Cricket needs to look at itself honestly in the mirror, shine the light on its blind spots
A ‘celestial’ body with Chinese characteristics will shine over Chengdu by 2020. It’ll be the city that never sleeps
Supreme Court’s time limit on firecrackers is welcome. But the problem calls for sustained action, wider ownership
The Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty is likely to be initialled under strong pressure from the US.
A proactive effort from municipalities and citizens towards recycling of construction and demolition waste will go a long way in curbing pollution.
CPM’s handling of Sabarimala issue indicates its antagonism to religion, tradition.
Indira campaign Indira Gandhi made her first major speech of the election campaign in Chikmagalur, not only defending herself in familiar terms against the charge of Emergency excesses but also attacking the Janata Party government. Addressing a modest gathering for nearly 75 minutes, Mrs Gandhi joined issue with the Centre on its China policy, gold […]
Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) is susceptible to heavy police misuse. It must be repealed.
India needs to bring structural changes, reset targets, influence global policy and choices.
Anthea Bell infused her work with an effervescence that enhanced the writer’s voice while making space for her own.
Women are speaking up. Now institutions must listen and respond.
Its past record shows that it is incapable of resolving its own problems. The Supreme Court should step in.
Reactions to both the #MeToo movement and the Sabarimala verdict signify profound contempt for — or fear of — the female body.
Jamal Khashoggi’s murder bares the sharp differences between Saudi Arabia and Turkey. US has its work cut out in resolving the conflict.
The Supaul incident highlights the decline of the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya — an education scheme that has waited in vain for a long-term policy to guide its progress.
Sarah Hyder, an International relations and law researcher, argues in Dawn that granting them citizenship “will not solve the problems of refugees”.
No belief system is worth veering to the extremes for. The political history of countries like Russia and Saudi Arabia bears testimony.
Offence is not always the best form of defence.
Pakistan’s Chief Martial Law Administrator and President, General Zia-ul-Haq, speaking at a news conference in Peshawar, dismissed a reported suggestion that visa between India and Pakistan be abolished.
Women are speaking and they are angry. There’s a new language of dissent.