Sri Lanka’s reparations law, long overdue, is only a first step on the long road to reconciliation
It’s a testing time for Pakistan. The economic crisis also presents its new PM with an opportunity to course correct
Reservation in Bihar Bihar government decided to promulgate an ordinance to vest the administration with statutory power for ensuring implementation of the provision for reserving jobs for the Harijans and Adivasis in accordance with the quotas fixed for them. The ordinance seeking to replace the executive order in force provides for reservation of 14 per […]
Corbyn recommends more teaching of colonial history. It might be traumatic to learn that Empire wasn’t a jolly good thing.
G D Agarwal’s life’s work was dedicated to the Ganga. His fast unto death is a sobering pointer to the failures of Namami Gange.
Government can ill afford to slip on fiscal prudence agenda due to spike in oil prices, slowing growth.
Addressing a news conference, Raj Narain said the enquiry had brought out some facts indicating neglect on the part of some doctors.
Segregation in schools militates against the fundamental purpose of education in a diverse society
Tennis establishment must know that on-court routines of entitlement are anachronistic and dispensable
The Indian Express’ front page on October 12, 1978
The onus is on India’s largest bank to demonstrate that portfolio purchase of NBFC loans rests on prudent commercial reasons
That’s the only way a government that takes pride in its concern for women can look them in the eye
The Indian Express’ front page on October 11, 1978
The most powerful eye on the universe has been put in safe mode, only for want of a space shuttle
Amid the anti-migrant violence in Gujarat, it must not — and must not be seen to — fish in troubled waters
CISF plan to move from ‘broad’ to ‘sufficient’ smiles is a fraught task. And it’s bound to make airports even more dreary
Parties that disagree with Sabarimala verdict must act responsibly. It must not become the pretext for polarisation
As Indian women sharpen a language to express their violations, Indian society and institutions must listen
The Indian Express front page on October 10, 1978
Anti-migrant violence in Gujarat is troubling, and a warning against a dangerous political narrative gaining ground