Pak Taliban have claimed they brought down the army helicopter on May 8 — a claim that the Pak army rejects. Praveen Swami examines.
The Bill has been described as a reform measure of unparalleled importance in independent India. But several challenges remain. Shruti Srivastava explains.
It is important that K V Kamath succeeds at BRICS Bank in Shanghai — it will be evidence of the ability of an Indian leader to build a global institution Some time in 1985-86 — in the days of administered rates and the notorious licence raj regime, K V Kamath, then a young officer in […]
Karnataka proposes two dam projects on river; TN says they violate final award of disputes tribunal
The National Investigation Agency has a staff strength of 488 to the FBI’s 34,019 — of whom 12,979 are agents, or trained investigators. The NIA’s budget is less than Rs 50 crore, the FBI’s $8 billion
For now, the biggest market share among these new entrants is that of Lenovo, the numbers driven up primarily by its acquisition of Motorola, which has at least two very popular budget smartphones in India.
After 2001, new norms were enforced for a city turned to rubble: no multi-storey buildings, main roads at least 9 metres wide
The model predicts that prices will rise as the assembly progresses, with the final seller receiving the highest price.
There have been several cases earlier in which high-profile accused were charged after hit-and-run mishaps under Section 304 Part II.
Since February, Arvind Kejriwal and Najeeb Jung have argued on the extent of their powers to make laws for the National Capital Territory.
Over the last 3 weeks, Gen Raheel Sharif and others have blamed the Research & Analysis Wing for everything from killings in Karachi to the insurgency in Balochistan.
Bowel cancer, also called colorectal cancer, is the second most common cancer in men and the third most common cancer in women worldwide.
Maoism had its moment in Kerala in the late 1960s and 1970s.
Urine-fertilised plants invariably resulted in higher yields than non-fertilised plants.
The Indian economy made a decisive structural turn in 1991. A new series looks back at events in the transition and the ways in which they’re playing out now.
Shubhajit Roy describes the background, details of India-Bangladesh land swap deal.
OTT messaging apps have grown in popularity over the years, often at the cost of traditional SMS.
The Internet has trumped the act of collating reports from clinics and hospitals and established itself as the faster tool for tracking disease.
Punjab CM Prakash Singh Badal, from whose bus the Moga girl was thrown after molestation last week owns a vast business empire.
Prevention of Corruption Act examined in light of statements by PM Modi and Finance Minister Jaitley.
Movements thrive when participants believe their cause is worth fighting for. Agriculture per se is no longer viewed as an avenue for upward mobility.
A new study shows that pollution can trigger brain strokes in healthy individuals.
Mayura Janwalka explains what it takes to retrofit a building — make it resistant to tremors.
The system would be able to tackle incoming ballistic missiles of range up to 2,000 km.
Over the years, the Congress and its first family have harnessed personal faith to their politics.
Starting from a few hours after the earthquake struck, the Indian relief and rescue effort has been relentless and unflagging.
The study on the performance of buildings during the earthquake in Bhuj in 2001 brought out the reasons for their destruction.
AIADMK leaders say that even in the worst case, they expect a smaller punishment from the higher courts for party chief J Jayalalithaa.
2015 is the centenary of the theory of continental drift, the explanation for quakes, including Nepal.
Foreman thinks Saturday’s Mayweather vs Pacquiao bout will be the Fight of the Generation. Here’s why.
The biggest-ever exercise to count the only wild population of Asiatic lions in the world begins on Saturday.
Why India’s reported ‘Olympics 2024 bid’ is devoid of sense or logic.
SC on Tuesday stayed proceedings on a breach of privilege motion against Shobhaa De by the Maharashtra assembly. KAVITHA IYER gives the facts.
Articles 124 and 217 of the Constitution have been subjected to scrutiny and interpretation in the SC.
Gujarat Governor O P Kohli last week sent the Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill, 2015 for the President’s assent.
The new Companies Act mandates Board structures and processes that seek to promote good corporate governance practices.