A ‘normal’ monsoon prediction is welcome. But the real challenge farmers face today is not production, but prices.
In this season of cautious reform, Iran and Saudi Arabia host welcome moves towards greater freedom for women.
A march in Kodaikanal draws a line from Kathua to Unnao.
Despite a promising beginning, its bumbling in sensitive cases like Mecca Masjid blast case invites unflattering attention to NIA.
Kathua rape-murder case: The report in Organiser claims that the police harassed locals in an attempt to boost the morale of nomadic tribes, who live in the area.
The way in which the apex court has been run in the past few months is not just a matter of debate, but of acute public disquiet.
At one time, opinion in the Janata was for declaring Emergency only on the ground of actual or apprehended external aggression.
At 70 years young, Israel continues to develop in itself and with the world. It knows the importance of cooperation and mutual learning.
Debate on the forum can’t be about its past. It must be about its value for India’s international relations.
Caste and religious-based sexual violence against women and children by a dominant group is a well documented practice, apparently from older times in India.
India has undertaken to finance the construction of the Rs 30-crore Devighat hydro-electric project to meet the power needs of the Kathmandu valley.
Commonwealth Games has given India many new champions to follow.
The government has now completed nearly four years in office, presented five budgets and used up all the opportunity available to it to show results.
Pakistan Supreme Court verdict on Nawaz Sharif undermines gains made in institutionalising democracy.
How truth has been obscured in the narratives on chemical weapons in Syria.
Ram Kumar’s abstract art symbolised the journey of an artist who pursued silence.
Bhai Vaidya will continue to inspire. His struggle for equality will go on.
PM Modi’s meeting with the region’s leaders could end India’s neglect of a part of the world that has punched above its weight in diplomacy.
Outrage over heinous crime cannot be a replacement for strengthening rule of law. Civil society must start — and sustain — a debate on the need for improving the quality of policing.
Does any parent feel safe if his daughter is out late in any part of India, especially in metro cities? The answer is no. Isn’t every woman walking or driving alone considered fair game by otherwise seemingly harmless men? The answer is yes.
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Papa CJ started stand-up comedy in 2004 after his visit to the annual Fringe festival in Edinburgh. Since then, amongst various places, he has performed at the Sydney Opera House and also at gun-point in South Africa, he quips.