Narendra Modi has paid official visits to Nepal, Bhutan and Japan, besides travelling to the US to attend the United Nations General Assembly, while receiving Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and the Chinese president.
There has been much speculation on whether New Delhi might join President Barack Obama’s renewed war on terror.
A resurgence in inflation is a low probability event. Given low GDP growth, why is the RBI acting so coy about cutting repo rates?
Indian Americans have come far. Now they must become leaders in the US not just in business, science and engineering, but also in politics and law.
Hong Kong has been run by an alliance of local communists and local big business in the recent years.
Can Jayalalithaa’s brand survive her absence from the helm of government?
RBI does well to keep its focus on targeting inflation in the long term.
Tamil Nadu deserves better than a government in mourning. New CM must step up to the plate.
With breakdown of alliances, artificial bipolarity of Maharashtra politics is over.
The Ganga waterway project is ill-conceived.
India should not bank overly on a partnership with Washington.
Protests on the island are not just about the next election, but about democracy.
Homes appliances drive energy efficiency. Now, buildings should.
But to involve expats in the India story, the plot has to be considerably simplified.
A rose by any other name is still a rose; an illogical act by any other name is still an illogical act.
Change will never come through the present system. The only way forward is a peaceful revolution.
For the diaspora, Modi can make miracles happen.
Marxists in Kerala participate in religious festivals. The reasons may be this-worldly.
At UN, Modi hints at a more innovative and assured approach on multilateral issues.
Jayalalithaa’s conviction is about equality before law. AIADMK must respect verdict even as it challenges it.
Its cooperation could be vital to the fight against the IS.
SC order on under trials is a welcome start but doesn’t go far enough.
Washington wants to know if he can fix structural flaws in India’s economy.
The Xi-Modi interaction marks the first step towards dynamic India-China ties.
The Supreme Court verdict provides scope for largescale and speedy reforms in the coal sector.
Janata’s collapse paved the way for her comeback.
This immediately took me to another planet mentally, my first step on Europe, the country of Raphael, da Vinci, Michelangelo that I had studied with my pencils in art college.
Manmohan Singh’s PMO was dominated by officials from Kerala, including T K A Nair, Shivshankar Menon and M K Narayanan.
Mangalyaan is a tribute to the young leadership of India’s Independence movement.
In fact, so frenzied was the pre-visit coverage that there was talk of renaming it Times Now Square.
Could the honourable judges not have paid attention to the inextinguishable fires that burn underground.
On TV, this was Narendra Modi Week, starting in Mars orbit and ending in NYC.
Lateral entry into government is needed to cope with new challenges. It must be made less ad hoc.
A Prohibition Police will enforce Kerala’s new liquor policy. It’s a dismal scenario.
An interpretation the conflicting signals Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to India produced.
Hema Malini, a trained classical dancer, a talented actor, a well-known face of the ruling party, should not have made such tasteless remarks.