Agricultural growth in Uttar Pradesh can be achieved by putting dairy in the lead role. State’s new chief minister has his task cut out for him
Rural India is woefully under-informed of how it can both transform sanitation and earn money
Adityanath’s long opposition to the ‘red revolution’ has many takers in Nepal
New NITI Aayog recruitment rules should trigger a revamp of the Indian state’s human capital
Past efforts at out-of-court resolution of Ayodhya dispute have been non-starters
The neta has become the anti-hero, mirroring a larger loss of faith in politics
In a post-Trump world, India can be an example of plural values.
Defence establishment must restructure itself, develop indigenous manufacturing
Once you start marching to tune of ‘Left Right, Left Right’, you’re mostly marching, not thinking critically
Winning municipal elections, particularly in Mumbai and Thane is crucial for Sena to recover ground in the state. It will give the Sena a lot more space to fight the BJP in the government’s decisions at the state level.
In this country, where conversations regarding women and their concerns are often eclipsed, there is alarming rise in the number of caesareans, feeding the healthcare industry’s money-making agenda
Last week, ISRO launched a record 104 satellites on a single launch vehicle. The bar will be raised further when India fires its most powerful rocket ever, the GSLV Mark-III
Demonetisation shows India’s social welfare measures like MGNREGS to be worryingly patchy
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.
BJP’s new statism now supplements RSS’s work at ground level. Demonetisation is an example.
Pakistan’s unrealised demographic dividend could add to its problems.
A physical test is mandatory to enter service. But does that mean the recruited police official will stay fit physically and by extension fit for duty till the time he/she retires?
Educational institutes in India have gained a notoriety for upholding and disseminating archaic ideologies pertaining to gender roles, relationships and gender identities. The Health Ministry’s kit challenges these very social norms and taboos.
During his agitations, KCR reportedly vowed to present gold ornaments to appease deities if his wish for a separate Telangana state came true.
Laws will have to change over time to take live streaming into consideration. Everyone has a smartphone and can go live at the click of a button these days.
To address rising NPAs, consider divesting government holdings in state-owned banks, including by strategic sales
Indian Express front page, forty years ago today.
Delhi blast acquittals raise a question: When will politics go beyond my favourite innocent vs yours?
For IPL franchises, market considerations are as important as talent
Ministry of health’s ‘Saathiya’ peer education for teens programme is enormously welcome. Let its spirit spread
The UP assembly election is getting louder and shriller.
With a reformist at the helm, Nagaland gets another chance to resolve tensions between tribal customs and gender justice
It underlines that the Narendra Modi government “has provided budgetary provisions so that ISRO just doesn’t stop at Mars but will now go to Venus too”.
Agencies charged with the upkeep and protection of Delhi’s historic buildings find little thrill in their job. They see heritage as a burden, are impervious to its magic.
Government, philanthropists and business can forge partnerships and blend financial models to achieve sustainable development goals.
Last year, the debate of having a Mayoral committee entered public discourse, when Shashi Tharoor introduced it into the Parliament as a private member’s bill.
There has been a surge of beautifully crafted, intelligently told Indian advertisements that either prod us to engage in sociopolitical issues with greater furor, or address issues pertaining to gender inequality and same-sex relationships
The ethics is knowing when to hold back and how to perform damage-control. In sexual violence cases, that should be done by strictly prioritising survivors over sensationalism.
Disagreements may cause conflict in the White House as Trump deals with a war veteran whose doctoral thesis ‘Dereliction of Duty’, published as a book in 1997 which won many accolades, questions the failure of generals of the Vietnam War.
News in history, forty years ago today.
Pakistan is the site of conflict between two understandings of Islam. Let the music not fade
It is in India’s strategic interest to engage Afghan insurgents
Cricket will miss Shahid Afridi, the crafty campaigner who never seemed to run out of steam