Inquilab, in its editorial comment on September 7, writes: “Undoubtedly, homosexuality is a very old disease. Holy texts of India have mentioned it as such.”
At the US Open, Serena Williams was on the wrong side of the rules.
In the years that India has grown fastest, its share in the suicides of women worldwide has skyrocketed.
By rejecting homogenisation of cultures, Supreme Court’s verdict on Section 377 has upheld the rights of religious minorities.
Top-down, centrally managed policies oppress India’s education sector. More autonomy, radical restructuring of goals, enlightened leadership are necessary for a turnaround
If farmers are to be paid remunerative rates, the best way to do it is not through distorting but by liberating the markets.
The flood situation in Malda and Murshidabad remained more or less unchanged, according to latest official reports.
BJP chief is right, Akhlaq’s death may not have lost party votes. But is this the victory ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ stands for?
Bharat Bandh was all over the place, Masterchef Australia turned a corner.
In Rafale case, Supreme Court has to weigh the imperatives of public debate against its stated position of discouraging frivolous PILs.
Former RBI governor points to the several guilty in the bad loans mess. Government must listen to him.
Three years after the murder of Mohammad Akhlaq, there is no remorse in his village. There is a sense of menace.
From name-calling and threatening war, Trump-Kim have come a long way. This story is far from over.
Speaking at a lunch in honour Atal Bihari Vajpayee in the Kremlin, Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko said China’s aggressive designs and hegemonic policy were increasingly manifest now.
Law panel’s recommendations on personal law are selective, ill-judged.
Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code showcases an NDA syndrome: Policies implemented without analysis.
The 9/11 in 1893 was represented by Swami Vivekananda, a Hindu and Bharatiya, at Chicago in the Parliament of Religions where the message of love triumphs hate. On the other hand, the 9/11 of 2001 was represented by Islamists who disseminated the message of violence and division.
Insensitively implemented in Assam, extension of NRC to other states would only magnify a disturbing situation.
India’s economy suffers from systemic failures. The major responsibility lies with a decade of high interest rates set by RBI.
Delhi government has made a new promise. Its success, and failure, will be tracked in a fast urbanising country.