Agricultural growth in Uttar Pradesh can be achieved by putting dairy in the lead role. State’s new chief minister has his task cut out for him
Rural India is woefully under-informed of how it can both transform sanitation and earn money
Adityanath’s long opposition to the ‘red revolution’ has many takers in Nepal
New NITI Aayog recruitment rules should trigger a revamp of the Indian state’s human capital
Past efforts at out-of-court resolution of Ayodhya dispute have been non-starters
Language and religion dominate voter preferences in Mumbai’s municipal elections
Foreign secretary level talks indicate that New Delhi and Beijing are on their way to resolving differences over India’s NSG membership
Eliminate the terrorist but talk to all other anti-state actors in Kashmir
Fifteen years after the 2002 riots, pain rankles: Losing my house, my neighbours, my community
The reaction of the public at large on the violent and threatening reaction to a peaceful protest speaks volumes about the culture of protest in India and the even more ironically the ‘acceptability’ of forms of peaceful protest.
Cricketer Virender Sehwag and actor Randeep Hooda took to Twitter to give their opinion on a Delhi University student who had posted a picture on Facebook and Twitter protesting against the ABVP.
MTP Act must be backed up with an appropriate social and regulatory environment
The ABVP aggression at Ramjas College can only be explained as a lesson intended for all universities
There is scarcely any field of economic theory that has not felt the impact of Kenneth Arrow’s seemingly complex models.
Telangana’s chief minister needs to focus on addressing perceptions that the new state has not delivered on its promises
Indian farmers are facing multiple crises. Punjab’s case highlights their problems.
Trump presidency has emboldened white nationalist forces. Kuchibhotla’s killing is a grim portent
Donors, international agencies are blamed for fuelling secessionist demands.
In 2017, there have been at least 55 mass shootings in the US, according to Gunviolencearchive.com. There have been 9,043 cases of gun violence.
Trump has had the most crowded first month of any President.
The ruling AIADMK fears that if the MLAs are disqualified, fresh elections would be held in their constituencies and could expose Sasikala’s unpopularity.
The Prime Minister is right when he says India cannot move forward until UP does. But forgets that in 2014, this state gave him the 73 seats he needed to get a full majority.
Jawaharlal Nehru University faces an existential threat because its founding ideas are the diametric opposite of the founding ideas of the RSS-BJP dispensation.
It is the system of unfair expectations that needs to be tackled — not victims of it that need to broken.
But Cressida Dick, the first woman to head the Met Police, has a tougher role
Increasing instances of animal-human conflict — as in Sariska — highlight the state of wildlife mis-management
Copyright law fixes royalties to singers. Don’t blame music firms for non payment
ABVP’s unchecked recourse to violence threatens spaces for free expression in the university — and polity
Narayan reiterated the need for reducing expenses on elections and said that it should largely be borne by the government.
As a Communist student activist, I was never attacked by your members. That was another era.
RBI’s obstinate refusal to cut policy rates, and the moving of its policy stance from neutral to accommodative, is not based on economic logic. Both headline and core inflation data argue for a rate cut
Maharashtra civic elections signal a deeper restructuring of political competition in the state
States obsessed with borders may even implode, making their people refugees
Vishnu Vichu’s facebook live video of two cops morally policing him and his girlfriend, marks a new chapter in journalism in India. Not only does facebook live function as a distress signal for the citizens, but through it Vichu also assumed the role of a citizen journalist
Nitish Kumar’s support to BJP’s demonetisation has to do as much with his stand against corruption and black money as with keeping alliance partner Lalu Prasad his on toes.
In the 21st century, films which are bold, provocative and re-sculpting the language of Indian cinema should be welcomed with open arms, not suppressed.
The workings of human societies illuminated numbers and economic theories in Kenneth Arrow’s work
Is that how the ruling party wishes to frame its bid for the vikas vote? It needs to ask itself this question
An agile strategy, an energetic chief minister — and a listless opposition — script BJP victory in Maharashtra civic polls
Many papers are giving indications that Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party could prove to be the dark horse
At Rourkela, Indira Gandhi said democracy did not mean a combination of two or more parties.