The Gujarat government put two ministers in charge of arrangements for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Ahmedabad last week.
In Bhutan, it was B4B, in Nepal, HIT, in Japan it was ‘You Mori, me Modi’, and now the Chinese visit has given his linguistic talent new wings.
While the Prime Minister talks about “minimum government”, his ministers seem not to have understood what this means.
High awareness of hygiene and sanitary conditions is another aspect that makes Japanese design so clean.
Madrasas, yet again, have become schools of terrorism. Goan Christians were told to declare themselves Hindus.
Kolkata, police entered the campus of Jadavpur University and beat up students protesting for the safety of women.
The sprinter detected with hyperandrogenism must be talked to — and heard out.
It is the Congress-NCP camp that is keenly waiting for the news of a Sena-BJP split. This would allow it greater flexibility in choosing post-poll partners.
Primary education can only improve if government embraces new ideas
Imran Khan and Tahirul Qadri say what Pakistan has is not democracy. What they promise is utopia.
If supply-side problems are the major ailment, why not cut rates — since monetary policy can affect output without affecting inflation
One of the elderly ladies told us how she was being chased by two Allied soldiers when an Indian soldier intervened and protected her.
In a dysfunctional polity, it was left to the CAG to move against corruption.
American TV shows tell us that adulthood as we have known it has become conceptually untenable.
The SC rulings in Sarla Mudgal and Lily Thomas have not stopped the horrendous practice of married men committing fraud.
Scotland’s priorities, argue the proponents of independence, are poorly reflected in the constitution of the British government.
What we need to learn from China is not the art of running a small firm well, but the art of supporting a small business.
Government must aim for a younger, less permanent, more diverse civil service.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s government and the erstwhile UPA did not pay heed to flood warnings.
BJP’s return at the Centre has reopened the question: what constitutes the middle ground of India’s democratic politics?
Reforms have favoured measurable quick fixes without attempting to understand the high incidence of pre-trial detention.
Congress leader Sachin Pilot was looking positively happy after his party cornered three seats in Rajasthan.
The editorial also alleges that the TMC is “whipping up communal passions hoping to garner the support of the minorities”, as it fears the Left’s resurgence.
China’s political investment in Modi when he was chief minister of Gujarat has generated rare personal goodwill for Beijing with an Indian leader.
Only consistent trend in bypolls across states since the general election is the party’s loss of seats
To gain India’s trust, Xi Jinping needs to follow his words of reassurance with concrete action
Centre must grasp the differences and overlaps between LGB and T identities.
BJP abandoned development for ‘love jihad’ in UP. Voters turned away.
RBI rules on wilful default are a throwback to the age of khap panchayats.
Whether Scotland votes for independence or stays with the union, the UK will never be the same.
Modi government is enunciating a doctrine of high-speed diplomacy.
There isn’t a single straight shooter in the bunch Obama is welding into a coalition against the IS.
Now, people of J&K praise army for their rescue and curse the media for publicising it.
Maoists of all hues — are leaving the so-called “revolutionary” path they had pledged to tread.
Top-down approach to making buildings energy efficient has not worked