AIADMK may need to reinvent itself to maintain its preeminence in Tamil Nadu politics.
RBI had limited leeway in terms of changing rates. Focus must now shift to quickly regaining growth momentum.
Virat Kohli wrote 2016’s most influential tweet — and helped social media keep it real.
Shinzo Abe visits Hawaii at a time when the world order inaugurated by Pearl Harbour attack is changing.
For the people of Tamil Nadu, Jayalalithaa was the mother, the giver. The adulation she received was hard-won.
Navy must fix accountability for the accident in Mumbai. Much depends on it.
The world is reacting in shock to Bertolucci’s revelations, but it is no surprise.
Centre needs to address concerns of the states post-demonetisation to ensure smooth GST rollout.
Verdicts in Austria and Italy show that the Continent is still an open battleground.
Post demonetisation, the RBI has a tricky choice and a consolation.
The government has taken this step under the Antiquities and Art Treasures Act to curb the export of art works of these four artists.
The inventor of the Big Mac had deserved international fame in his lifetime
The root of the problem in Nepal has been the leadership’s top-down approach to writing a new constitution
Mamata Banerjee makes herself, rather than demonetisation, the issue
Dynamic Trump-Sharif duo have fruity intercontinental chat. There will be consequences.
Nalanda University was meant to serve as an example. Now, lessons must be drawn from its failures.
National capital is a melting pot of communities. It is welcome that political parties are recognising it.
Football must face up to the crisis brought on by revelations of rampant child sex abuse.
The attack in Nagrota raises serious questions about security measures taken, warnings heeded. They must be answered.
Forcing someone to play — or to hear — the national anthem is an insult to its very idea and promise.
Indian pharma industry must put its own house in order. It must be monitored stringently.
Britain’s princes rework their relationships, including with the media.
Mamata’s demonetisation politics signals recognition of opportunity in national Opposition space, her bid to seize it.
A school board has finally turned against the current and embraced popular literature.
The Nabha jailbreak highlights a larger Punjab Police syndrome.
Their stepping out of the Opposition box to support demonetisation is a welcome reminder of political complexity.
Challenge for government: To earn back trust, not brush warnings under black carpet.
Fidel Castro represented both the highs and lows of twentieth century Left politics.
ICC is isolated in its repressive moves against so-called ball tampering. It’s not without reason
Myanmar leadership’s failure to address the problems of the Rohingyas is glaring
Stonewalling Parliament and calling critics corrupt undermines the government’s big idea
Continued denial of civil liberties and democratic rights of the people is the cause of the present unrest among the people, Charan Singh said.
The report said Canton authorities were retrieving all the documents criticising Deng.
Pope Francis has not changed church dogma on abortion. He has signalled women who make the choice deserve empathy.
NGT’s directive for environmental audit of government buildings can achieve little in a country with weak norms.
As General Raheel Sharif retires, Nawaz Sharif has a challenge and an opportunity.