British pubs are open again for business, and the great institution has fuelled recklessness islandwide
Review of penal code, its statutes, is long overdue. Exercise must be guided by imperative of ensuring accountability.
That should be mantra for India as steps towards de-escalation are taken on LAC. China’s claim in Bhutan underlines why
Events in MP, Karnataka suggest further centralisation of power in BJP, like in the Congress
In anchoring development of COVID vaccine, ICMR must not do anything that undermines public trust.
Indian Railways opening up to private players in passenger services is a good idea — but there will be challenges ahead.
Saroj Khan recognised the power of the musical number — an opportunity for women to take the lead.
PM’s speech casts away any ambiguity of political response. A reassuring address to the nation — and a firm message to China.
Credible international coalition is a long way off. India must raise its voice against Chinese aggression, wherever it takes place.
Lawsuit against company for caste discrimination recognises malaise in diaspora. In India, too, equality is work in progress.
A strongman secures a lifelong lifeline, an inspiration to others who, no doubt, stand in line.
Eight persons were killed and 35 injured, two of them seriously, when about 30 armed tribal extremists ambushed a private bus at Gandhari, 10 km from Amarpur in South Tripura.
For now, action against match-fixing in sport is hobbled by lack of legal definition.
Nepal PM seeks to blame New Delhi for his discomfiture in office, his rivals are right in calling him out.
Extension of PMGKAY is welcome amid continuing economic distress. But FCI’s problem of plenty remains.
Lockdown has robbed artists of their canvas and stage, those in margins in small towns and villages need support
India’s decision to ban Chinese apps sends a clear message on the road ahead. There is need to tread firmly and carefully.
The announcement of the new agitation programme came from the All-Assam Gana Sangram Parishad and the AASU amidst faltering prospects of resumption of a dialogue to end the nine-month-long deadlock on the foreigners’ issue.
It’s a moment for moderate and mainstream parties and politics in the Valley that is waiting to be seized.
Hate speech can no longer be ignored, as economic sanctions drive point home to world’s largest social media platform.