MP government must facilitate a free and fair probe in the scam. Much depends on it.
Women pallbearers of her coffin have signalled a new moment in Kabul.
It says the government had consulted the opposition and addressed their concerns, but “the opposition ganged up under the leadership of [the] dying Congress to stall the proceedings.
The lawyer of the victims, Vrinda Grover, is right in saying that ‘the court’s order for compensation to the victims or their families is a confirmation of the fact that custodial deaths did take place.
But will there be takers once states realise a Smart City isn’t a ticket to Central funds?
In upholding blocking rules, the Supreme Court has commented only on their legality — not their desirability.
The most shining moments of Section 66A judgment lie in its articulation of what freedom of expression means in India.
Battling a mixed record on civil liberties, SC decision couldn’t have come at a finer time.
The nation is looking increasingly parochial. Was pluralism only a Nehruvian concept?
The Public Debt Management Agency is a good idea. It is time government managed its own debt.
In framing its land law, NDA ignores lessons from the Mahabharata.
The CPI says that power in the country has been “taken over by a combination of corporate capital, rightist ideology and worst form of communalism.”
World Cup has taken over TV — if we’re not watching it, news channels are talking about it.
Excerpts from SC’s judgment striking down Section 66A of the IT Act in the case of Writ Petition (Criminal) No 167 of 2012.
Freedom to mock and ridicule the powerful has thankfully been restored.
Why did a lynch mob feel compelled to take photographs as it killed?
Cleverly, ruthlessly, Lee Kuan Yew ensured Singapore punched above its weight.
Gender concerns must be mainstreamed in conflict-transformation processes.
On coal, Manmohan Singh made the case for auctions. And also took the discredited allotment route.
China has long seen Myanmar and Pakistan as gateways to the Indian Ocean.
Cricket World Cup so far has been humdrum. But next three ‘finals’ have the potential to make this a cup to remember.
PM is trying to find the right measures to check religious fanaticism and intolerance.
Remembering the Pakistan Resolution, 75 years later.
Both countries must use economic cooperation to de-emphasise disputes.
If it wants to reduce electricity bills, Delhi government has no option but to offer a subsidy. But is that warranted?
The V.P. Singh government was the biggest casualty of this confrontation.
Supreme Court does well to throw up the question. The search for answers need not be caste-centric
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I understood again why India gave Narendra Modi a full mandate.
Being the president of the Congress party used to be just a temporary job.
The Finance Minister listed thirteen points for his Vision 2022.
Without knowing it, we have learned to live in a daily crossfire of the ridiculous and the absurd.
Law Commission report frames crucial issues but reaches hasty conclusions.
‘NH10’ confirms a growing trend of young Bollywood actors unafraid to break the mould.
Narayan Desai’s ‘Gandhi Katha’ was a response to the communal violence in Gujarat in 2002.
What connects a desolate Central Asian region to Pakistan?
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