The Supreme Court has said there is ‘something peculiar’ about the clean chit given to top BJP leaders, and expressed concern over the delay in closing the matter. The Indian Express recaps the story.
To stop damage to environment and attract new fans, the IOC has mooted using lasers in shooting competitions. But what about shooters’ skills and the adrenalin rush? MIHIR VASAVDA explains
The estimated 7% growth in Q3 has rekindled the debate on the CSO's methodology. How is GDP calculated in India? What explains the growth number?
An ex-officebearer has been arrested, and while party is crying vendetta, fissures are visible within .
For urban areas the gap between the overall sex ratio in the state and that for births in the last five years was glaring in some cases.
Islamabad is now feeling the heat from the global Financial Action Task Force — but this isn’t the end of the Lashkar-e-Toiba story
The BBC documentary on Kaziranga and the action against a Corbett official, who issued a shoot-at-sight order, show there are no easy ways to combat poaching
On February 22, Inter Services Public Relations, media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces, announced the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad against terrorists across the country. The operation’s declared scope is sweeping, and it comes less than 3 yrs after Zarb-e-Azb, the Army’s assault on terrorists in FATA
Both the communists and the Hindu Right saw the dismantling of the Congress as an essential precursor to their own growth and implementation of their grand narrative.
An extraordinary ongoing protest has seen Bihar government officers wearing black badges to work in protest against a senior colleague’s arrest. But the issues are wider.
Lays down principle of ‘interest of collective or social order’ in cases of ‘intra-conflict’ of fundamental right
Dirty air is a public health emergency. But it won’t be easy to jump straight from BS-IV to BS-VI emission norms. The Indian Express explains.
After days of protests by the Congress and AAP, and arrest of 4 BJP leaders, government has agreed to a judicial probe. The Indian Express tells the story.
India’s vaccine regulatory system has just been marked higher than the score it obtained in the last assessment 5 years ago. The Indian Express explains the ranking system, and what it means.
Uber and Ola drivers have returned to NCR roads, but their complaints remain unaddressed.
Register FIR against MLA, the SC said, and PM Modi was quick to use the order as a stick to beat Akhilesh with.
2 people have been killed in firing, and police can’t enter a village where a key protester against land acquisition is holed up. The Indian Express explains the standoff at Bhangar, where some are hearing echoes of Singur and Nandigram.
BharatQR code, an interoperable payment acceptance solution, was launched on Monday to quicken the move towards a less-cash economy at an ‘insignificant’ cost. The Indian Express explains what it is, and how it will work.
Graduate of Karachi’s jihad seminary, an aide of Osama bin Laden and confidant of Mullah Omar, Akhtar was accused in a coup bid and attempt on Benazir’s life, but escaped repeatedly — until this weekend.
The last of the conspirators, bombmaker Inderjit Singh Reyat, walked free on February 16, with no criminal responsibility fixed for what a Canadian judge called ‘the largest mass murder’ in the country’s history.
The possible motive, Verma said, was to nip Mulayam’s political career in the bud. “Balram Singh established thhe us waqt, jabki yeh [Mulayam] ubhar rahey thhe.
This is how Jansatta, Hindi daily of The Indian Express Group, reported the incident in its edition of March 8, 1984.
Pakistan’s new Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is reported to have asked his officers to read a book on civil-military relations in India.
An editor has been arrested for violating a 2010 election law on publishing exit poll results while elections are still on. The Indian Express explains the background and reasons for the curbs.
In terms of deaths per lakh population, India is now choking at a rate faster than China’s. At the turn of the millennium, they levelled at 87-88 deaths per lakh. In 2015, the number is 91 for India, 85 for China.
A ‘flock’ of 88 will get to work to map every inch of the planet in super high resolution, creating images of limitless potential.
ISRO's PSLV-C37 will inject into orbit 104 satellites from 7 countries, nearly 3 times the highest number flown by a single mission currently.
The Indian Express unpacks 2016 data on IED attacks, casualties and targets compiled by the National Bomb Data Centre.
Tamil Nadu crisis: A conviction by the SC will not only disqualify Sasikala from being CM, it will also debar her from contesting polls for 6 years from the date of release from prison.
Sharp words in the J&K House by CM Mehbooba Mufti underscore tensions between the PDP, BJP over special status for state. Article 370 and other aspects of special status have been challenged in 6 important cases in SC and Delhi HC.
The Indian Express explains organisational elections in Cong — process, history and how current situation was reached.
What it could have done was to actively change the regulatory environment to one that allowed for more PoS machines, computation, etc.
Ila Patnaik described several aspects of demonetisation to readers of The Indian Express at the second edition of Express Explained in Mumbai recently.
An interesting finding was that one of the major causes of the failure of mergers was the handling of people working in many of these firms.
Dara Shukoh is said to have been a philosopher, a tolerant and pluralist prince, who found common threads in Islam and Hinduism.
Till the mid-1980s, defence pensions were counted as part of the defence budget.