Television and Radio are Changing India

Shivaji Sarkar* The radio and television are change agents for India. The radio when started in late 1920s was a surprise. Its access, broadcast and listening, was limited but still it made waves. It won the hearts as Calcutta (Kolkata) Radio station broadcast an early dawn music programme of Mahishasurmardini, […]

Holding the Earth above us

*Ratnadeep Banerji What is our earth like? What all does she hold? What is going to be the future of earth? And how should humans act with the elements of earth? Our mother earth is undergoing upheavals in a tremendous way following heightened aspirations of human civilization. Above all, the […]

Power sector lights up; LED bulbs in vogue

by Neeraj Bajpai* LED bulbs are slowly but steadily making inroads in middle class families. Special stalls were pitched recently in the government offices complex in New Delhi and people, flaunted ID proof and latest power bill, to purchase LED bulbs at a highly subsidised price. “For us LED bulbs […]

The rise and fall of an empire :SIR VIVIAN RICHARDS

Exclusive Column by Sir Vivian Richards One of the most aggressive and destructive batsmen ever to play the game, Sir Vivian Richards won the ICC Cricket World Cup in 1975 and 1979 with the West Indies. He played in the 1983 final and captained the side in the 1987 World […]