Documents tabled in Parliament on Monday as part of the Interim Budget 2014-15.
Virat Kohli’s obsession with batting can even be discerned during practice sessions.
The Sam Pitroda committee report offers a starting point.
Penguin’s decision to sign an out-of-court settlement abandons the basic ethics of publishing.
Pre-legislative scrutiny is a first step towards greater transparency in law-making.
The abortion debate deepens political fissures at a difficult time.
A debt management office is a long-delayed idea. But it may need statutory backing.
Passing Telangana bill in the dark is anti-democratic. Lok Sabha speaker has a lot to answer for.
Where is the political, judicial leadership to stand up to attempts to silence the writer?
Concerns over age limits and number of chances for civil services are overblown.
In an article in the CPM’s People’s Democracy, party general secretary Prakash Karat says: “The regional parties constitute the bedrock of this emerging alternative.
A new study supports the idea that youth and innovation are less interlinked than we believe.
Public participation in the early life of the law is a welcome step forward.
It sends out reassuring signals on growth and fiscal consolidation.
FM keeps his word on fiscal consolidation. But promises for next year will be more difficult to keep.
Monetary tightening will only hurt growth. There are fiscal, administrative fixes.
No law can completely change a landscape of stigma and discrimination. But the new disability rights bill could mark a new beginning
Better auction design was key to ensuring that 2G spectrum did not remain unsold.
AAP has shown a penchant for the spectacular. Why that is not going to be enough.
There is much to learn from the success of the second Dhaka Art Summit
'The real success of a city depends on its ability to make available its facilities and resources equitably. Everybody who lives there must have access to what the city offers, be it housing, drinking water, healthcare, safety or educational opportunities,' says Sheila Dikshit.