Jayanthi Natarajan has admitted that she was forced to close Vedanta’s project on orders of Rahul Gandhi.
Given the President’s reluctance to clear Ramdev’s name, the BJP had to and urge him to decline the award.
Like the Republic Day march: left-right, jan-dhan, left-right…The name has a nice ring to it.
There are some signs that are impossible to ignore since they reflect contemporary mood and trends.
What has happened over last few days is an extended replay of that close rapport for next pair of PM and POTUS.
Why India needs a national mission to map fossil fuels and renewables.
A weak state warns the world against blasphemy. It does not act against the threat to itself.
Modi’s uncomfortable silence on secularism will derail his developmental agenda.
Natarajan’s resignation puts spotlight on the Gandhis. Now, Rahul must speak up.
Secularism is buffeted by domestic political dynamics as well as global currents.
This refers to ‘Fadnavis government to protect old cows’ (IE, January 28). Protecting old cows is not an issue of any socioeconomic significance. It does not warrant state attention. The cow has cultural and religious significance for Hindus. If any individual or organisation wants to protect old cows, they are free to do so. But […]
Subash Ghising squandered his gains, but nobody denies his legacy.
Australian court’s decision to let off a stalker should serve as a wake-up call for the industry.
Centre is finally moving on disinvestment agenda. But sales shouldn’t be bunched up.
The memory of Gandhi has been sanitised so that the nation has forgotten the fact of his assassination, let alone debating the reason why.
Gandhi was killed ‘for a cause’ by someone from his own community. But what was this ‘cause’?
Making the BCCI accountable, Supreme Court judgment is a relief for cricket fans.
Clean energy may be the new big idea in the US-India relationship.
Could Kim Jong-un’s acceptance of Vladimir Putin’s invitation be the beginning of a beautiful friendship?
Centre is right to accept Bombay HC Vodafone judgment. It must resolve other outstanding disputes.
The content of the idea may be debated, but its validity as a goal is beyond doubt.
Delhi must recognise that its relations with both America and China have potential and must be developed with greater purpose and vigour.
Roznama Khabrain writes that Obama laid emphasis on his observation that India can develop only if it is not divided on religious lines.
The Organiser argues that Indianising education is the only way to improve the gender quotient in education.
It was non-stop. And everyone watched radio.
Political recognition of the need to resolve the liability issue was necessary for implementing the Indo-US nuclear agreement.
The economic impact of Obama’s trip will be better understood months or years down the line. But a good start has been made.
Government focuses on short-term revenue gains instead of boosting oil production.
“Ghar wapsi”-like campaigns portray India in bad light. Such campaigns are abhorrent to the concept of a secular state.
Libya’s promise of a democratic transition is a fading memory. Geneva talks offer the only hope.
There’s no climate change deal with US, but Modi’s statement could presage shift in government position.
India-US summitry also pointed to India policy shift on China. It could have important consequences.
Modi has signalled a transformation of India’s diplomatic culture.
The CPM’s People’s Democracy says that “predictable hype” was built around the visit of US President Barack Obama.
Excerpts from US President Barack Obama’s speech at Siri Fort, New Delhi, on January 27.
Laxman’s cartoons expressed the artlessness and helplessness of citizenship.