As I did the rounds of government offices for a death certificate, I found that paperwork has a life of its own, a pace that cannot be hurried or resisted.
Rajasthan minister Raj Kumar Rinwa is tired of citizens and their complaints about rising prices. He has a suggestion.
Exceeding the high mark of 1924 by over a metre, the Yamuna has touched an all-time high level at Etawah, innundating the town and the surrounding 650 villages.
Insistence on transparency and a non-partisan attitude have marked Navlakha’s work.
Tomorrow’s India needs a new Charter of Freedom. Does Congress have the courage to sign on to it?
NC and PDP’s decision to boycott local bodies polls is unwise and counterproductive
Kerala government must fast-track probe against Jalandhar bishop Franco Mulakkal. Delay of due process is taking a toll
Serena Williams lost the day, Naomi Osaka won it. It’s a tale of two champions
Front page of The Indian Express on September 11, 1978
Decriminalising homosexuality may not remove the social stigma around it
Wealth lying idle in Kerala’s temples should be used to rebuild the state.
Punjab government doesn’t get it: Idea of blasphemy has no point of reference in Hinduism
After the floods, women’s group farms hold the key to reviving rural livelihoods.
In 2016, the RBI had been given a new mandate to meet its inflation target and maintain growth. Defending the currency at all costs isn’t part of the brief. This latest weakness will test its resolve.
For a society in the throes of turbulent change, however, even the most sacred of relationships has come under pressure.
Except that the professionalism of the judiciary tends to decrease as one climbs down the judicial institutional ladder.
Rupee has hit a low again but economy is not on a slippery slope now. Government should carry on being sensible, patient.
Imran Khan government’s cave-in to religious hardliners on appointment of Atif Rehman Mian sends out dispiriting signals.
A marriage course is a good idea
A weekly look at the public conversations shaping ideas beyond borders — in the Subcontinent. Curated by Aakash Joshi