Trolls will be trolls but why are senior voices in the government talking as if a placard threatens national security?
Civic polls results indicate that the party has pushed Congress aside to emerge as the real challenger to BJD in Odisha
The Oscars has placed the Black story at the heart of the nation’s narrative
Telangana’s chief minister needs to focus on addressing perceptions that the new state has not delivered on its promises
Trump presidency has emboldened white nationalist forces. Kuchibhotla’s killing is a grim portent
But Cressida Dick, the first woman to head the Met Police, has a tougher role
Increasing instances of animal-human conflict — as in Sariska — highlight the state of wildlife mis-management
ABVP’s unchecked recourse to violence threatens spaces for free expression in the university — and polity
Narayan reiterated the need for reducing expenses on elections and said that it should largely be borne by the government.
The workings of human societies illuminated numbers and economic theories in Kenneth Arrow’s work
Is that how the ruling party wishes to frame its bid for the vikas vote? It needs to ask itself this question
An agile strategy, an energetic chief minister — and a listless opposition — script BJP victory in Maharashtra civic polls
At Rourkela, Indira Gandhi said democracy did not mean a combination of two or more parties.
She said lifting of the Emergency would impede the process of discipline and order achieved during the last 19 months.
The father of the PC thinks that if a bot takes your job, it should be brought into the tax net.
SC decision on surveys critical of judiciary is a step towards bringing contempt provision in line with spirit of democracy.
HRD ministry’s return to PISA is welcome. Now, use the comparative data generated to reform school education.
To address rising NPAs, consider divesting government holdings in state-owned banks, including by strategic sales
Indian Express front page, forty years ago today.
Ministry of health’s ‘Saathiya’ peer education for teens programme is enormously welcome. Let its spirit spread
With a reformist at the helm, Nagaland gets another chance to resolve tensions between tribal customs and gender justice
News in history, forty years ago today.
Cricket will miss Shahid Afridi, the crafty campaigner who never seemed to run out of steam
DMK has blotted its own copybook by trying to disrupt the confidence vote in the Tamil Nadu assembly
True, SP’s commitment to secularism can be tokenistic but the PM’s kabristan-shamshan opposition is troubling
Clampdown on free speech within the university — as in a campus in Jodhpur — robs it of its vital gift.
He refuted the charge of torture of detenus in jails.
New Delhi and Kabul need to remind the global community of dangers of turning the clock back vis a vis Taliban.
The rank and file of the CPI is unhappy over the party’s attitude towards the Congress, according to an analysis by Kuldip Nayar.
Virat Kohli’s team seems to hold the advantage, but there is little room for complacency
Bombing at Sufi shrine in Pakistan carries a warning: Terror is spreading into formerly insulated areas, with a new name
Army chief’s remarks on protesters raise questions. Equating them with terrorists is walking into the latter’s trap
In the interview, published on the front page of the newspaper, Mrs Gandhi said she did not think the time was ripe for lifting the Emergency.
Why all things ‘retro’ are here and now again
The State of Global Air report is another warning: Air pollution’s health effects cannot be ignored
Tamil Nadu’s new CM will need to calm a state roiled by uncertainty, while keeping together a turbulent party