Divya is Chairperson, social media and digital communications, Indian National Congress. She tweets @divyaspandana
BJP’s defence in the NaMo app controversy is toothless, and laughable
Despite the contrasting developments in Cauvery and Indus, the grievances in both are similar and have common cause.
I stand by my remarks. I see no reason to withdraw them or apologise.
Ramya visited Pakistan earlier this month to attend the first SAARC Youth Parliamentarians’ Conference.
Government regulations should focus not just on infrastructure requirements (such as toilets) but on actual learning outcomes for students across all schools.
The majority of our children – those outside the purview of the small number of private pre-schools – discover that the education they were offered was a bridge made of paper, taking them nowhere.
We are accustomed to a blitzkrieg of people selling, selling, selling to us. But should we accept this in our politics?
We need to strengthen our local environmental agencies that regulate urban construction, waste management, and protect our water sources.