Restoration of full internet in J&K is a welcome step in a longer process, which must include respecting mandate in DDC polls
RBI maintains status quo on rates. And signals continued support to the economy
If the truths DN Jha uncovered contradicted widely-held social notions, he was willing to risk the ire of the believers
Parliamentary committee flags concerns on DNA profiling bill. More debate on the proposed law is needed
By linking passports, jobs to protests and social media posts, Bihar and Uttarakhand take a disturbing, illiberal step
India goes into the home series against England with a different confidence, a new post-Australia aura
With its plate already full, the Centre has frozen the pending boundary disputes between states.
Cancellation of port deal is unfortunate but Delhi should move on, press pedal on other diplomatic issues
Finance Commission has taken a judicious approach in weighing competing needs of Centre and states
Embedding spikes on street, railing against a couple of celeb tweets do not a resolution make
The Supreme Court today ordered status quo in the controversial transfers of the two Chief Justices – Justice M M Ismail of the Madras High Court to the Kerala High Court and Justice K B N Singh of the Patna High Court to the Madras High Court.
Those finding echoes of fictional dystopias in memes involving a dance video and Myanmar’s coup seem to miss the irony
Government’s order on international seminars in universities reeks of distrust, stifles freedoms. It must be withdrawn
In many cities and towns, LIC employees held rallies against the ordinance which was described as calculated aggression against their hard won rights.
From the cumbersome suitcase to the convenient tablet — the budget has shaped up
Financial sector proposals in Budget address specific concerns. Much will depend on how they are structured and executed
Against a fraught backdrop of Covid distress and farmers’ protests, Budget 2021-22 does what economy requires it to do, sends out much-needed message: Government means business
Army seizes power, turning clock back in Myanmar. India must leverage its influence to persuade it to step back
Incidents of stone throwing and arson continued even during the hour-long march by the army, which is stationed on the outskirts of the town.
Chanting slogans, the students, including the main office bearers of the students’ union, got into the police vans peacefully. Later in the day, the police ordered all the 1,700 students, including 800 hostel residents, to vacate the campus.
Supreme Court order on Omar Sheikh underlines that on terror, Pakistan cannot be expected to do the right thing.
A year on, virus seems on the retreat. But it has revealed gaping holes in social security system which must be addressed urgently.
‘Doomsday Clock’ is closer to apocalypse than ever. It is the parochialism of nation-states in the face of oblivion.
The Economic Survey argues for higher public spending as a means to attract private investment, boosting economy.
Weaponising the law to book farmers government had engaged with, throwing IPC at journalists, is not policy. It won’t work.