Issue is not just the fate of Tatas. A letter like Mistry’s could deepen the credibility crisis of Indian capitalism.
The transgender rights bill dilutes the private member’s bill passed by Rajya Sabha.
Diverse myths around the festival underpin Hinduism’s openness, pluralism and historically tolerant ‘live and let live’ ethos
The debate on polygamy and gender justice is more complicated than it is made out to be
The washing of dirty linen in public by the house of Tatas should be a wake-up call for India Inc and government.
PMO’s instruction to Niti Aayog to prepare plans to reduce dependence on China for bulk drugs may have come too late.
In the age of celebrity, the bodyguard looms ominously large.
By brokering a face-saver for MNS, Devendra Fadnavis has shown himself as a CM afraid of a bully
Pak PM would do well to study the past before choosing Raheel Sharif’s successor.
India’s probable abstention from UN negotiations for nuclear disarmament would be a lost chance
In 2015, the UGC announced a choice-based credit system. Though this made higher education options more flexible, it was controversial because of other reasons.
What general news channels could learn from business news anchors
Government must be alert that the targeting of schools could create another lost generation in the Valley.
Delhi government’s Yamuna turnaround plan ticks some boxes, but isn’t comprehensive enough to restore its health.
First Man Booker for an American writer —and a great American novel.
In the long run, the rift within SP may make space for a clearer leadership and direction in the party.
Mohalla sabhas could have been the first line of defence in Delhi’s health crisis.
So-called landfills do not address the problems of solid waste management.
Government-mandated interruptions are rising. Economic and social costs are huge.
Cyrus Mistry’s unseating comes at a troubled time for the group and economy. It is important to ensure quick closure.
Chhattisgarh police must ensure prompt, visible action against those in the force who burned effigies of politicians, activists.
Christopher Marlowe is credited for co-writing three Shakespeare plays. Now we can love more than one bard.
Voter has a right to know how a party she has voted for will manage leadership transition in the family.
Indian intervention ensured a balance between climate concerns and economic needs.
Bihar’s prohibition pushes ‘bottom-up capitalism’, targets criminals and wastage.
China has tapped into anti-American sentiments in Asia to develop alternatives to US-led institutions in the region.
Bravado has overtaken the sense of sobriety that BJP should have shown after the surgical strikes