Change is not easy, and the Congress flirts dangerously with obsolescence if it cannot reinvent urgently.
It is increasingly difficult for Pakistan to punish those who kill for religious reasons.
Home ministry’s affidavit in Priya Pillai case is a study in irony.
Budget 2015-16 will be watched for how much it breaks from the past.
Rail budget makes many right moves. But beware of rail ministry’s ‘implementation bug’.
Union budget will be watched for the incentives it offers to encourage private investment.
Rail budget missed the opportunity to lay out an agenda for the future.
Post-reform India has had three gamechanging budgets. Will Arun Jaitley’s be the fourth?
If promoting obscurantism is a concern, TV is far more guilty than films.
Roznama KhabrAin, in its editorial, writes that both PDP and BJP have made a turnaround in their stated positions regarding J&K.
Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal rolled back the years with a return to protests, and TVs.
The Organiser editorial interprets Modi’s recent speech on religious freedom not as a message to Hindutva outfits.
A victim of sexual harassment speaks out about why most women choose to remain silent.
A PDP-BJP coalition could help heal the rift between Jammu and Kashmir.
Real challenge for railways is to keep pace with a fast expanding economy.
It will increase the price of coal and eventually the price of power.
Budget offers government a chance to tap gold stocks, monetise them.
After the recent coal block auctions, there is no further scope for hypothetical assumptions with political overtones.
Aggressive bidding and transparency in the auction process have rescued the sector from the uncertainty caused by the cancellation of allocations.
By the turn of the 20th century, the subcontinent had nearly 15,000 km of railway track, in comparison to just 600 km in China.
Talking about the first full budget of the NDA government, the CPM’s People’s Democracy says it will have to meet “contradictory objectives”.
Both form and content of GST Constitution amendment bill need to be re-thought.
Government must avoid the temptation to bypass the legislature.
Maldives needs to sort out its own problems but some plainspeaking by Modi government may be in order.
His leave of absence could officially be the moment for him and his party to ask the unaskable question.
A renewed commitment will improve India’s record on combating childhood diseases and help set the global agenda on child health.
To sustain the abhiyan, we should draw inspiration from beloved saint-reformers like Sant Gadge Maharaj.
The revival of a university in Nalanda is a noble mission. But the past seven years have seen a hijacking of the project by a small clique.
Land markets are skewed by policies that urgently require correction.
Why Rajasthan’s recent ordinances limiting who can run for local office are flawed.
Data from healthcare start-ups can help better address the country’s public health challenges.
Despite AAP’s Delhi win, if strategies are put in place to deliver on promises by his third year, Modi may well preside over a 10-year transformation of India.
India should be wary of acceding to US demands on emissions cuts.
A Hindu majoritarian cultural agenda seems to be entrenched in the state.