National security is at stake. The political storm over extension of BSF's jurisdiction is uncalled for
Menaka Guruswamy writes: There are plans for greater deployment of AI and harvesting of our data for various purposes. The lack of any rights paradigm, data protection law in this context is deeply unsettling.
Rajiv Pratap Rudy writes: The government can now shake off the allegations of protectionism, foster fair competition, rid the civil aviation market of distortions, and enhance the opportunity for travel.
It is biased towards CBSE curriculum and gives unfair advantage to students from privileged backgrounds.
They seek deregulation by reducing scrutiny over certain decisions to deforest, thereby weakening safeguards.
To focus on developments in Sri Lanka,the chief minister of Tamil Nadu called a bandh on Thursday….
India must move fast to counteract Chinese naval plans
Sinhala and Tamil politicians must appreciate how the LTTEs defeat changes everything
SEBI Chairman C B Bhave tells The Indian Express Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta on NDTV 24×7s Walk the Talk that the recent rally notwithstanding,markets are still not out of the woods… and that investors must be careful while putting in their money
The kid-glove treatment that much of the media reserves for the Nehru dynasty and its nominated Prime Minister is one of the many troubling lessons in what is wrong with our democracy.
At the best of times it is a bad idea to allow bureaucrats to run a country.
When Pandit Nehru was Congress leader,he won three elections in a row and thus he had two full terms where the same Party…
Our political leaders would do well to heed the admonition of dear Father Bonet to the students of St. Xaviers School,Bombay.
The Congress high command is incensed and the Gandhi family deeply hurt over Sanjay Dutt spewing venom against the party on the campaign trail…
Even as the LTTE is crushed,it is important to understand how ruthless the Tigers were
In a report in The Guardian on April 16,the day India had its first round of polling,Randeep Ramesh enlightened his reader…
Indias refusal to induct China into the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium was prompt.
I can never endorse violence; I have always condemned violence in any form,whatever the justification.
What are elections without free speech? So,lets celebrate the political analysis of the NDTV panelist…
The unrest in the strip straddling the Durand Line is relatively new compared to that in Balochistan.
The perils of all scientific research being geared for profits
The squeamishness about sex education doesnt square with our outrè pop culture
The ongoing brutality in Sri Lanka is the worlds business
Lalu Prasad belongs to the contemporary band of politicians whose sole aim is the acquisition of power (The rift deepens,IE,April 23)….
How Somalian instability is fuelling pirate attacks
Theres an air of panic about Mayawati. Is that all about caste?
The choice for the topic this week was between a real-life fairytale and the parliamentary elections.
The shock waves haven’t stopped after a British tabloid claimed that Rubina’s father Rafiq Qureshi tried to sell her for nearly 300,000 dollars to the tabloid’s reporters.
The editorial in the latest issue of Organiser titled SIT nails the mother of all canards Fabricated Evidence,Imaginary Incidents,Cooked-Up Killings….
The Indian Premier League,version 2.0,has begun on a damp note. Will it recover?