Genuine independence of a central bank has to be earned the old-fashioned way — by performance.
Congress-RSS agitation in Sabarimala smacks of opportunist politics.
Both UK and Pakistan are dealing with effects of a radicalised Muslim population
Delhi’s bad air is an opportunity to underline linkages between the degradation of the Aravallis and the need for good legislation.
If Trump tries to abolish birthright to please his constituency, he would end the very idea of America
When narratives of hate violence go unnoticed on social media platforms
High court verdict on the custodial killings provides some consolation. But 30 years on, questions remain
Nasa has lost its pioneering planet-hunter, but TESS has already picked up the baton
Opposition parties may have to invest in a political narrative that has more than arithmetic to pose a challenge
India has displayed an ample supply of national self-confidence and pride in recent years. But the self-confidence has not translated into good public policy.
Ayodhya, the RSS chief’s Dussehra address and the BJP’s utterances on Ram Mandir have been discussed extensively in the Urdu press.
Despite its economic successes, Sheikh Hasina government faces political and social challenges as Bangladesh general elections approach
With the government and the sugar industry on a collision course, the Union Cabinet is understood to have approved an ordinance which will empower the government to take over sugar mills that refuse to crush cane this season. The ordinance is ready for the President’s signature on November 2. The decision to come down heavily […]
The success of Kerala’s 96-year-old literacy exam topper is a heartwarming tale of the triumph of individual will.
Supply-side reforms boost India’s profile, but red tape and opaque systems continue to pull back growth.
The convictions three decades after the massacre indicate that justice can be achieved if institutions deliver on their mandate.
As the number of its elderly increases, India needs strategies to deal with dementia.
As the liberal order declines, a polarised world full of majoritarian, intellectually insecure angst looms.
This is an incredible opportunity to build a better India Inc — fair and inclusive, where leaders make ethical decisions and women employees thrive.
Without Sardar Patel, India would have been a fragmented entity.
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Oxford Dictionaries said on its website Thursday that its research showed that this year more than ever, people have been using 'toxic' to describe a vast array of things, situations, concerns and events.