In its orchestration and inflammatory appeal, the current campaign shares similarities with Hindu revivalist projects in the 1920s in UP.
The media should encourage a fresh regional perspective on the Northeast that captures its reality.
The JAC does not address any of the concerns that purportedly plague the collegium.
New Delhi must make up its mind on Beijing’s invitation to jointly build the new silk roads in inner Asia and the Indo-Pacific littoral.
A blanket ban would not violate religious rights of any individual or community.
Behind the CSAT furore lie vested interests of the teaching shop industry.
Political will to let it mature has been absent. That is not its own failing.
A headlong rush into PPPs will only leave a trail of disputes, renegotiations, corruption.
Pakistan plays a role in the story of ISIS founder Abu Musaab al Zarqawi.
PM’s style has sparked enthusiasm in bureaucracy — and some unease.
Government doesn’t get it. Problem is not decision making, but state capacity.
In the Gopal Subramanium case, it is not just the executive, but also the judiciary that appears to be disrespecting the constitutional principle of judicial independence.
To revive growth, policy and institutional reforms are necessary. Begin with modernising the tax system.
Some channels did not apply brakes to their coverage; instead they allowed their imagination to run wild, perhaps beyond the limits of decency.
That’s what you need after a 56-inch chest delivers you a majority. Modi knows this as he takes a national stage and makes it global.