Psycho analysis: How Hitchcock's 1960 signature runs on two 2018 releases

NHPM will ensure medical emergencies do not result in people falling into poverty

On the football field and on Kashmir, there’s a lot of testosterone around

Cauvery Authority’s challenge lies in forging federal consensus on Centre’s role in inter-state rivers

Telescope: To 2019, with machismo

On the football field and on Kashmir, there’s a lot of testosterone around

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The state is taking healthcare

National Health Protection Mission will ensure that medical emergencies do not result in people falling into poverty

June 21, 1978, Forty Years Ago: Janata deadlock

Pakistan has sought India’s support for the membership of the non-aligned group of nations. Since one of the conditions for joining the Non-Aligned Movement is that the country should not be part of any multilateral military alliance.

A betrayal in the Valley

Every time Governor’s Rule has been imposed in J&K, situation has worsened, alienation has grown

Psycho Analysis

With his 1960 classic, Hitchcock invented a genre. Two revived films relate to it in 2018.

River, state and Centre

Cauvery Authority’s challenge lies in forging federal consensus on Centre’s role in inter-state rivers. This could guide the making of a policy on river water sharing.

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Trilateral terms

Delhi’s knee-jerk reaction could be explained by its intense suspicion about “third party mediation” between India and Pakistan.

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David over Goliath

In this World Cup, the traditional powers are being forced to prove themselves all over again.

American nightmare

Trump Administration’s dehumanising treatment of immigrants carries long-term political and moral consequences

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With Saviours Like These

Those ‘rescuing’ Muslim women are also the ones undermining their agency.

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GST, a buoyant force

Aggregate revenues have done well, despite headwinds, especially for less developed, consuming states

Growth in the machine

If done right, artificial intelligence can jump-start India’s productivity, help the country get out of the emerging economy trap, propel it into the ranks of nations that matter.

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Playing too hard

WHO classification of gaming as an addiction points to challenges of intricate half-lives, lived out on consoles

Look who’s starting up

The global start-up landscape is still dominated by the West. But a visible shift is underway.

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Unhappy Ending

BJP break-up with PDP may be political signal ahead of 2019, could augur hardening of policy. For J&K, an opportunity lost

From Janata war to Congress unity talks to Zia-King meet
June 20, 1978, Forty Years Ago

The Janata Party feels that because of infighting, their otherwise satisfactory performance has gone awry and the impression has gone round that nothing worth while was happening.

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The right thing

Chanda Kochhar’s stepping aside is belated. ICICI board must not drag its feet once probe findings are in

Arithmetic to chemistry

For the patchy beginnings of opposition unity to grow into something more, quantity must gather political quality.

TMC sweeps violent Bengal panchayat polls, BJP is distant second, CPM and Congress trail
It isn’t just Trinamool

Politics in Bengal is about total domination by Party, irrespective of party in power.

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Water for thought

A new Niti Aayog report should occasion reflection and reform of systems of water governance in the country

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