In what left Patel chuckling even more, the Indian Railways boasted of three players out of 12 from Chhattisgarh, on their roster.
The Facebook Talks series on Indian polls is a take-off from Google’s Hangouts.
A house in the city stands mute witness to the last months of the legendary artist’s life and work.
If a market for bitcoins exists, it should be regulated rather than demonised
Tough decisions are needed to address PSU banks’ NPA challenge. RBI rules are a good start
On the foreign policy front, UPA’s record is a compendium of missed opportunities
New Italian PM has style. Can he deliver on substance?
This shelved the government’s flagship anti-graft measures, which it thought would bring substantial electoral dividends.
Only a statutory regulator can depoliticise allocation of natural resources.
Three other Congress legislators, including Abdul Muhib Mazumdar also met Sonia in the Capital.
The Afghan province is emerging as the future capital of the Taliban’s envisioned ‘emirate’.
Nation should seriously consider erecting a life-size statue of A.K. Antony and naming a road after him in New Delhi.
The Oscars have changed very little, what’s changed is the way they’re watched.
A strong leader’s capacity to tolerate dissent is more crucial than his beliefs.
‘Gulaab Gang’ controversy has thrown up knotty questions of artistic freedom and individual privacy.
By escalating a students’ squabble over sports into a national issue, state briefly undercut own authority.
On election-eve, UPA does it again — doles out governorships as political prize and patronage.
This refers to the editorial ‘Street theatre’ (IE, March 5).
Virat Kohli’s young team has showed potential, it deserves a long rope.
China has declared war on air pollution. India needs to resume a long-derailed discussion on air quality.
Polls 2014 challenge parties to acknowledge, and find the language to address, a changing electorate.
Ukraine made news around the world — except on Indian TV.
Election Commission’s mobilisation of youth, women could define the 2014 polls.
The electoral contest in India has a clear ideological basis.
The real scandal is the erosion of regulatory independence, which leaves the door open for fix-all solutions.
The debate on federalism should not be just about the size of states.
Letters; This refers to ‘Whose Lokpal’ (IE, March 4).
Any alternative policy in the country can happen through a political alternative that’s either a non-Congress or non-BJP combination.
Third quarter GDP figures indicate that the downturn hasn’t bottomed out yet.
The chief minister is now the chief agitator — calling bandhs and staging sit-ins.