Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014
September 24, 201412:40 am

Claims Sudipta Sen also met MP Suvendu Adhikari.

September 24, 201412:38 am

The bypoll results reflect trends that appear to be of a “certain significance” and show a decline for BJP.

September 24, 201412:33 am

America is powerful but China is a neighbour that is rising rapidly and has territorial claims against India.

September 24, 201412:30 am

Modi could look beyond Ahmedabad for a template for Swachh Bharat.

September 24, 201412:23 am

It will be the economist, not democracy, who cuts down to size Pak’s Imran-Qadri duo.

September 24, 201412:22 am

The onus is on Barack Obama to resolve the trust deficit between India and the US.

September 24, 201412:16 am

Power-sharing pact allows for a democratic transition. But Afghanistan needs more than just that.

September 24, 201412:09 am

President Xi’s strategy of seeking enhanced friendship in the backdrop of a border standoff looks set to continue.

September 24, 201412:06 am

State government’s proposed RTE amendments draw attention to limits of an input-centric approach.

September 23, 201412:58 am

‘Mandolin’ Shrinivas’s mentor in his early days in Chennai remembers the genius.

September 23, 201412:46 am

Notes on the etiquette of gifting, lending and spotting books.

September 23, 20148:06 am

But India must know that correcting its trade imbalance with China is wishful thinking.

September 23, 20148:07 am

India needs a roadmap for gas pricing reform.

September 23, 201412:32 am

Modi’s success with China, US depends on ability to bring economics to the centre.

September 23, 201412:30 am

Emma Watson is a feminist and not afraid to be called one too.

September 23, 201412:29 am

If Ajit Singh wants to memorialise Charan Singh, why not do it in Baghpat?

September 23, 20148:10 am

While the vote on Scottish independence has closed a chapter, it has opened another.

September 23, 201412:28 am

By its resistance to being brought under the RTI Act, judiciary sets a bad example.

September 23, 201411:29 am

The facts of the case remain cloudy. The image of the two murdered girls is its own truth.

September 22, 201412:21 am

The demand for referendums on crucial issues is growing in Nepal.

September 22, 201412:05 am

It’s good that India is in touch with Pakistan again. Now Modi must meet Nawaz Sharif.

September 22, 20148:54 am

Obama’s strategy on the IS is flawed, shows no lesson has been learned.

September 22, 201412:05 am

They made cricket a joy to behold. The memories linger on.

September 22, 201412:05 am

Xi Jinping’s visit set a positive tone for India-China relations.

September 22, 201412:00 am

Weighed down by internal bickering, the Congress will find it tough to meet the BJP’s challenge in Karnataka.

September 22, 201412:00 am

The Scottish referendum is a trigger for a larger debate on the devolution of powers within the UK.

September 21, 201411:40 pm

Time HRD ministry realised higher education needs greater autonomy, not centralisation.

September 21, 201412:08 am

The Gujarat government put two ministers in charge of arrangements for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Ahmedabad last week.

September 21, 201412:07 am

In Bhutan, it was B4B, in Nepal, HIT, in Japan it was ‘You Mori, me Modi’, and now the Chinese visit has given his linguistic talent new wings.

September 21, 201412:06 am

While the Prime Minister talks about “minimum government”, his ministers seem not to have understood what this means.

September 21, 201412:08 am

High awareness of hygiene and sanitary conditions is another aspect that makes Japanese design so clean.

September 21, 201412:03 am

Madrasas, yet again, have become schools of terrorism. Goan Christians were told to declare themselves Hindus.

September 20, 20144:48 am

Kolkata, police entered the campus of Jadavpur University and beat up students protesting for the safety of women.

September 20, 20142:42 am

The sprinter detected with hyperandrogenism must be talked to — and heard out.

September 20, 20142:30 am

It is the Congress-NCP camp that is keenly waiting for the news of a Sena-BJP split. This would allow it greater flexibility in choosing post-poll partners.

September 20, 20141:14 am

Primary education can only improve if government embraces new ideas


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