Those ‘rescuing’ Muslim women are also the ones undermining their agency.
Aggregate revenues have done well, despite headwinds, especially for less developed, consuming states
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.
WHO classification of gaming as an addiction points to challenges of intricate half-lives, lived out on consoles
The global start-up landscape is still dominated by the West. But a visible shift is underway.
BJP break-up with PDP may be political signal ahead of 2019, could augur hardening of policy. For J&K, an opportunity lost
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.
Chanda Kochhar’s stepping aside is belated. ICICI board must not drag its feet once probe findings are in
For the patchy beginnings of opposition unity to grow into something more, quantity must gather political quality.
Politics in Bengal is about total domination by Party, irrespective of party in power.
A new Niti Aayog report should occasion reflection and reform of systems of water governance in the country
If Delhi’s bureaucrats look partisan, they have themselves to blame. They can fix that
Reaction to Albert Einstein’s seemingly racist diary entries reveals much about the nature of adulation
Delhi saga showcases poison of recrimination, institutional subversion, pettiness at highest levels
For POCSO Act to effectively protect children, it should go beyond death penalty
The majority opinion at the meeting of the extended Congress Working Committee seemed to be that unity talks with Congress (I) should be discontinued unless the initiative for unity comes from Mrs Gandhi.
India has the chance to foster connectivity and strategic cooperation across Asia. Here, too, China seems to be racing ahead.
A pre-poll national alliance, as opposed to regional alliances, is not consistent with the autonomous aspirations of people. If it hasn’t happened naturally in the past, the BJP is now making it happen by usurping the rights of the states as it did in Delhi.
Narendra Modi devised an inclusive strategy in 2014. He reached out to the Dalit voters. He downplayed anti-Muslim sentiments. He modernised the BJP by remaking its image as a tech-savvy party with social media and holograms. This captured the youth vote.
India’s bumbling with Maldives is a warning — Delhi has few cards to play, seems intent on squandering even those
Writer-scholar Rana Safvi says it is imperative for Delhi to hold on to its cosmopolitan culture. Her latest book "The Forgotten Cities of Delhi" emerges at a time when there is a brazen attempt to re-write Indian history with demonisation of the Mughals.