Kolkata airport customs officials have discovered a new reason to love parval — there’s money in it.
By sharing the stage with other leaders in Karnataka, she signals an important rethink within the BSP.
The church has a right to speak. Political players can join the argument, or contest it, if they wish to.
Representation, affirmative action are being diluted by UGC. Government must act.
The Bhushan case is a brick in the wall of a new corporate meritocracy where rule of law matters.
On May 25, 1978, Justice Shah rejected an application filed by counsel for four Karnataka police officers seeking a short adjournment of the inquiry into the alleged illegal detention and torture of Lawrence Fernandes, brother of George Fernandes.
Philip Roth wrought from his own context the cleavages of a country, its politics and society.
Zoos in India are cramped, lack specialists who can cater to animals in captivity. Delhi zoo’s problems are not unique.
Killing of 12 people protesting industrial pollution points to appalling state failures. There must be accountability.
In ‘Gay Cake’ case in UK, at stake is the right to free speech, and right not to speak.
Proposed changes in how UPSC entrants are allotted services misunderstand administration and reform.
On May 24, 1978, the International Institute for Strategic Studies predicted an uncertain economic future for the Soviet Union when the Brezhnev era ends.
Haryana CM’s prescription for happiness: Forgive, untie, don’t criticise. It will make some happy, the rest will feel virtuous.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy law is yielding results. It is also a work in progress.
The crucial meeting of the Janata legislature party at which Chief Minister Ram Naresh Yadav sought a vote of confidence was held in Lucknow on June 4, 1978.
Civil services reform will require more than tinkering with processes.
Given US sanctions and China’s rise, Russia and India need to look at bilateral ties anew. Sochi summit is a beginning.
Amid increasing communalisation in Assam, anxieties are deepening over the Citizenship Amendment Bill.
Centre’s scheme to give effect to Cauvery verdict comes just in time for the monsoon. It should be notified at the earliest.
Delhi government does well to respond to public preference for spoken English in school. Other states should follow suit.