The leaders of the anti-reservation agitation in Gujarat rejected the state government to go in for another round of talks on March 22 and said that they would rather talk with Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
With proposed law, Centre arrogates power to itself, undermines Delhi’s elected government, goes against SC
Data suggests inflationary pressures are unlikely to moderate quickly. This may lead to MPC maintaining status quo
A dress code for politicians is not the cut-and-dried affair it is made out to be
Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has said that the reservation policy will continue till such as is necessary.
New government projects offer an opportunity to mainstream climate risks and nature-based solutions in development.
Ronaldo conquers record set by Pele, and continues to inspire and evoke awe
Minuscule presence of women candidates in Kerala assembly polls reflects poorly on state’s political mainstream
The fortnight long hijacking episode came to an end with the surrender of three Pakistani gunmen to Syrian authorities.
As anti-coup protest death toll climbs, moral dilemma for the world, including India, is sharpened
Poll alliance with Congress ends political isolation of AIUDF, so far treated as ‘Other’ in state’s politics.
It makes clear it is neither military alliance nor anti-China coalition. Broad-based agenda makes forum more sustainable.
Libya reversed its decision to grant asylum to three Pakistani hijackers and 54 freed political prisoners, imperiling a swap operation designed to release more than 100 hostages held aboard a commandeered jetliner at Damascus airport.
Current spurt of infections calls for flexibility in vaccination strategy, and intensification in areas grappling with surge.
With revenues falling, states have curtailed capital expenditure. But economy requires more spending support.
Resignations in UK media in aftermath of the Harry-Meghan interview are a disturbing extension of ‘cancel culture’.
Kerala CPM retires 33 sitting MLAs ahead of polls. It will have to persuade cadres and voters that it means well.
By slowing down the internet for social media sites, Russia has found netizens’ greatest weakness — a lack of patience.
Increasing FDI limit in insurance will facilitate greater investment, bring in technical know-how, lower costs.
AAP’s ‘deshbhakti’ budget attempts a nationalism reset. Flag-waving patriotism must not lead to exclusionary politics.
The three Pakistani gunmen holding over 100 passengers of a PIA plane hostage have scaled down their demands to seek the release of only 45 political prisoners.
Inner-party ferment compels BJP to replace chief minister, and underlines political instability in Uttarakhand.
The image of a nun kneeling before the police in Myanmar is a reminder of the courage of ordinary people.
With Pakistan declaring its determination to not yield to any blackmail and the skyjackers of a PIA plane with 120 people overbroad threatening extreme measures, if their demands are not met, the eight-day old hijacking drama seems headed towards a grim conclusion.
Tamil Nadu parties’ poll promise of wages for domestic chores has a regressive ring to it.