A strong bond This refers to ‘Chemistry over history: nuclear logjam clears, big push in defence’ (IE, January 26). This seems to be the best phase in India-US relations. Ties between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are so warm that Modi calls Obama by his first name. This is in stark […]
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Next set of GDP figures won’t be different. We need a public investment stimulus.
Obama visit elevates India-US ties, paves way for convergence outside bilateral areas
The real audience for Modi’s high-energy diplomatic performance is at home.
India-US reach closest to a strategic partnership in an increasingly tactical world
President Obama danced around the really tough issues
Legislature, leaders have once again missed the deadline for the constitution. Can Nepal change course?
By missing another deadline for new constitution, Nepal’s political parties undermine own credibility.
Modi’s strategy on Pakistan looks similar to Reagan’s for the Soviet Union.
Shanta Kumar panel raises important questions on food security programme that must be heeded.
Muslims need enlightened leadership that can fight systemic discrimination, bridge communal gulf
Government continues to repeat fundamental policy mistakes in disinvestment.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is mired in a land controversy. That’s not the Congress’s only problem
Exiled from school, bereft of jobs, a radicalised minority was born.
Is there a box on my tax returns that I can check so my tax dollars won’t go to pay for this?
It was from Rajani Kothari, that we learned to think of Indian politics on its own
Never before 2014 did India’s election witness such a masterly combination of organisation, money, technology
The Republic Day parade became a hollow display of weaponry and silly tableaux.
Potus (Obama) asked Lotus (Modi) to join him in his smog-proof enclosure so they could watch tableaux together
Microsoft’s decision to give it away for free highlights how much personal computing has changed.
The promise of a transformed relationship between India and the US seems more likely to be realised.
India, US must also help each other on issues not directly related to bilateral ties
The focus needs to shift to the teaching-learning process
European quantitative easing programme could be a boon for India. But there’s no room for complacency
Conversions in Pakistan speak of a state in crisis, but why the rush to convert in India today?
The Union govt’s U-turn on need to revisit Sec 66A of the Information Technology Act is disappointing.
The furore over Janardan Dwivedi’s remarks says some unflattering things about his party
Here’s an early forecast: It’s advantage BJP.
Any target-setting on renewable energy driven by Obama’s visit needs to be embedded in a larger discussion of energy policy and planning.
The new government in Colombo promises to devolve political power to Tamils. It may help start a conversation.
Most forecasts of repo rate cuts needed in India this year seem to be out of sync with the underlying trend of inflation and growth in India and the world.
The 728-point jump in the Sensex immediately after the RBI announced a 0.25 per cent cut in its policy rate shows how desperately the economy was longing for a lowering of interest rates. But the absence of a further rise the next day showed that second thoughts were setting in. The market is beginning to […]
India, US have the grand design. Modi, Obama must focus on implementation.