India’s decision on hydroxychloroquine must be informed by global evidence, domestic needs.
During the lockdown, RWAs have taken to issuing diktats that annoy and inconvenience residents.
Acquittal of Omar Sheikh by court is more proof that Pakistan continues to play dangerous games with militancy, terrorism.
Even as India ramps up production of medical gear, it must add its voice to call for global cooperation on the matter.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 6, 1980.
It will need a clear set of transparent plans and fallbacks. States should hold the key.
Centre must urgently clear its dues to states, allow them to borrow more to tide over crisis.
Across sports, dreams are being downsized, goals and goalposts have changed.
Will they come back to play at Wimbledon — that’s a question.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 3, 1980.
New domicile rules introduced by Centre for Jammu and Kashmir are a let-down — both in substance and timing.
The criminal negligence by Tablighi Jamaat organisers undermines fight against the virus, hurts people — of all faiths.
The complete lockdown, while needed as a first step, is also causing huge hardships to people, especially those without jobs and food, due to lack of warning and very little planning. But lifting the lockdown fully and suddenly will lead to new outbreaks. I would suggest we go for strategic easing of the lockdown in a calibrated way.
SC is right, pandemic must be accurately reported. But, as court knows well, the official account isn’t the only one that matters
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 2, 1980.
For Bollywood stars in lockdown, household chores have been elevated to a performing art.
Governments should review revenue assumptions and expenditure allocations, curb non-essential spending.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 1, 1980.
Doordarshan re-telecasts Ramayan and Mahabharat for people to binge on — as they wait for Shaktimaan to deliver.
Exodus of migrant labour from cities is an enormous human crisis, and an impending economic one.