To address rising NPAs, consider divesting government holdings in state-owned banks, including by strategic sales
Indian Express front page, forty years ago today.
Delhi blast acquittals raise a question: When will politics go beyond my favourite innocent vs yours?
For IPL franchises, market considerations are as important as talent
Ministry of health’s ‘Saathiya’ peer education for teens programme is enormously welcome. Let its spirit spread
With a reformist at the helm, Nagaland gets another chance to resolve tensions between tribal customs and gender justice
It underlines that the Narendra Modi government “has provided budgetary provisions so that ISRO just doesn’t stop at Mars but will now go to Venus too”.
Agencies charged with the upkeep and protection of Delhi’s historic buildings find little thrill in their job. They see heritage as a burden, are impervious to its magic.
Government, philanthropists and business can forge partnerships and blend financial models to achieve sustainable development goals.
Last year, the debate of having a Mayoral committee entered public discourse, when Shashi Tharoor introduced it into the Parliament as a private member’s bill.
There has been a surge of beautifully crafted, intelligently told Indian advertisements that either prod us to engage in sociopolitical issues with greater furor, or address issues pertaining to gender inequality and same-sex relationships
The ethics is knowing when to hold back and how to perform damage-control. In sexual violence cases, that should be done by strictly prioritising survivors over sensationalism.
Disagreements may cause conflict in the White House as Trump deals with a war veteran whose doctoral thesis ‘Dereliction of Duty’, published as a book in 1997 which won many accolades, questions the failure of generals of the Vietnam War.
News in history, forty years ago today.
Pakistan is the site of conflict between two understandings of Islam. Let the music not fade
It is in India’s strategic interest to engage Afghan insurgents
Cricket will miss Shahid Afridi, the crafty campaigner who never seemed to run out of steam
DMK has blotted its own copybook by trying to disrupt the confidence vote in the Tamil Nadu assembly
True, SP’s commitment to secularism can be tokenistic but the PM’s kabristan-shamshan opposition is troubling
Like Russia and China, India should resist the temptation of ideological correctness and be realistic in engaging the American president.
Ongoing civic polls in Maharashtra underline the disconnect between urban governance and the citizen. Cities are too important to be left to corporators.
Digital education isn’t democratic, it creates deep inequalities between universities.
To read the two epics as a work of religion is unwarranted and nothing but politically motivated.
The race for majority in the 403 seat house has turned the fight into a bitter exchange of below the belt blows, personal attacks and non-issues highlighted to gain brownie points and applause to sway large crowds.
PM Modi’s tirade against the current dispensation in Uttar Pradesh was woefully misinterpreted.
One could argue that this step would reflect better in population control. Would it though? Or would just make it far worse for pregnant women who desperately need financial assistance?
The express train rammed the freight train from the back and its locomotive ripped apart a couple of bogies, which shows the severity of the accident.
Parties are pulling in different directions while a Maoist group threatens violence
Harry Potter is great, LOTR is legendary. But to navigate the world, children — and the rest of us — also need to read Philip Pullman’s work
Air in several Indian cities is rated poorly by international studies. Unlike China, India is not trying to clean up its act
Clampdown on free speech within the university — as in a campus in Jodhpur — robs it of its vital gift.
He refuted the charge of torture of detenus in jails.
New Delhi and Kabul need to remind the global community of dangers of turning the clock back vis a vis Taliban.
But Trump’s America is a latecomer. It has much to learn from Vishwaguru India.
Newly visible on social media, the party is more conscious of politics of perception.
What Professor Ranavat set out to do was her job, because teachers are responsible for providing opportunities for students to open up their minds to all point of views — even if some of them cause discomfort.