Sedition law cannot be used against honest views, expressed peacefully.
India’s dependence on China for medicine ingredients is a matter of concern.
India has supported some human rights causes and ignored others.
Harish Gupta case involves questions about the very nature of governmental decision-making.
OP Jaisha, the marathon runner, claimed that she had received no water from Indian officials along the route of the marathon, leading to her collapse at the finishing line.
Let’s celebrate the successes of Sindhu, Sakshi and Dipa. Let’s begin to pay more attention to sports at the ground level.
Quibbling over Rohith Vemula’s Dalit-ness is an attempt to deny the reality and resonance of his story.
‘Yes Minister’ presented the politician as the underdog and made us sympathise with him.
The tension between the executive and judiciary could play out in creative, or destructive, ways
Mental Health Bill tries to address complex issues, but it’s a work in progress
Prime Minister Modi’s recent statements could help end the troubled region’s long international isolation.
Attacks on Dabholkar, Pansare and Kalburgi outline the challenge. That their voice lives on gives reason to hope.
I stand by my remarks. I see no reason to withdraw them or apologise.
PM reaches out, puts Kashmiri people front and centre. Why is home minister inviting “Muslims” for talks on Kashmir?
Dealing with vector-borne diseases requires monitoring systems far more sophisticated than those used so far
Pakistan cricket team’s rise to the No 1 spot in the ICC Test rankings is a spectacular achievement
Cow protection, paradoxically, poses a threat to the BJP’s project of Hindu unity.
The government needs to distinguish between crooked NGOs and genuine ones.
India’s quest for Olympic medals is hampered by history and geography. We need to concentrate on events where our strength lies.
Delhi’s Look East policy has to contend with Beijing, seen to be a more reliable partner for Nepal and Myanmar in development projects.
India’s e-commerce industry is ripe for consolidation, which isn’t a bad thing even for consumers.
Instead of waiting for talent to appear, we must create a national sports culture.
Baloch nationalists have always wished to be treated as an entity separate from Pakistan. Prime Minister Modi’s statements have granted us that recognition.
Nationalism and consumerism are blinding India and Pakistan to the benefits of a collaborative relationship
Replacing PDS with cash transfers will weaken social protections.
Prime Minister Modi’s I-Day speech signals a risk-laden shift in India’s Pakistan policy.