Faiz Ahmad Faiz's poem translated by Vineet Kapoor Dean (Chitkara University).
"Social media warriors, please stop. If you want war, go to the front," widow of Sq.Ldr. Ninad Mandavgane was quoted as saying by news agency IANS.
Adm. Phil S. Davidson said the Sri Lankan navy is a well-trained and professional force with the potential to contribute to multi-lateral maritime interoperability in the Indian Ocean.
Chinese tourists are worried over reports that India has less public toilets
Research of more than 1.3 million social media posts found the Asian city is the location travelers most want to take a picture of, followed by Yokohama in Japan and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in Uganda.
It’s important to ask ourselves where we stand in the light of the life of the Lord Jesus Christ born today. Are we still bogged down in the swamp of human power, pleasure, privileged, high positions and other vices like lust even as we profess to be committed followers of one religion or another? Are we protectors and defenders of...
With an avowedly secular government in place at long last, Christians in Muslim-majority Pakistan are preparing to celebrate Christmas with unprecedented gaiety, reports say. Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that no load-shedding would take place across the country on Tuesday to enable Christians to celebrate Christmas.
“While everyone is still not over the celebrations of #DeepVeer, we at Mohsin Naveed Ranjha present to you the cover for Filmfare Magazine, featuring the heartthrob, Ranveer Singh!” a post from them said.
Sri Lanka's Executive and the Legislature seem to be heading for a head-on clash when parliament meets on November 14 as per a Presidential proclamation. Speaker Karu Jayasuriya said on Monday he will not recognize the new government sworn in by President Maithripala Sirisena recently until it proves its majority in Parliament. The Speaker also declared that he will summon...
South Asia’s multi-religious countries, namely India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, started off with a noble wish to be ‘secular’ and keep religion out of the business of the State.But it did not take long for all the three South Asian States to regress from secularism and begin to be overly influenced by the majority religious community.