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
Recent unrest in Kashmir owes to the undermining of the army’s powers by political authorities
There is an attempt to blame India for the current instability by those who sided with the monarchy 11 years ago
The government has ended a long political debate. Your body isn’t yours, so there
Madhya Pradesh decision to change its fiscal year short-circuits the debate needed for such a consequential move
Talk of Opposition unity, an anti-BJP front, is in the air. It is easier said than done
The Janata Party chairman announced the names of 31 persons nominated to the 40-member panel
ISRO’s South Asia satellite is a move towards using technology for diplomacy
The community has devalued its own vote by becoming captive to self-styled secular parties
News TV has ratcheted up the anti-Pakistan rhetoric
Making its dominance official disregards history, does disservice to the cause of promoting the language
It would know how it fritters away its own possibilities, people’s faith in alternative politics
When Yoga guru Ramdev Baba declared Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘Rashtra Rishi’, he gave him the pedigree of a God-like status.
The SP and Congress are also facing internal dissent with several leaders openly voicing their opposition to alliance.
In the Lokpal delay, absence of a leader of opposition is a red herring
Escalation in India-Pak tensions comes at a fraught moment —in the Valley, on the LoC and beyond
Current face-off between the executive and the judiciary in Nepal will further erode the credibility of both institutions
Marathas in Maharashtra experience a sense of relative deprivation. Reservation is not the solution
The current outrage over the proposal to tax agricultural income misses the point — often deliberately
BCCI threat to boycott ICC over revenue-sharing is based on alternative facts
The triumph of Aizawl FC underlines the need to celebrate and to nurture the small player on the football field
Taking note of the poor condition of farmers in the country, an article in Panchjanya comments on a recent demonstration of farmers from Tamil Nadu in Delhi.
Politicians speak a lot and raise many issues — but what happens when these words and themes are taken from somebody else’s speeches.
The desire to “break” news quickly is the psychological driver that frequently motivates people to forward fake news in their circles without verification.
In the past 15 to 20 years there have been a number of such incidents across the entire state.
The Turkish President suggested a “multilateral” dialogue to resolve the on-going Kashmir issue. Ironically, Turkey itself is mired in several controversial, territorial and border disputes.
Delhi is prepared to complement hardball diplomacy with a genuine effort to expand areas of cooperation with Ankara
Democracy hinges on the freedom to talk back. Under Trump, America is giving it free rein
SC ruling rejecting immunity to armed forces in ‘war-like’ situations has profound implications
The real estate regulation act is welcome. Now, states must urgently make rules to ensure speedy implementation
Regulators were meant to promote excellence in institutions. They didn’t
President Erdogan’s uncalled-for comments on Kashmir only draw unflattering attention to his own backyard
Opposition to vaccines may lead to outbreaks, like the case of measles in Europe
Its seeming illogic reflects an incapacity to perceive international realities
The day, in 2006, when India lost Nepal’s trust
Supreme Court reiteration that AFSPA does not offer legal immunity for extra-judicial killings is very welcome
Bringing agricultural income under taxation will hurt only a miniscule section of so-called farmers