Millennium Post


The Fourth Coming

17 April 2021 6:11 PM GMT
As you read this, Delhi and Mumbai are again locked down after a few months of carelessly rejoicing on the streets and in clubs, pubs and restaurant. B...

Neighbours in common joy

20 March 2021 5:13 PM GMT
India's shared celebration highlights the importance it accords to its relation with Bangladesh, which can be taken to new heights by focusing on bright spots

The Nuclear Rush

20 Feb 2021 5:23 PM GMT
This is a bad headline, not because I am talking about possible annihilation, but only issues that touch my innards. An innate mid-week dialogue on the television slathered me, touching a chord. Worldwide, families are breaking apart at the altar of a changing world, full of material things

Coping with 'false alarms'

8 Nov 2020 1:19 AM GMT
Health-related anxiety is not uncommon following a recent illness but fixation on perfect 'numbers' of health is not helpful

Lost in power

31 Oct 2020 5:25 PM GMT
Much needed pollution norms for the coal-based power plants were globally appreciated but the government’s negligence in dealing with the problems in a timely manner turned it into an inglorious event

At the fringe

24 Oct 2020 5:21 PM GMT
A comparative look at the changing state of street vending policies in India and China in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Beyond the tragedy

3 Oct 2020 5:21 PM GMT
As the nation boils in indignation over the atrocity of the Hathras incident, the varied contexts and causes behind these crimes are often forgotten, discounting society’s role in preventing such tragedies

Filling the GAPS

12 Sep 2020 4:41 PM GMT
In a country where doctors and proper healthcare are not always accessible for every patient, telemedicine provides a way to extend the reach and capability of existing healthcare infrastructure in India

Waiting for the fluke

5 Sep 2020 4:38 PM GMT
People who promised us a COVID-19 vaccine in a few months are now detracting and backing off. After trying for a few months, they admit they are nowhere close to it. When and why did we throw in the towel?

Lost to history

29 Aug 2020 6:41 PM GMT
Remembering the ‘forgotten’ WW II era battles of Imphal and Kohima

Rediscovering 'myself'

29 Aug 2020 6:40 PM GMT
A personal account of the struggle in overcoming fear and uncertainty after being diagnosed with COVID-19

Crisis of credibility

8 Aug 2020 4:44 PM GMT
Shoddy pollution data remains a big concern even today when real-time monitoring is being used in Indian industries. Not only does it sow distrust among the industry, regulators and common public, it also slashes the Government's confidence to opt for self-monitoring regime
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