The argument for sending juveniles to jail is based on flawed assumptions.
There are bound to be casualties of innocent people in a pitched fight in darkness.
Most Hindi serials fail to reflect political and social upheavals outside the home.
Dutch passivity after the downing of MH17 underlines it.
The PPP approach, for instance, hasn’t taken off in India so far. How can that be remedied?
Judicial appointments row, stoked by Katju revelations, is not about reform.
Six months and six lessons at the movies.
Because framing of debates is one of the processes of impoverishment
Online crowd-financing platforms could be a major boost for India’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
India’s government is cowering behind the BRICS position on the conflict
A frontpage article in New Age calls the first NDA budget “a budget for status quo.
To be credible, their promise to fight terrorism will need to be accompanied by a realignment of Pakistani nationalism.
Time is ripe to conclude FTA talks with Canada, which could reinvigorate others.
India and Nepal have a new opportunity to collaborate on development and energy security.
India’s expenditure on vaccines should count as sound investment in a healthy future.
The Akalis accuse the Haryana government of dividing Sikhs, but the HSGPC controversy is also of their own making.
Use them only when there is reason to expect they will deliver superior infrastructure.
The Supreme Court injunction is welcome, but limited.
Opposition to the Emergency was growing, even though the authoritarian regime seemed able to suppress it.
Budget signals change for those who voted in Modi: business and overseas investors, entrepreneurs and youth
Sex tests for athletes essentialise sexual differences, result in discrimination.
We need to scrap the loyalty test, restore dignity to the office.
Why the 21st century economy will be powered by people.
The Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation offers an innovative model of funding NGOs.
Vaidik interview with Hafiz Saeed is still to see the light of day, but portions of it have been leaked by ISI. Here are unofficial excerpts:
Behaviour change through product usage is not always easy.
The Congress is in a tizzy because of a mischievous tweet by Subramanian Swamy captioned ‘National Herald Part II’.
The mindset of India has remained mired in economic and political ideas that should have died with the fall of Berlin wall.
British historians cannot agree about the civil war after four centuries of debate.
What the UK is doing to my Pakistani relatives who live there.
2014 will be remembered as the year India comprehensively rejected its old mindset and changed course.
When media goofs up, it looks silly but real life blunders can be in deadly earnest.
Budget 2014 talked of developing career centres. We need to make them work
Ignorant chatter over his meeting with Hafiz Saeed detracts from its value
Focusing on private asset creation will only exacerbate its design and implementation failures.
Narendra Modi may soon find that there are costs associated with India’s “privileged” partnership with Russia.