Koreas take another step towards peace in the peninsula, seek to joint host Olympics.
The Dehradun school whose staff allegedly tried to cover up a gangrape acted against the law and their duty to students
Triple talaq law needed to undergo legislative scrutiny. By opting for the ordinance, the government lost a chance at nuancing it.
It takes an evolved sensibility to choose artists for fellow travellers on a journey to the moon
Honour killings test state’s commitment to constitutional morality that protects rights of the marginalised and minority
Mohan Bhagwat nuances Sangh’s line on Hindutva, identity. What will it take for swayamsewaks to act on it is the question
September 19, 1978, Forty Years Ago: US President Jimmy Carter, Egypt President Anwar Sadat and Israel Prime Minister Menachem Begin have achieved success beyond expectation at the Camp David summit, the newspaper reported.
Kerala government’s attempt to force employees to contribute for flood rehab contrasts with the voluntary spirit seen during relief
For seven years, an ordinary citizen was allowed to tweet what they wanted from the handle for a week, the only restriction being that they break no laws. There were surprises, of course, like the man who tweeted on the pleasures of self pleasure.
The Narendra Modi government, which was politically best positioned to bring about this and other probably more significant management reforms in state-owned banks, did little in this direction for much of its tenure.
External Affairs Minister A B Vajpayee was given a warm welcome when he arrived in the capital of Uzbekistan on the last leg of his eight-day official visit to the Soviet Union.
What’s a writer without his prizes? According to Murakami, it is the sum of his books, the breadth of his readership.
Report on the poor health of tribal communities raises questions about delivery of government programmes.
The Isro case leaves behind an important caution about national security, and a precedent for securing compensation.
Black superman Muhammad Ali outpointed Leon Spinks before a crowd of 70,000 to regain his World Heavyweight Boxing crown, the only man in history to do it for a third time.
Reluctance of Myanmar’s civilian leadership to speak up for a free media betrays its fear of the military, lack of conviction.
Government steps in to arrest its slide against the dollar. The panic over its depreciation may be uncalled for.
Sri Lankan President’s attack on airplane cashew nuts is passé, the punchlines on eating in the sky have been exhausted.
At a press conference in Moscow, External Affairs Minister A B Vajpayee said he had given a categorical assurance to the Soviet Union that “India would not normalise its relations with China at the cost of dependable friends like the Soviet Union”.
The Global Burden of Disease study shines the light on challenges for Ayushman Bharat.