Obama’s strategic failures in dealing with the IS indicates how far US hegemony has been eroded.
The article has been pegged to the recent decision of the government to call off foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan.
Partly due to election fatigue, TV news’ coverage of the assembly election results was less than riveting.
Opening accounts and issuing cards create numbers but amount to little.
The Coal Mines (Nationalisation) Act, 1973, may have been in keeping with socialist-era politics, but today, it makes no sense for India to import coal when it has such huge reserves.
The legend of Benjamin Bradlee is dwarfed only by his contribution to journalism
Strategic rail projects should be the start of permanent transport links to sensitive border areas
Support for Gadkari as Maharashtra CM indicates that the BJP is no monolith
Police said Benny had been staying away from his wife Julie for past two years.
Game the system for love, money and a Bollywoodesque happy ending
But tinkering with labour materials ratio or its coverage is not the right medicine
The United States issued stringent new protocols on Monday for health workers treating Ebola victims, directing medical teams to wear protective gear that leaves no skin or hair exposed to prevent medical workers from becoming infected. The new guidelines from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta come as 43 people who were […]
France is battling a bad case of collective despondency.
An editorial says that Modi, in his first Independence Day speech, had spoken about making India an industrial hub.
There are good reasons why Prime Minister Narendra Modi should start paying serious attention to the new Indonesian president.
The decline of Mohammedan Sporting is one of the most tragic stories of Indian football.
Will the BJP’s dominance rework federal equations?
A new generation of Indian entrepreneurs is looking to leaders like Murthy, Nilekani and Gopalakrishnan on how to do it right.
BJP is not just reinventing itself, it is also compelling its opponents to redefine themselves.
Government does not go far enough in addressing coal crisis. What is it waiting for?
As he celebrated with a series of somersaults, Peter fell and landed on his neck.
From patent pools to platform pricing, his wide body of work resonates.
Modi has a map for the future. Regional chieftains only have a Tughlaqesque politics.
West Indian cricket had reached its nadir long before Dwayne Bravo and his teammates decided to pull out of the ongoing India tour, after a dispute with their cricket board. Despite the Windies’ occasional flashes of brilliance, there is no denying that the mighty have fallen. The one-time kings of cricket have been reduced to minnows, […]
But the quest for black money is barely begun.
By blaming its electoral setbacks on its state leaders alone, Congress does itself a disservice.
Mexico and India have enjoyed a close bilateral relationship for decades. It is set to gain a new impetus now.
Experience and government statistics show that machismo has never worked as a plan against Pakistan.
Go on, complete the joke. It’s time someone declared open season on ‘love jihad’, writes Altaf Tyrewala.
A leader is not considered powerful or important unless he has a gunman in tow.
BJP success hinged crucially on winning over leaders from other parties.
Maharashtra verdict is snub to parochial politics. Regional parties need a new plan.
Caste played a diminished role in Haryana and Maharashtra. BJP must seize the opportunity, make its own politics more open.
Deregulation of diesel prices isn’t enough. Now open up to all players, address LPG subsidy
The creation of the ‘love jihad’ frenzy has little to do with fact or religion, writes Subhashini Ali.
BJP’s success shows that there is no alternative to Congress-style politics. Or that it is yet to emerge.