It is time that our politicians and diplomats got over the 1962 ‘syndrome’ and evolved a national vision towards ensuring security.
Two parties at odds with their leaders. Two leaders with a larger gameplan.
Issuing of bank licences should not be a matter that is referred to the Election Commission.
THE OLD IMPERIALIST Taking up the issue of the Crimean referendum that favoured Crimea’s joining of the Russian Federation, the CPM’s People’s Democracy says the referendum has been “endorsed as free and fair” by many international observers, but the US has shown its “double standards on democracy” on the issue. “Displaying the height of hypocrisy […]
The rapid deployment of multiple military assets by the Chinese armed forces in search of MH 370 underlined the PLA new emphasis.
SC lends its weight to calls for N. Srinivasan’s resignation from BCCI for the sake of a fair probe.
With independence day on March 26, the public mood is upbeat across the country. And yet there cannot be room for complacence.
Getting things done in skills needs unblocking traffic jams at the intersections of education, employability and employment.
This refers to the thought-provoking article, ‘Who’s afraid of Neville Maxwell?’ by Shekhar Gupta (IE, March 22).
To dismiss Queen Victoria as a bad mother is to ignore the evidence.
The pope’s panel to fight sexual abuse of minors by clerics is a welcome first step.
His mockery of death and devil-may-care handling of matters of life and god warrant only celebration.
SC reiterates Aadhaar data is confidential. A privacy law is needed to insulate scheme from controversy.
The BJP acquired a new power centre. Now, it is being compelled to rearrange itself around it.
Candidates from Varanasi must note: you can only ever own half the city.
Global caution, not sanctions, will check Russia and other unilateral actors.
No government can ignore the task of making young India job ready.
This refers to ‘RSS gives L.K. Advani illusion of choice’ (IE, March 21).
Relying overly on star candidates, parties also signal a loss of faith in themselves.
CPM is the first to promise to uphold sexual minority rights in its manifesto. Others must follow.
Writer-scholar Rana Safvi says it is imperative for Delhi to hold on to its cosmopolitan culture. Her latest book "The Forgotten Cities of Delhi" emerges at a time when there is a brazen attempt to re-write Indian history with demonisation of the Mughals.