hope and then there was despair. A familiar outcome when India plays cricket matches overseas. The 1st Test match at Edgbaston was no different. The setting was perfect for an India win.
DMK leader M Karunanidhi’s death signals the eclipse of the second generation of regional satraps, the ones who came after the likes of EVR Naicker, C Annadurai, Bidhan Roy and Sheikh Abdullah — th
Three issues - alleged ‘sense of insecurity amongst minorities’, draft National Register of Citizens (NRC) for Assam and legitimacy of Art 35 (A) of the Constitution are presently being used by the
The four legends of Tamil Nadu politics lay buried in Chennai’s Marina,beach. MG Ramachandran rests next to CN Annadurai.
Myth making can be very seductive, like a coquettish whisper in your ear, beckoning you to make a tryst with yet another urban legend.
The stage is set.