Chinese Communist Party’s centenary celebrations are set to pay homage to thoughts of Xi Jinping. It’s not surprising.
There are questions about Ken-Betwa project — some raised by SC committee. MP and UP governments must revisit report.
Scenes in assembly, confrontation over police bill, frame unwillingness of Nitish government to negotiate with Opposition.
This is the front page of The Indian Express published on March 25, 1981.
Pandemic popularity of squishy toys in America is a symbol of the drought of touch worldwide.
New vehicle scrappage policy reflects awareness of pollution concerns. It’s also in sync with effort to reduce road accidents.
SC ends uncertainty over loan moratorium, bad loans classification. Second wave of infections sparks fresh concerns.
The anti-reservationist medicos from Gujarat have evolved four formulas to end the deadlock on the complex issue of reservation of seats at the post-graduate level in medical colleges.
Sagar Sarhadi wrote films rich in lyricism and complex women characters.
SC guidelines warn judiciary against practice and language that trivialise sexual crimes against women. It is welcome.
The strife in Myanmar is impacting the Northeast, Centre needs to discuss concerns flagged by Zoramthanga.
According to a report from Ahmedabad, the agitating medicos have announced suspension of their agitation.
Leaders of national Opposition parties agreed with the Prime Minister today agreed with the Prime Minister that the withdrawal of the anti-reservation agitation in Gujarat was essential for finding a lasting solution to the problems faced by the medicos.
State government must clean up mess in Mumbai Police. For process to be credible, it needs a new Home Minister.
India and US appear set to expand security partnership. Powerful dynamic in their favour also faces political headwinds.
Treading heavily on identity issues in Assam, BJP poll campaign gives the lie to rhetoric of ‘sabka saath’ elsewhere
There have been many false dawns in India-Pakistan ties. Yet India must not miss the opportunity for a break with the past
Isolation has potentially fatal consequences for an endangered bird species, which has forgotten its song
Craven surrender by Ashoka’s founders inaugurates its slide, shows how private capital is unable and unwilling to stand up
Work of 2021 Pritzker Prize winners, Lacaton and Vassal, shows that radical architecture doesn’t need to be spectacular.
Delhi survey signals continuing stress in labour markets. More policy support is needed
The Lok Sabha tonight passed a unanimous resolution proclaiming its firm commitment to the national policy on reservation as has been laid down in the Constitution.
Kerala HC ensures NCC can no longer shut its doors to trans-persons. It’s a significant step towards gender equality
Monetising public sector assets could ease financing constraints, pave way for sustained investment push
Uttarakhand CM Rawat starts on a low note, finds root cause of social ills in tattered jeans and exposed knees