The meeting called by Jagjivan Ram to consult his 200-odd supporters, mostly defeated Janata Party MPs, to review their association with the Janata Party will continue tomorrow.
Justice Srikrishna sees the shadow of Big Brother in reworked data protection bill. His concern is not misplaced.
Open-ended procurement of paddy and wheat at MSPs out of sync with market prices is unsustainable.
Case against 19-year-old Amulya Leona Noronha by Karnataka police points to outrageous misuse of sedition law in the state.
Post-Taliban order is breaking down in Kabul. Sooner rather than later, Delhi will have to revise its Afghan policy
The Soviet-backed government of Afghanistan proclaimed martial law and ordered a curfew in Kabul to curb a wave of “plundering and arson” by Muslim rebels, Tass reported.
Larry Tesler helped turn the computer from a tool for specialists to a species-wide prosthetic
The US will not participate in the Moscow Olympics since there is no sign that the Soviets will meet its deadline to remove troops from Afghanistan, the US State department spokesman, Hodding Carter, said.
Time-travelling to a Harappan kitchen is politically fraught in a country at war over food habits.
Conversation within Congress on its own decline is overdue, but those who are talking are part of the problem.
Unless government steps up reforms, public sector banks will continue to see erosion in their value.
Government-RBI relations are on a more even keel but central bank must tread carefully to safeguard the right balance.
Functioning of Foreigners Tribunals in Assam reveals the error-prone nature of the exercise of establishing citizenship.
The definitive sporting moment of the last 20 years may lie outside India.
Ayatollah Khomeini was reported to have transferred his post as commander-in-chief of Iran’s armed forces to President Bani-Sadr. The move stirred speculation that Bani-Sadr might move troops to the US embassy in Teheran to replace the militants who took some 50 Americans hostages 108 days ago.
Supreme Court ruling on equality of women army officers is enormously welcome and long overdue.
Moves like deportation of Debbie Abrahams will erode perceptions of India as a surefooted player in diplomatic arena.
Gurdaspur MP Sunny Deol has alluded to his on-screen powers to make a political point. This should not be surprising.
AAP government should think more carefully about spending priorities, rationalise its welfarist schemes.
Assigning an upper berth to Shiva is illogical, because he has transcended the plane on which berths exist.
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