The IL&FS trouble exposes the weakness in financial regulatory architecture

Government has forgotten that children have a first right to nation’s resources

E-learning, smart tutorials make IT education accessible

Hussaini Brahmins, various Hindu figures mark Muharram

Cities at crossroads: No more cover-ups

Municipal authorities are opting for capping as a solution to the problem of mixed waste at dumpsites. Bio-remediation and bio-mining may be more desirable.

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August 29, 1978, Forty Years Ago: Government Retreats

August 29, 1978, Forty Years Ago: The government beat a hasty retreat in the Lok Sabha and withdrew its motion seeking leave to introduce the Constitution (Forty-eighth Amendment) Bill.

Kuldip Nayar By KP Nayar

I was an unintended beneficiary multiple times of Kuldip Nayar’s fame and reputation because I am his namesake, a Malayali journalist who spells his surname just as Kuldip Nayar did.

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To recover, Kerala needs to follow the ‘Build Back Better’ policy and become more accountable

The state stands to lose a historical opportunity to rejig its development agenda, and protect is people and assets after the devastating floods.

Fighter and candle-lighter

Kuldip Nayar’s lifelong work was to speak truth to the powerful.

The ordinance makes “triple talaq null and void” and will land the offending husband in jail for three years.
Dragon in the room

A year after Doklam, India and China are expanding engagement. They must also move on the border dispute.

The ordinance makes “triple talaq null and void” and will land the offending husband in jail for three years.
Rashtriya Janata Dal Upendra Kushwaha Rashtriya Lok Samta Party NDA govt

Food as political signalling: It’s a fine tradition that runs from Upendra Kushwaha to Gunter Grass.

August 28, 1978, Forty Years Ago: Clashes In Vizag

With Naval Petty Officer Bhatt, who died in the previous night’s clashes, the total deaths come to three, according to police, and five, according to non-official sources.

Ficci said the GDP growth of 7.7 per cent recorded in the fourth quarter of 2017-18 clearly shows that Indian economy is on an uptrend.
Fact Fighting

Statistical estimates on the economy are sacred and need to be treated as such.

Secular and communal

Look closer and see how these descriptions have less to do with principle, more with contingency.

The ordinance makes “triple talaq null and void” and will land the offending husband in jail for three years.
Dear CM Fadnavis

The best way to help farmers realise better prices is by ensuring more buyers — not by threatening them.

Supporting farmers, the middle way

Under a limited procurement system, government would procure excess farm produce and leave rest to be cleared at market price. For it to work, MSP must not be at a level to which market price will not rise.

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Raja Mandala: Privatising the Afghan war

US is debating use of private militias in Afghanistan. Can it prevail over Pakistani army’s hybrid war using the Taliban?

Chandigarh: Juvenile gets 20-year RI for rape-murder of 6-yr-old girl
Yes, Asia Argento Too

Her not being the ‘ideal victim’ must not be used to undermine her story.

Key challenge is to win people’s confidence: new J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik
A suitable governor

Being a politician, J&K’s new governor can be an effective interlocutor for reviving the dialogue process.

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View From The Neighbourhood: Time to govern

Introducing a weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinent.

Her rightful place

Schemes to develop skills, provide financial inclusion and uphold dignity are ensuring that women become a part of the growth story

The ordinance makes “triple talaq null and void” and will land the offending husband in jail for three years.
Undo the ban

Patna High Court gag order on Muzaffarpur shelter home case will come in the way of efforts to uncover state failures. It must be reviewed.

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On the Loose: May Day

It’s difficult to both, ask for, and accept help. Those lakhs of stranded people in Kerala who have lost homes and livelihoods must also face the frustrating modern conundrum, that not everyone who wants to help, may be permitted to.

The ordinance makes “triple talaq null and void” and will land the offending husband in jail for three years.
Foul play

Lead IPL investigator’s revelations raise serious questions about cricket’s court-monitored clean-up.

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