In Tokyo this week, Modi framed an interesting antinomy in Asia.
On the verdict, an editorial says this “marks a significant trend of reversal from the patterns seen in the general elections .”
…Germany is affected too. That’s why its decision to pitch in with military and humanitarian support in the fight against the IS.
Incumbents in the state have an advantage. But it is difficult to use the results to cull out statewide or nationwide trends.
It needs to learn from the IITs, not impose its outdated norms.
Modi government has made tactical changes, not strategic policy shifts, to restart growth.
But will a nodal ministry at the Centre solve all issues in a federal structure such as ours?
In its determination to politically destroy Indira Gandhi, the party succeeded in hastening her return to power.
Rajasthan’s decision to ‘target’ free medicines and diagnostics is contrary to the recommended role.
Leading a protest movement that has been messy, inchoate and inconclusive, the 61-year-old is seen as having disastrously overreached.
Why we can’t copyright what exists in nature.
Planning Commission is dead. Its successor must focus on ideas over implementation.
It is not about size, scope or ideology. Rather, it is about getting things done.
Indian scholarship is doubly bereaved, for it has lost a fine teacher and a good man.
Bipan Chandra’s life celebrated the virtues of revisionism.
Chandra was a passionate historian, but he never let political affiliation get in the way of personal and professional ties.
For IITs, UGC should go back to its earlier practice of only listing names of degrees.
Shah Rukh Khan has spearheaded the trend, but others are not far behind. Here are the nominees.
To establish their supremacy, French kings wanted control over nature too.
We have war crimes as a new category in international law, for which there is an international court.
Congress persons are unanimous that Vinod Rai was a disastrous choice as the Comptroller and Auditor General.
Unless the licence raj goes, India will never build the institutions of higher learning that we so desperately need.
How well a film does at the box office has nothing to do with its intrinsic worth.
Modi can draw from history as he renews India’s engagement with Japan.
Creative talent in Hollywood is learning to sneak artistry and individuality into studio tentpoles.
U.R. Ananthamurthy was a writer who possessed two ways — his own and that of the other.
Can it demonstrate that its persistent counsel to the Hurriyat has advanced the cause of peace in Jammu and Kashmir?
The problem is not with ministers’ foreign education but with their attitudes towards society
Disturbing new trends have emerged in rape judgments
Since Modi has centralised power, the buck rests with him
President need not disclose reason for dismissing a governor, but a cause must exist.
Multi-edition daily Sahafat proclaimed in its front-page report: Political commentators are of the view that the magic of Modi has started losing its glow.
Recent economic logjam underlines need to remake the state for the 21st century.
For U.R. Ananthamurthy, literature, at all times, was a satyagraha.