Army faces a tough mob in front of it. But it has more to fear from the mob behind it, egging it on
Lessons from the ’70s: How we tackled the food shortages
Government, security agencies must urgently address questions raised by the Assam fake encounter probe
K.P.S. Gill played a key role in carving Punjab's victory, though imperfect, against terrorism
A survey shows that it is numerically insignificant. The unusual attention that is being devoted to the practice is politically motivated and a waste of resources
Om Prakash Chautala, sentenced for a scam in education, finishes school. It could be a new beginning
Institutions for the arts need professional managers for a turnaround
Underlying the “triple talaq” questions are deeper issues about the nature of constitutional law in India.
The International Court of Justice must take a call on whether bilateral agreements override the Vienna Convention while deciding India-Pakistan face-off .
Despite all the talk of decentralisation, nothing does. Nobody owns the planning and development functions in panchayat samitis and gram panchayats.
Moments of respite from Hindi soaps and American shows.
Pakistan’s judiciary — historically, arguably, the most vibrant section of its civil society — has been crumbling under a weak state that cannot afford it protection.
In the mid 2000s, when Ekta Kapoor’s regressive K-serials dominated TV, JD Majethia’s satirical take on family with Sarabhai VS Sarabhai united viewers.
Digital services like Google, Facebook, are driven by ad-based models, and for these companies user data is doubly precious.
While India’s stated (and strong) opposition to BRI is that CPEC runs through the disputed Kashmir region, its nervousness runs deeper than that.
Prime Minister Morarji Desai stoutly defended Indira Gandhi against the former US president Richard Nixon’s charge that she had wanted to invade West Pakistan.
Rajinikanth’s playful mention of possibly joining politics stirs things up
He must dispel the impression that the Hindu Yuva Vahini can flout the rule of law and get away with it in UP
Refusal to engage cannot be long-term policy. India must frame a response to China’s Belt and Road initiative
The system is commended at the highest policy level, but is under threat in JNU
But India’s staying away from the OBOR mega show will not affect bilateral relations adversely
Demolition of the Hall of Nations signals a failure to engage with history and public memory.
The minority may be forced to reconcile to being second-class citizens. But will the majority enjoy a better life if the rule of law is forsaken by those mandated to uphold it?
“When this selective editing takes the turn of agenda reporting, hiding certain stories and overplaying others with sinister objective, then it becomes a problem”.
The story the party weaved was that Kejriwal was incorruptible, allowing him incredible and almost unprecedented electoral success.
Why is Rajinikanth waiting for a sign from above?
India’s objection to CPEC is extremely valid, but the moot point remains that we were not able to carry any of the big powers on the vital question of Westphalian sovereignty.
The nation prayed for the speedy recovery of Jayaprakash Narayan who is undergoing treatment at Seattle, USA
The WannaCry worm exposes the costs of reliance on discontinued and pirated Windows operating systems
Creation of integrated theatre commands will require sustained political will. It must be a phased reform
Namami Devi Narmade talks of people’s participation. But the rest is platitude
Draft rules for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act go against its spirit
Three years ago, Prime Minister Modi was elected to bring change. He has stepped up to his mandate.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is a wake-up call for India: Geography is tied to economics and strategy
On May 8, a photograph of IPS officer, Charu Nigam, in tears after an altercation in Gorakhpur with the local BJP MLA, made news. She need not have cried.
An aspect that requires discussion is the meaning of “rarest of rare” that is used to identify the category of offenders who may be sentenced to death.
The Chief Minister talked to the family in the drawing room and was photographed handing over a cheque to the martyr’s family.
The violence, which marked the civic polls in three of the seven municipalities of Bengal, is perhaps a reflection of the ruling Trinamool Congress’s desperation to hold onto power at the crucial grassroots level.
WannaCry: While computers in India have also been affected, there is a lot more to ponder for us as a nation, especially a nation that aspires for a Digital India.
The dragon is spitting repeated streaks of fire. How long can the elephant be left behind?
Home Minister Charan Singh agreed to continue as observer for the selection of Janata Party candidates for the UP Assembly elections.