Padma Sachdev’s love for her mother tongue, and for the folk song, shone through her poetry and prose
With the doing away of several controls and regulations, consumers could finally choose and companies faced real competition
India’s indigenous aircraft carrier setting sail for sea trials is a historic moment, a big ticket example of atmanirbhar India
It’s a great game where everything can change in seconds, just like life
For decades, Indian hockey has been about bragging of past glory. Tokyo provides a glint of the future
Tiwari said this in his closing speech at the two-day conference of the state labour ministers, seeking to correct the wrong impression created by the Kerala Labour Minister A Mohammed.
The last two years have seen promotion of peace and democracy at the grassroots.
With low and uncertain incomes, families dependent on the informal economy do not have assured access to adequate and nutritious food. The pandemic has only aggravated this longstanding problem.
The ABVP seldom engages in arguments. It invokes pseudo-nationalism, religious insecurity or questions of caste and physically attacks and disrupts.
In the run-up to the Kargil war, the Pakistani establishment’s idea of its army’s position on the LoC was flawed
She’s got baggage, but the doll is striking out in newer directions
Rise in infection rates in pockets of country calls for increased vigilance, quickening pace of vaccination
Prem Shankar Jha writes: It would mean subsidising a small affluent section of the car-owning population, when there are better alternatives to fossil fuels available
Pratap Bhanu Mehta writes: It’s a bumpy ride ahead, with China seeking to displace America and remake the world order in its own image
For Kashmir, meeting of mainstream parties with PM in June broke political ice. That moment needs to be taken forward
Syeda Hameed writes: Since 2014, both men and women from the community have been victimised.
MY Tarigami writes: Abrogation of Article 370 delegitimised the mainstream political space in J&K. The aim now must be to reduce the massive alienation of the people
Jitendra Singh writes: In the last two years, J&K has moved forward on multiple parameters.
A study conducted by Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) in 2009 demonstrates that the all-India proportion of OBCs in medical education is 21 per cent, whereas that of SC/STs is 15 per cent. This abysmal representation is also reflected in academia
In Ashutosh Kaushik’s appeal to Delhi High Court, there is an opportunity to work out conflict between fundamental rights.
As growth strengthens and the RBI’s inflation-targeting credibility comes under greater scrutiny, a policy pivot would become increasingly likely.
Pandemic has slowed it down, needs of children cannot be addressed only online. Every stakeholder at the state, district, sub-district, block level has to take ownership of the policy.
The medal for claiming credit for Olympian achievements they have little to do with goes to the Indian politician.
The Centre and the Assam agitation leaders had made substantial progress towards a solution of the foreign nationals’ issue as they adjourned their two-day informal talks in Shillong.
In Birla’s letter to cabinet secretary, reminder of a once competitive telecom sector under siege.