Gawker.com, which frequently flew dangerously close to the Sun, was shuttered last month — the denouement to a tale of breached privacy and a billionnaire’s wrath.
At a time of extraordinary churn on campuses from Hyderabad to Pune, Kolkata to Delhi, a look at the student elections’ map through some top universities.
Who is this negotiator at international Summits such as the ongoing G20 meeting at Hangzhou? What role does the Sherpa play in the negotiations?
Sedition is a cognisable, non-bailable and non-compoundable offence under the law, entailing life imprisonment as maximum punishment, with or without a fine.
Abantika Ghosh explains how the lifesaving anti-allergy auto-injector device works, the uproar in the US, and the situation with allergies in India.
Raghuram Rajan says the new mobile payments interface will be part of the revolution in Indian banking; he and Nandan Nilekani reckon it will lead to better outcomes in transactions over the next few years.
Central trade unions have called a nationwide strike today to protest the government’s announcement of a hike in minimum wages for workers. Why are they angry?
On Sunday at the Vatican, Pope Francis will declare Mother Teresa a saint of the Roman Catholic Church.
Govt must learn from mistakes in onions and potatoes, agriculture should be spared of bearing the burden of its inflation targeting.
The Ministries of Consumer Affairs and Law have approved changes in the Consumer Protection Act to provide for a jail term of up to 5 years, apart from a penalty of Rs 50 lakh for false and misleading ads.
Child trafficking data, released for the first time, show a very high incidence in West Bengal, Assam and Bihar.
In developed nations too, there is low take-up of leave by fathers, especially when it is offered in the form of “parental leave” — something that Maneka Gandhi warns against.
Indian Express explains the background and motivation for the Mamata government’s move to change the name of West Bengal, and the next step on West Bengal’s road to Bangla/Bangal/Bengal.
Real reform will come when, like in many other countries, the Budget is just a statement of receipts and expenditure, rather than the massive, secretive affair that it is in India now.
Mihir Shah spoke to Indian Express on what it says, and why some recommendations are being contested.
Sushant Singh spoke to experts and submarine veterans to look at the impact of each of the 10 kinds of data breaches that The Australian newspaper reported last week.
The closure of the magazine removes a platform that the regional think tank felt was its 'own'.
On Aug 30, Narendra Modi will dedicate to the nation an irrigation project that he launched as CM of Gujarat 4 years ago.
In many families, when a child is born out of surrogacy, not even immediate blood relatives of the couple get to know, for fear of both social ostracisation.
In its present form the Bill may end up denying millions of Indian women the opportunity to take advantage of advancements in medical science.