The Ganga is a persona alright, but a haggard ecological entity
A video clip draws attention to a Shiv Sena MP’s grotesque sense of entitlement, an ordinary citizen’s sense of fairplay
At a crucial moment in India’s political history, Supreme Court yet again refuses to compromise
Police squads checking on couples violate citizens’ rights and dignity. Is this the New India PM spoke of after UP triumph?
Live streaming of sexual violence raises disturbing questions that have to do with law enforcement and public morality
A steady war of attrition continues. There must be no letting down of guard, or complacency
Tells us not to weep, despite fifty shades of grey
Turkish president’s attempts to carve out an executive presidency for himself are chartacterised by low farce
Drastic changes to coastal governance rules do not adequately address livelihood and ecological concerns
CJI offer of an out-of-court settlement in Ayodhya case is an abdication of judicial responsibility
Union of Vodafone and Idea, good news for the data-hungry consumer, could pose long-term regulatory challenges
Measuring joy makes little sense as it escapes before you can count on it
As the Janata Party-led combination won an absolute majority, 10 more results, all in its favour came in rapid succession from UP
Governments indulge demands for quotas from dominant groups like Jats because it helps them evade the real issues
New Manipur government has done well to convince UNC to lift its blockade. It must now balance competing demands
Derek Walcott inspired many by celebrating the here, the now
The Janata Party, almost sweeping the Congress off the political scene in the North, acquired a commanding position when it raced past the ruling party in New Delhi.
Yogi Adityanath as CM is a brazen rebuttal of what the PM himself said his mandate meant. So what next?
Integration of Gilgit-Baltistan into Pak federation could be a step in the right direction for Pakistan. And for Kashmir
At least 17 people were killed in savage riots in the city, eye-witnesses reported.
“The opposition parties are also trying to make capital out of the family planning programme by spreading rumours of alleged excesses,” Indira Gandhi said.
Netherlands poll outcome points to resistance to far-right spread in Europe. But its growth is still worrying
The new national health policy has few solutions to offer to the pressing problems of healthcare
Congress needs to rework its pact with its first family. The party needs to stand up and begin asking questions
Forty years ago today.
Pakistan’s sixth census is little more than a headcount, but it could still have important political consequences.
Vandals target a film — and are rewarded by the state. Rajasthan CM Raje is answerable.
BJP expands its footprint in the Northeast, shoring up its status as the polity’s dominant pole.
Mayawati attempts to turn away from message on the poll wall: She needs to step up to change, re-invent her politics.
His is a great achievement and a generous mandate. The burden of expectations is also on him.
Because when Barcelona play, it’s never over till it’s over.
AIIMS does well to revoke its insensitive decision on special counters for VIP referrals.
The Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016, is welcome. More needs to be done.
MS University, a fine institution, should know that there is no such thing as nationalist science.
Life imprisonment verdict for G.N. Saibaba and others for links with Maoists raises questions.
Success of Indian Institute of Science in global surveys holds lessons for the country’s university system.