To reform education system, provide a level playing field, regardless of caste, sex, or income. Stop subsidising higher education for the rich.
Events of 1984 still scar the Punjab mindscape. A People’s Commission and a Peace Memorial are needed.
Ambassador Marker helmed Pakistan’s embassies at a tough time in its history.
It’s time for signatories of Chemical Weapons Convention to re-affirm their commitment.
Will India remain a civilisational-state, post 2019, or continue its march to a unitary, ethno-religious entity?
Bhayyuji Maharaj’s suicide highlight pressures that overtake the spiritually inclined
Loose fiscal and monetary policies pushed India to brink of crisis in 2013. Wiser policy could avert it in 2018.
At the Ramakrishna Mission complex in Kolkata, a different face of the religion is visible from what is propagated by Hindutva
The fall of the Mehbooba Mufti government is only the latest instance. New Delhi’s policy towards Jammu and Kashmir has been to prefer rule by bureaucracy and fiat rather than by elected state governments
Rashtriya Sahara’s editorial, on the same day, notes: “By stating that a muscular policy cannot work, Mehbooba Mufti has perhaps indicated that the BJP wanted to establish peace in the Valley by using force, something that is practically impossible.”
On the football field and on Kashmir, there’s a lot of testosterone around
National Health Protection Mission will ensure that medical emergencies do not result in people falling into poverty
Every time Governor’s Rule has been imposed in J&K, situation has worsened, alienation has grown
With his 1960 classic, Hitchcock invented a genre. Two revived films relate to it in 2018.
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.
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.
The global start-up landscape is still dominated by the West. But a visible shift is underway.
For the patchy beginnings of opposition unity to grow into something more, quantity must gather political quality.
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.