The Supaul incident highlights the decline of the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya — an education scheme that has waited in vain for a long-term policy to guide its progress.
Sarah Hyder, an International relations and law researcher, argues in Dawn that granting them citizenship “will not solve the problems of refugees”.
No belief system is worth veering to the extremes for. The political history of countries like Russia and Saudi Arabia bears testimony.
Offence is not always the best form of defence.
Pakistan’s Chief Martial Law Administrator and President, General Zia-ul-Haq, speaking at a news conference in Peshawar, dismissed a reported suggestion that visa between India and Pakistan be abolished.
Women are speaking and they are angry. There’s a new language of dissent.
In Gujarat, violence against migrants represents a reconfiguration of the state’s ideological repertoire.
RBI resistance to a separate payments regulator frames the question: Is government trying to fix what isn’t broken?
Amritsar’s Dussehra tragedy was preventable. But the blame-games miss the wider abdication of responsibility.
With #MeToo we are in a much more intense phase of the Revolution which is sweeping India.
The government is searching for a reliable replacement for CBI chief Alok Verma, who retires in January next year.
A young man representing these two parties appeared on television channels and attempted to mislead believers and argue against women’s entry.
There is much that can be done by MeToo pioneers to improve conditions in the workplace for these most voiceless and vulnerable of India’s working women.
While ‘Right to Education’ vastly expanded enrolment of children, not enough attention was paid to the quality of the schools, the teachers and the instruction.
Scientists have argued for bifurcating India’s time zones. But will the trains, then, run on time?
An artificial intelligence is helping a novelist finish his sentences. Where’s the element of surprise?
RSS chief’s Dussehra speech, his demand for a Ram temple law, belie hopes of a softer, more moderate RSS.
October 20, 1978, Forty Years Ago: PM Morarji Desai pointed out that approaches between China and India had begun at the time when Mrs Gandhi was the prime minister.
#MeToo has dissimilar graphs in India, US. But both societies are opening up.
There is no glasnost. The same consistently confusing politics manifests itself as the core project of RSS.
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