Claims Sudipta Sen also met MP Suvendu Adhikari.
The bypoll results reflect trends that appear to be of a “certain significance” and show a decline for BJP.
America is powerful but China is a neighbour that is rising rapidly and has territorial claims against India.
Modi could look beyond Ahmedabad for a template for Swachh Bharat.
It will be the economist, not democracy, who cuts down to size Pak’s Imran-Qadri duo.
The onus is on Barack Obama to resolve the trust deficit between India and the US.
Power-sharing pact allows for a democratic transition. But Afghanistan needs more than just that.
President Xi’s strategy of seeking enhanced friendship in the backdrop of a border standoff looks set to continue.
State government’s proposed RTE amendments draw attention to limits of an input-centric approach.
‘Mandolin’ Shrinivas’s mentor in his early days in Chennai remembers the genius.
Notes on the etiquette of gifting, lending and spotting books.
But India must know that correcting its trade imbalance with China is wishful thinking.
India needs a roadmap for gas pricing reform.
Modi’s success with China, US depends on ability to bring economics to the centre.
Emma Watson is a feminist and not afraid to be called one too.
If Ajit Singh wants to memorialise Charan Singh, why not do it in Baghpat?
While the vote on Scottish independence has closed a chapter, it has opened another.
By its resistance to being brought under the RTI Act, judiciary sets a bad example.
The facts of the case remain cloudy. The image of the two murdered girls is its own truth.
The demand for referendums on crucial issues is growing in Nepal.
It’s good that India is in touch with Pakistan again. Now Modi must meet Nawaz Sharif.
Obama’s strategy on the IS is flawed, shows no lesson has been learned.
They made cricket a joy to behold. The memories linger on.
Xi Jinping’s visit set a positive tone for India-China relations.
Weighed down by internal bickering, the Congress will find it tough to meet the BJP’s challenge in Karnataka.
The Scottish referendum is a trigger for a larger debate on the devolution of powers within the UK.
Time HRD ministry realised higher education needs greater autonomy, not centralisation.
The Gujarat government put two ministers in charge of arrangements for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Ahmedabad last week.
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.
While the Prime Minister talks about “minimum government”, his ministers seem not to have understood what this means.
High awareness of hygiene and sanitary conditions is another aspect that makes Japanese design so clean.
Madrasas, yet again, have become schools of terrorism. Goan Christians were told to declare themselves Hindus.
Kolkata, police entered the campus of Jadavpur University and beat up students protesting for the safety of women.
The sprinter detected with hyperandrogenism must be talked to — and heard out.
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.
Primary education can only improve if government embraces new ideas