Saurashtra and Services at Rajkot has had a 19-wicket day.
Assigning an Aadhaar number to 1.2 billion Indians may turn out to be the smaller challenge
In English,the -ed past-tense ending of Proto-Germanic,like a superior life form,drove out the Proto-Indo-European system of indicating tenses by vowel changes.
Keep the faith,self-appointed human rights liberal. Where would we be without you?
Recent assassinations of two members of the Haqqani network could indicate a rift with the ISI
Apropos of the editorial Better judgment (IE,December 30),it was wise of the Union cabinet to clear the proposal to grant the judicial appointments commission constitutional status.
On the urban street,disparate voices are forging a new politics
It was the year of political change. It has set the template for 2014
The authorities woke up when the crowds began swelling at the Amb Sahib Gurdwara in Mohali.
The six megalopolises account for over 23 per cent of Indias urban population.
The best magazine essays of the year
For the Test to fulfil its potential for great cricket,teams must be given more time to prepare.
Yogendra Yadav spent the most part of Christmas Day meeting individuals,nearly 60 in all,involved in peoples movements across the country.
This refers to the editorial Spirit of inquiry (IE,December 27).
In 2014,Delhi should focus on overlapping areas of interest.
Why a new player like Kejriwal can,but a PM aspirant like Modi shouldnt.
Federer may not be comfortable being forced to watch,rather than influence
The perspective of what’s good and convenient for rural women cannot be decided by urban women or by politicians who want to do good.
PM Manmohan Singh’s only lasting legacy in 2013 was to add to the collection of sardarji jokes.
Judging from Rahuls speech to FICCI members in Delhi,he appears to have seen the light.
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'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.