This football World Cup entwined the two in never-before ways
Maharashtra’s move to regulate food prices in movie halls is misguided. It could push back the multiplex revolution
The CWC also decided against an alliance with the Janata Party or accepting its support in forming a government in the state.
Rising cases of leprosy among Adivasis call for urgent public action.
US president’s criticism of the West signals breakdown of consensus on economic globalisation. Delhi must be flexible in dealing with this reality.
By undermining Parliament, government is curtailing the role of the Opposition
Labelling Opposition as pro-Muslim coarsens public debate. Political leadership must reflect on this in an election year
Congress does not have to be pro-Muslim to regain lost ground. Its policies towards the community need to be guided by the democratic principle of inclusiveness laid down in the Constitution.
The companies that have got us hooked must be on the hook for better solutions
As a country, we failed to seize the opportunity to invest in excellence despite the stated aim.
Threats to the multilateral trading system are worrisome. But that shouldn’t stop India from focusing on exports
Nawaz Sharif’s arrest is a sobering portent ahead of a Pakistan election associated more with a sense of foreboding than hope
The paintings were discovered in cave number six and 17 during the clean-up job by the chemists of the Archaeological Survey of India.
India’s sexual minorities need not only decriminalisation but rights and protections
SC’s Delhi verdict affirms: Constant repair and renewal of constitutionalism is prime function of adjudication
The former Pakistan PM was convicted of corruption “not directly”, since no definitive proof of disproportionate assets was uncovered, but via the “indirect method”.
Sharia courts are an alternative dispute redressal mechanism that responds to the decline of the civil justice system, and addresses the needs of the poor.
India’s team feels the pain of not qualifying, but the World Cup shows the power of self belief in changing a squad’s fortunes.
Political divisions on this issue run through both the ruling party and the Opposition. The process of leaving has a time limit, which ends on March 29, 2019. The UK has to negotiate with the European Commission.
Kishor took credit for Narendra Modi’s success in the 2014 general election and Nitish Kumar’s victory in Bihar in 2015. However, he had to eat humble pie when the Congress was routed by its worst margin ever in Uttar Pradesh in 2017.