They will continue to be told, even if FIFA changes the rule. What’s a game of football without some outrage?
As new push for peace in Afghanistan gets underway, India must prepare for challenge of sitting at high table.
While working to rehabilitate and support manual scavengers, one of the first steps should be to recognise the women engaged in this work and prioritise their needs.
Alamgir had demanded the release of 43 prisoners as a condition for the release of the hostages. Earlier, they had demanded the release of 93 prisoners.
Meghan Markle-Prince Harry interview highlights just how ill-fitting an institution House of Windsor is in modern times
As Sasikala retreats from electoral battle, onus is on Edappadi Palaniswami to prove his leadership credentials
Her struggle is no longer just for a foothold in public spaces, but to demand change, drive it. Hers is an irreversible force
In a crucial year for India-Bangladesh ties, Delhi must not lose the moment, or take Dhaka for granted
The Americans’ freedom left three other women on board the aircraft – an elderly Pakistani woman who has refused to leave her son and two airline employees.
There is a strong case for EPF rate being retained at 8.5 per cent. It also calls for greater transparency from body administering it
That’s what a GoM on communication seems to believe — and what its echo chamber faithfully reflects.
Haryana’s local employment law is shaky on constitutional grounds, risks driving capital away from state
The Railway Minister, Kedar Pandey, announced a series of concessions to railway passengers’ fare from 10 per cent to 5 per cent.
The estate of Dr Seuss is wrong in withdrawing six of his books. Let’s not play censor for future generations.
People around the world are finding hope and relief in the uniquely Punjabi expression of celebration
Freedom House downgrade is a cue for government, institutions, civil society. Brushing it under PR carpet won’t work
Promising efficacy data will ease hesitancy about Covaxin, place inoculation drive on surer footing
On Soviet Union President Brezhnev’s invitation to a summit, Reagan said, “I think it would help bring about such a meeting if the Soviet Union revealed that its moderate its aggression.
Power breakdown in Mumbai last year exposes vulnerability, points to new front. It should serve as wake-up call
A Pakistani International Airlines official in Kabul said that the negotiators had arrived and already contacted the two or more hijackers who commandeered the Boeing to the Afghan capital.
Sexual harassment of TN IPS officer is a test case. Flagrant misconduct must not go unpunished
India’s Bopanna and Pakistan’s Qureshi are playing together again and it’s a fine tale to tell
There was an eye on the future so as to establish a precedent to not look into the affairs of the previous government.
EU has enacted a ‘right to repair’. But there is no law to regulate the love of the new and shiny
As borrowers and lenders turn wary, banks will have to build capital buffers to withstand Covid shock, lend to economy