Radiologists become an endangered species as a Stanford algorithm surpasses their diagnostic abilities.
Union government must address structural issues in agricultural policy, allow states greater autonomy.
In the ‘Padmavati’ controversy is a larger indictment.
The two-day “brainstorming session” of the Janata Party members, organised by Piloo Mody and others, recommended ways and means to bring about complete integration of the constituent groups of the Janata Party. Some of the major recommendations are: The retrograde quota system in the important bodies of the party and the government should be scrapped. […]
Data on pellet gun injuries underlines need for accountability and reparations in J&K. CM, Centre must act on their words.
Cancellation of purchase of ATGMs from Israel revives questions about defence modernisation and preparedness.
The group’s first meeting was inaugurated by Acharya Kripalani. At the inaugural session were Janata MPs such as S.N. Mishra, Viren Shah, Brahm Prakash, Samar Guha, H Bahadur, Vinod Seth, RK Amin, Prasannbhai Mehta and Ram Jethmalani.
Friction over finances forced the Bonn conference to stretch more than half-a-day beyond its scheduled closing date. The CoP 23 declaration did finally mention financial and technology transfers. But that is, at best, a procedural victory for the developing countries.
History is irrelevant to Padmavati, a fictional feature about an ahistorical figure. But that is an irrelevant fact in Raje’s Rajasthan which is taking giant strides backward when it comes to matters involving freedom of expression.
In other jurisdictions, too, investigations have been found wanting where criminal acts acquire a political flavour. Justice, in all its manifestations, is essential if the culture of democracy is to flourish. Unbiased investigations are essential to delivering justice to the victims of crime.
Campaign for the assembly elections in the state is shinning the light on its economic discontents.
Coup in Mugabe’s Zimbabwe could lead on to a democratic transition — or intensify authoritarianism
Those trying to make an issue of consensual sex to taint political opponents reveal how out of touch they are
Big lesson for India from sovereign credit rating upgrades: Stay the course on macroeconomic stability
The Shah Commission was officially stated that in the absence of any such intimation for which no time limit has been fixed by the commission, it is presumed that Mrs Gandhi will present herself for examination
Being radical and rebellious has never been this easy
For all its ‘Congress-mukt’ talk, in its desire to capture public institutions, BJP is inspired by a Congress PM
The Malcolm Turnbull-led government did not take the legislative route to bring about social change, even if such a law would have reflected the will of the people.
The Padmavati story, like many others, has undergone several mutations. Ramya Sreenivasan has traced the wide circulation and mutation of the story from North India and Rajasthan to Bengal from the 16th to the 20th century in her magnificent book, The Many Lives of a Rajput Queen.
All the same, when you study the statements this article stands upon, it is a great example of poorly researched, unfair journalism that uses unverified findings to zoom into what’s not happening in India.
The state claims the monopoly over the legitimate use of violence on the assumption that it will assure citizens’ right to live and speak freely, without fear.
Thomas Chandy, the NCP’s nominee to the ministry, could have quit as transport minister when the Kerala High Court reprimanded him for challenging a government report earlier this week.
An official announcement about Swaraj’s dismissal did not divulge the reasons. It only disclosed that the portfolios held by her — housing, jails, architecture, printing and stationery and cultural affairs — have been taken over by the chief minister.
In Manila, PM signalled commitment to a rules-based order. India must bridge gap between promise and performance
After a bitter inter-state food fight, West Bengal celebrates its equivalent of the return of the Kohinoor diamond
The former Lt-Governor of Delhi, Kishan Chand, told the Shah Commission that he had ordered the requisitioning of Vishwa Yuvak Kendra during the Emergency on instructions from Indira Gandhi.
Technology can be a great learning tool for kids, but only if parents use it right.
I am tired of blame games. I have drafted a private member’s bill on an issue that concerns us all
In Delhi’s pollution crisis, National Green Tribunal again ventures into policy-making, undermines its own authority
National Human Rights Commission must live up to its mandate in letter and spirit
Italian football, though, is far from dead. History shows that they recover fast. Ask Pele. By the time he played his last World Cup, in 1970, they had recovered briskly enough to reach the finals
Election presents an opportunity for participation, representation — but not for Gujarat’s Muslims
Dropping of two films selected for the festival in Goa points to the shrinking of spaces for creative freedom
The number of Muslims in Delhi Police is at an all-time low.
The judiciary has created a crisis of institutional credibility for itself
Conflict within apex court threatens to erode public trust in it at a delicate moment. Wiser counsel must prevail