Government must use multiple instruments to resolve the growing burden of non-performing assets
Outrage over police assault on students is meaningless till it leads to disciplinary action
For the health, dignity and safety of women in slums, a comprehensive policy for the maintenance and construction of public toilets is needed.
International fleet review was a reminder of India’s naval imperative and the need to acknowledge it.
SP projects the former as a development icon, the latter plays on caste.
The RBI has taken steps to address bad debts. It is time government chipped in with structural reforms
There is little that is ‘swadeshi’ about resistance to GMO mustard. In fact, it fits into the Make in India framework
Like the 100-crore Bollywood film, IPL is entertaining but illogical
We have turned our back to the intense food and drinking water distress across states
Strategies anchored in incubators fail to foster entrepreneurship
Existing regime of film censorship is unconstitutional and violative of the right to freedom of speech and expression. The proposed revamp has a limited remit.
With the Supreme Court now lies the power not just to set right the Section 377 wrong, but to recognise another fundamental right
PM Oli has been lucky, but his political survival looks uncertain
Inflation expectations are rising, and investment is sliding. That’s the challenge the budget must address
BJP will need an astute alliance to make a mark in the Tamil Nadu assembly polls
MGNREGA was never about “digging pits”; nor is it a “monument to failure”. As Mr Modi has made a meal of his words, the time has come to convert the programme into one that will create “durable assets” and become a “monument to social justice”
In Washington on his first visit as Prime Minister, Narendra Modi told an audience of businessmen that he saw no reason why India had continued to remain a poor country.
The victory of the Mahagathbandhan (MGB) in Bihar is colouring the hopes and strategies in this year’s elections.
Indians need to take drastic action to end racism against black Africans. We can’t be behaving like animals toward foreigners in our country.
In his biography The Z Factor, television mogul Subhash Chandra has been extraordinarily candid about his past.