AAP’s MCD drubbing is an outcome of its inattention to the civic governance issues that it highlighted to rise to power.
The 10,000-run mark is spectacular. But the cricketer has already blazed a quieter trail.
It outlined a vision, but has failed to reveal the path.
Government action against Public Health Foundation of India appears arbitrary and opaque.
It was extraneous as far as the Constitution was concerned to say that because they lost in the general election, they had lost the confidence of the people, De said.
MCD setback shows that it has lost the political initiative. It needs to remake itself.
Maoist attack in Sukma revives questions about counter-insurgency preparedness that urgently need to be addressed.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui challenges identity politics, without saying a word.
Pirsig, hands-on student of motorcycle maintenance, helped generations mend the rift between philosophy and life.
American campuses welcome and value diversity.
Absence of strategic clarity, over-dependence of states on Central forces, have crippled the fight against Maoists.
Antony, who heads the KPCC and is a bachelor, will be the country’s youngest chief minister at 37.
If unchecked, vigilantism in the name of the cow could render meaningless all vision documents and development plans.
Election Commission’s proposals to deal with problem of bribing of voters could upend principles of natural justice.
Liberals take solace in Marine Le Pen’s performance, but there are echoes of Brexit sentiment in French elections.
India’s political and security establishment needs a strategy in light of China’s naval expansion.
Extremism comes in all shades. Justice Shah should critique each one.
Arshad Chowdhury, a member of the PNA’s national council, said, “This time, Bhutto has decided to burn his boats.” He was seeking “to set the army and the people against each other,” he said.
A shift to their respective ministries will help professional education, skill development
SC promises closure in Babri demolition case. But what of the perils of memory and age, the problem of delay?
Government must draw up plans, in coordination with states, to prepare for good rains in June-July
Minister’s proposal to model it on Project Tiger shows a fundamental misunderstanding of both programmes
Desai said trust, like respect, was something to be earned, not asked for.
Imran Khan’s opposition to English-medium education is misguided
More, not less, public money must be spent on inclusive education that encourages independent thinking
Bhutto called on the army to take over Karachi, Lahore and Hyderabad.
Across the world, politicians are using elections and referendums to mask their own abdications
Centre, EC press ahead with paper trails for EVMs. All parties must now move on
Onus is on leaders of BJP-PDP, especially BJP, to protect the fragile alliance in J&K from its own sharp edges
Russia must rejoin the West to build a stable Afghanistan
Freewheeling use of Article 142 is raising questions about judicial diktats inattentive to consequences
The moral basis of these Congress governments disappeared with the total rejection of the Congress in the recent Lok Sabha elections.
Even shredded currency notes can turn a profit
Court gives Pak PM a breather but a cloud hangs over him. This will have consequences for India-Pak too
It’s taken an age for the powers that be to realise how obscene is the red beacon on their car. Hopefully, this is a beginning
His arrest is a welcome first step. Now follow up this case, while also bringing in systemic reforms to address bad loan crisis