FM’s announcements signal government’s willingness to respond to ground reality. But long-term impact remains to be seen.
Opposition protests on abrogation of Article 370 frame the incoherence within its own ranks.
The gun salute at Jagannath Mishra’s cremation was a damp squib, and he went silent into that night.
The Reserve Bank of India has announced several measures to achieve the objective of controlling the increase in bank credit with a view to combating inflationary trends in the economy.
State government needs to frame a plan to address the fears of those excluded from the NRC
Food for thought: Never before have Marie and Parle G served as markers of an economic slowdown
The Indian Express' front page on August 23, 1979
Government must create the framework for a quick and orderly resolution of financial firms
Case against P Chidambaram must proceed strictly according to the law, and must be seen to do so too
In hearing clutch of petitions concerning Aadhaar and social media, Supreme Court must be guided by its own ruling
Jagannath Mishra was the last stalwart from a time when Bihar could conceive of an upper-caste Congressman as CM
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on August 22, 1979.
The Indian Express' front page on August 21, 1979
Composer Khayyam’s oeuvre is a rare combination of originality and versatility
Despite an imminent US-Taliban ‘peace agreement’, no light is visible at the end of the long Afghan tunnel
Centre needs to re-evaluate its expenditure priorities. States should have the autonomy to decide on theirs
The resignations of the Janata ministers were handed over to the chief minister, Parkash Singh Badal, by the state Janata president, Yagya Dutt Sharma this afternoon.
The relentless jeering of Steve Smith showed a mirror to the dark underside of the game
Defence Minister’s remarks on no-first-use signal to Pak, China, that old rules constraining India in Kashmir don’t hold
Phone tapping controversy in Karnataka reveals absence of checks and balances in state’s political and police systems