The applause for Major Gogoi’s act needs to be examined, and the notion that savage force will solve the problem unpicked
Because there is little else that qualifies as family entertainment on TV
Instead of opposing China’s mega initiative, India should use it to play a leadership role in South Asia’s infrastructural and economic integration
In Jadhav case, ICJ shows creativity by balancing its powers with principle of state sovereignty and consent
The tying of Farooq Ahmed Dar to an army jeep on April 9, to protect the forces from stone-pelters, was the violation of a citizen’s fundamental rights, the constitution’s spirit
Its hard for a frustrated and aggrieved military to remain apolitical
The United States and Indian militaries are partnering like never before
The KKR train-wreck isnt even funny any more
The editorial in the latest issue of Organiser,titled Death of Ideology; Overtaken by Servile Flattery,observes….
1971 war hero Admiral S.M Nanda was a scrappy fighter and master strategist
Two years ago,self-styled moral policemen stormed into an exam of the famous Arts Faculty of the Maharaja Sayaji University at Vadodara.
Shekhar Guptas innovative Walk-the-Talk in a Dalit village was revealing. I wish he had done a similar programme with pockets of deprived Muslims….
Sorabjee raises a pertinent question. Any purposeful indulgence or reconstruction by judges is always welcome if it secures or protects the rights of the ill-treated….
Fixating on black money recovery is pointless. The only thing that works is real domestic reform
The multiplex revolution,the growing influence of ‘NRI’ audiences have transformed it beyond recognition. An astonishing array of new talent has emerged,the production is a lot more professionalised.
How will Sajjad Lone redefine the electoral dynamic in Kashmir?
The issue of backlog in Indias courts has been discussed threadbare. What needs to be done to reduce backlog and improve speed of dispute-resolution is also known.
Given US assertions that the nuclear deal has brought India closer to the NPT,the lead editorial in the latest issue of CPM organ….
As mammoth civilisational states,China and India have for long lived with imprecise borders. After they re-emerged as modern states during the last century….
Kalyan Singhs not the only actor in Babri Masjids long history of political collusion
After stepping up the heat,the Obama administration assures Zardari and Karzai that it feels their pain
Well,everybodys doing it,so why dont we? In the silly season of numerology,who has the numbers?
Shekhar Guptas advice to the BJP to switch from its sectarian Hindu Right mode to a centre-right mode will be endorsed by everybody looking for a viable two-party….
The LTTE is beaten. But will Colombo stop attacking its journalists?
All the warring groups stand to gain more from democracy than any alternative
Indoor air pollution is a serious health threat. Across India,72.3 per cent of households use the traditional fuels of firewood.
In tennis’s world order,Australia are clubbed with countries in the Asia zone,they refer to their home Slam as the Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific.
Lately a lot of excitement has been created by a political party wanting to bring back Indian black money deposited in Swiss Banks.
Illegal demands for dowry and cruelty against women are persistent evils in our country.
How will e-readers change the way we read and write?
One of these two parties has to go wrong on that fateful day.
When Priyanka Gandhis clothes became a major political story last week,I realised sadly that it was time for me to stop being a conscientious objector to dynastic democracy.
This election saw me perform a new task for my partys campaign.
At Los Alamos,when the first atom bomb was tested,Robert Oppenheimer recited the verses from the Bhagavad Gita…
The low electoral turnout in Mumbai,41.24 per cent,was shameful.
There is a story behind the usually reserved Rahul Gandhi agreeing to hold an open press conference for the entire Delhi media last…
Nepals former Maoist PM Prachanda mismanaged his coalition from the start.
Parties are silent about Indias fastest-growing groups needs