What is it that we gain from listening to the likes of Abhishek Manu Singhvi (Congress) and Sambit Patra (BJP) discussing Sonia Gandhi’s birthmark?
First, India must clearly articulate its vision of what constitutes a smart city.
Our kings didn’t build systems to mobilise savings or mop up revenues. We haven’t learned from history.
How Europeans and Indians deployed myths regarding ancient Aryans in their various reform and nationalist projects.
The Supreme Court judgment that a Dalit Christian or Muslim who converts to Hinduism will qualify for reservation benefits if his forefathers belonged to a Scheduled Caste amounts to an incentive to ‘ghar wapsi’.
Can our political parties manage their internal affairs democratically, viably?
In television entertainment, it is goodbye Viranis, hello Shuklas and Mathurs.
India needs prudent compromises to achieve its health coverage goals.
Finance Commission initiated shift to greater federalism. But let’s hasten slowly.
This budget makes a radical new promise — policy will pray at the altar of jobs.
Real challenge for railways is to keep pace with a fast expanding economy.
By the turn of the 20th century, the subcontinent had nearly 15,000 km of railway track, in comparison to just 600 km in China.
Both form and content of GST Constitution amendment bill need to be re-thought.
Land markets are skewed by policies that urgently require correction.
Why Rajasthan’s recent ordinances limiting who can run for local office are flawed.