NREGA has been set back by poor programme awareness and uncaptured demand
Depiction of socially vulnerable subjects raises questions about the politics and ethics of cultural production
Efforts to measure learning outcomes are hobbled by disagreement on the instruments. But there is no one best way
A laser will zap space junk out of orbit. This is not a gag
In handing out death sentence, court must not be — or be seen to be — swayed by public sentiment
Election-eve turmoil in the RJD didn’t draw much notice. It should have
The AAP talks about change and accountability but, by the same logic, it has to be accountable for its own actions.
No point asking why Kejriwal is threatening the media. Where were the questions when he was playing them?
Kejriwal’s ‘scripted drama’ in Mumbai irritated Zee, which levelled some credible complaints too
The unfortunate incident in Meerut would have been forgotten had it taken place in normal times.
He has raised expectations that he can bring major change to the Roman Catholic Church
The press council report is the most exhaustive and detailed account of the alleged incident
By 2114, Putin will have joined the ranks of Tsar Ivan the Terrible, Tsar Peter the Great and Tsarina Catherine the Great
A dialogue between Moscow and Kiev is the best and only way out of the crisis
Index of industrial production and export data paint a sobering picture. There are no short cuts
The shift in emphasis of the faceoff — from secularism to governance — could be telling
For that, India must first recover growth momentum, invest in human capabilities
There are two other reasons for the evident distrust among minority institutional shareholders such as mutual funds and insurers.
As Jharkhand play Karnataka and Bengal play Railways today, the batsmen and pacers will be hoping they luck out on the right ground.
VideoDaku: Why he robs walls in the night
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.