The image of Melania Trump’s public snub to her husband speaks a thousand words
One of the respondents, Jayaram Padikkal, DIG (Crimes), was arrested and charged under different sections of the Indian Penal Code, including 302 (murder).
WannaCry malware attack raises questions for state, software producers, users
Punishment to former coal secretary will deter honest officers from taking decisions fearlessly
Muslim Personal Law Board is showing signs of giving up its rigid stand on triple talaq. It must now act against the practice
Fire assaults and exchanges on the LoC have clear costs. For India, the gains are not yet certain
It is clear that Himanta Biswa is in search of a narrative that belittles the previous Congress government.
His idea of trusteeship needs to be revisited in times of growing inequality
He returns to power in Iran. But victory is unlikely to smoothen the hurdles for his agenda
By re-electing Hassan Rouhani, Iranians have chosen not just a president, but the way forward
Jharkhand lynching frames a state that is ceding its monopoly on violence. Chief Minister Raghubar Das is answerable
Jantar Mantar protests may point to the making of a new phase in Dalit politics, outside the political mainstream
Madhu Limaye, general secretary of the Janata Party, alleged that some business houses were trying to force a coalition government of his party and the Congress in West Bengal.
His struggle to reform Hindu society has lessons for the triple talaq debate
India needs an alternative narrative which contests the inevitability of Chinese hegemony
Misbah-ul-Haq upended the stereotype of the Pakistan cricket captain
The job losses feared in IT are a warning: They could herald redundancies across other sectors of the economy
With the fixing of standard rates and pruning of exemptions, the transition to a GST regime is well begun
Neo-Islam, like neo-Hinduism, is injurious to India’s pluralism
The government is also referring misuse of censorship provisions, harassment of journalists, allegations in regard to certification of films and manipulation of mass media to the Shah Commission.
Unfortunately, there were not many willing to pat his back for his remarkable presence of mind and timely action that probably saved the lives of many of his men, for whom he was responsible as their officer in charge.
Putting Pak in the dock, The Hague has come out on the side of justice. That’s a vital first step for India — in a long haul.
The decision on the reactors is germane to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s plan to triple India’s nuclear power capacity by 2025.
Reema Lagoo freed Bollywood’s mother figure from living a life of perennial suffering.
The latest horror story comes from Rohtak in Haryana, where a young girl was brutally gang-raped and murdered in the most savage manner.
The State government named him to head the inquiry commission and CM A.K. Antony said the government was anxious to start the inquiry at the earliest.
It can ignore ICJ’s injunction in the Jadhav case, but doing so will extract a price in international goodwill.
The move was given up and Mrs Gandhi’s critics thought they would make another attempt to free the party from her hold at a later date.
CBSE pleading with DU for student entry sans inflated marks holds a mirror to a broken education system
Because politics is not just about winning and losing elections — but also about what lies in between
Institutions for the arts need professional managers for a turnaround
Underlying the “triple talaq” questions are deeper issues about the nature of constitutional law in India.
Prime Minister Morarji Desai stoutly defended Indira Gandhi against the former US president Richard Nixon’s charge that she had wanted to invade West Pakistan.
Rajinikanth’s playful mention of possibly joining politics stirs things up
He must dispel the impression that the Hindu Yuva Vahini can flout the rule of law and get away with it in UP
Refusal to engage cannot be long-term policy. India must frame a response to China’s Belt and Road initiative