Reluctance of Myanmar’s civilian leadership to speak up for a free media betrays its fear of the military, lack of conviction.
Government steps in to arrest its slide against the dollar. The panic over its depreciation may be uncalled for.
US sanctions have pushed the country’s economy to the brink.
The novel Korkai has shown that the consequence for those who do not move with the times to make changes in their lives, mindsets, approach to profession and way of life is their downfall.
Factional splits are the norm rather than exceptions in Indian politics. This is not because there are deep ideological differences among the parties. The trouble is that they are all alike.
There are enough straws in the wind to indicate that former BJP president and Union minister Nitin Gadkari is feeling the chill even though, officially, both pro and anti camps deny rumours.
The consequence is that the government revenue has become oil-dependent, government is loath to give up easy revenues, and there is mounting anger among the people as prices of petrol, diesel and LPG soar every day.
Instead of competing to distance themselves from big business our political leaders should explain to the people of India why a company that produced 40 per cent of our copper was forcibly closed by the Tamil Nadu government.
A new state of democracy report records a significant dip in India’s record on civil liberties, personal integrity and security, freedom of association, media integrity, gender equality
RBI data has confirmed that demonetisation failed in its stated goals.
BJP’s attack on the Nehru-Gandhi family and Congress’s dynastic politics is hypocritical.
Sri Lankan President’s attack on airplane cashew nuts is passé, the punchlines on eating in the sky have been exhausted.
At a press conference in Moscow, External Affairs Minister A B Vajpayee said he had given a categorical assurance to the Soviet Union that “India would not normalise its relations with China at the cost of dependable friends like the Soviet Union”.
The Global Burden of Disease study shines the light on challenges for Ayushman Bharat.
But don’t let l’affaire Mallya pave the way for return of unfair motif of businessman-as-villain, taint enterprise itself.
Islamabad’s writ has disappeared from 60 per cent of Pakistan’s territory.
Why do India’s hockey players, and its cricketers, freeze at the finishing line?
When Serena Williams was right in principle but not on the particulars, and who helped the kingfisher fly
To be the ideal protester in the Capital, just do as Delhi Police tells you to do
Right to be forgotten in proposed Data Protection Bill poses a threat to press freedom and RTI.