Joint Opposition front will depend on May 2 outcome. And on ability of parties to make common cause beyond anti-BJPism
Pakistan rollback of decision on trade with India exposes its internal faultlines, reverses gains made by both sides
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 2, 1981.
A bit of gibberish on Twitter from US nuclear monitoring agency caused panic. But nonsense is hardly the worst social media sin
Concerns raised about Covaxin by Brazil’s regulator must be addressed promptly, and transparently
Government retains inflation target at 4 plus/minus 2 per cent till March 2026, signalling commitment to price stability
A question to be asked of France’s museum for terror victims: Will it heal a divided nation?
Protests here paved Mamata Banerjee’s road to power. This time, her opponent is more of her own making.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on April 1, 1981.
SC ruling in Tata-Mistry case brings welcome clarity on rights of minority shareholders.
Indian cricket team’s triumphs against England were spirited. They will reinforce self-belief.
Refusal of passport to former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti invites questions about state arbitrariness and vindictiveness.
Assault on BJP MLA shows lumpens rush in when saner voices stay away. Farmers, Centre, state need to break political silence.
Assam faces a major constitutional crisis with the Centre refusing to accept Anwara Taimur’s defeat in the state assembly on budgetary demand as “censure” and the Opposition contending that the government has lost the confidence of the House.
Talks to end the 83-day strike in Gujarat ended in failure in Delhi with the state’s Chief Minister Madhavsinh Solanki asserting that “reservations are non-negotiable”.
Second wave of pandemic demands attention. Policymakers need to be agile in improvising vaccination strategies.
PM’s Dhaka visit conveyed right signals. Delhi must ensure movement on Teesta pact, a win-win for both sides.
A gigantic freighter blocks Suez Canal and underlines how much the global economy still runs on grooves left by history.
SC ruling in Tata-Mistry case helps group to move forward, shines light on gaps in corporate governance.
Pandemic risks undoing hard-won gains in women’s empowerment. Governments must pay urgent attention.
Negotiations for breaking the deadlock on the reservation issue entered a crucial phase with Gujarat Chief Minister Madhavsinh Solanki stepping in to persuade the rival medico groups to come to an agreement.
Re-imagined ‘Justice League’ has wiped out sins of the original. Amid a pandemic, many may want to re-edit their lives
Passing of GNCTD Bill frames Centre’s hubris, reverses gains in Delhi’s quest for statehood, undercuts federalism.
In forcing nuns off a train, railway and UP police officials surrendered to vigilantes. They must be held accountable.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on March 26, 1981.