Government’s response to the Jallikattu protests sets a worrying precedent.
A dictionary for aurally-challenged is welcome. For the disabled in India, many more barriers need to be dismantled.
Targeted by trolls, the young actor seems to have found her real-life fighter’s instinct.
The party formed by the coming together of the Old Congress, Jana Sangh, BLD and Socialist Party, will have three general secretaries.
This day, forty years ago.
J&K assembly resolution on Kashmiri Pandits is a reminder of work yet to be done
New US president’s slogan of ‘America First’ skirts the real issues dividing the United States
This day, forty years ago.
Yuvraj and Dhoni show the younger players how it is done
Environment ministry cannot be an obstacle to development, nor merely a clearing house for projects
With growing stakes in America, India must prepare carefully to deal with its new regime
Jayaprakash Narayan welcomed the decision to hold the general election, but said he was sorry that “in her characteristic way she (Indira Gandhi) has again been unjust to the opposition by giving them very little time to prepare’’.
On Israeli settlements, the United Nations Security Council ignores core issues
To deal with an unpredictable US, India will need to be more skilful, less a prisoner of the past
As with hilsa, so with all else: The tiniest holds the greatest promise of growth
Shiv Sena casts its net wider for the BMC polls. That’s welcome
Ordinance may not be a good idea while the case is in court. Protests point to the limitations of reform by diktat
Bhangar is a throwback to the politics Trinamool Congress stoked as a party of the opposition.
Centre does well to show flexibility, paves the way for GST rollout from July.
Mrs Gandhi gave the indication of elections to her Cabinet colleagues at an emergency meeting of the Cabinet.
For N.D. Tiwari, at 91, a new phase of his political career may have just begun.
Akhilesh Yadav has the party and the symbol — and the burden of change.
Saying he saw no threat from India to Pakistan, Saxbe warned if US sold a billion dollars worth of A-7 attack planes to Pakistan, it would upset the rather precarious balance of power there.
Disappearances of activists and bloggers move civil society in Pakistan back to the edge.
MP government’s anti-liquor plan smacks of overreach and confused policy.
Sushma Swaraj’s Twitter diplomacy is exemplary, that’s why her threat to Amazon jars. Das may just have retirement blues.
The boat tragedy dents Nitish Kumar’s claim to good governance in Bihar.
As circuses struggle globally, America’s oldest troupe calls it quits.
The authorities also took away thousands of wreaths put at the Tiananmen Gate in memory of the later premier, Chou Enlai.
New Delhi’s frustration with Beijing ought not lead it into a too-quick embrace of a US-led military alliance
Panel proposes making English compulsory in schools, but more steps are needed to improve learning outcomes
The announcement of elections may not come as a surprise because with the release of many detenus, including some MPs and legislators, there is an impression all over that elections are round the corner.
Tata Sons chooses an accomplished insider to steer the group after Mistry’s stormy exit. He has his task cut out
Supreme Court does well to underline again: prior restraint on media violates Constitutional guarantee of free speech
A traditional dish gets a new take, with invention spicing up modern cooking
In a report filed by a news agency, Mrs Gandhi was earlier quoted to have said, “In some states parties were formed for no idealistic reason but because of personal rivalry.”