The vision for vocational training is on its last legs. Those in-charge have forgotten to take education into account, indulge in petty turf wars.
Archaic laws, more recent state legislation do not address the most important issue: What should their role be?
Stan Lee wedded a galactic scale with relatable characters. His stories paved the way for many of today’s progressive conversations
Hall of Nations-Nehru Pavilion must be rebuilt as a tribute to his vision of India.
New US sanctions can hurt Iran. But they also risk alienating young Iranians from America
India’s rise in ease of business rankings, and other reasons to celebrate
Remembering TN Srinivasan, an economist with a commitment to honesty, and a bond forged in music.
Winning this one is no feather in the cap for the Indian Army.
India slips in global RTI ratings. But is the ranking system flawed?
Its strategic and economic importance has grown. New Delhi must not be slow in coping with this transformation.
Current forms of urban politics construct a new aam aadmi: The relatively privileged white-collar professional who feels he has been denied his rights due to ‘appeasement’ of the poor.
Maharashtra needs to urgently address gross inequity in irrigation water distribution to deal with drought situations.
Asia Bibi, a Christian accused of blasphemy and sentenced to death, was acquitted by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on October 31.
There has been only a marginal increase in the direct tax to GDP ratio after demonetisation. And the economy didn’t need to suffer for digitisation.
The heavily flawed policy decision continues to adversely affect us
During World War I, Indian troops spread across the Ottoman empire, helped lay the foundations of West Asia as we know it
In a modern, middle-income, growing country, high real interest rates hurt the economy — and the people
Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana will catalyse changes in the health sector. It is not a substitute for a foundation built on primary care.
The routines, stratagems, denials and traps in Indian workplaces still make easy mobility and maintaining dignity difficult even for the most talented young female journalists
For 15 years, the Maharashtra government has done its best to shield policemen accused in the custodial death of Khwaja Yunus.