Precisely when the social media leader needed to reassure users, it has laid itself open to charge of misleading lawmakers
On the Iran nuclear deal, players lack the moves to deal with a vexed issue
First group of Saudi women to receive a driver’s licence mirrors an overdue change. But are civil rights by decree sustainable?
The Janata Party was heading for fresh trouble with Raj Narain demanding reconstitution of the national executive and the central parliamentary board of the party.
The editorial argues that the voting pattern clearly suggests that in a constituency like Kairana — in which the BJP secured over 50 per cent of the vote in 2014 with a 73 per cent voter turnout, only 45.7 percent votes could be retained with a 54 per cent turnout in the bypoll.
Incessant political violence in West Bengal casts a shadow over Mamata Banerjee’s record as CM, her claims to a national role
Even as the visit stokes outrage in some circles, no swayamsevak has expressed reservations about a Congress stalwart on an RSS platform
BJP-led government might be good at coining acronyms but the people know that it has only marginally built on the legacy of Congress-led governments.
Centre must look it in the eye, without delusion or denial, in order to address and combat it effectively in J&K
Congress legislators question its Rajya Sabha preferences, call for better representation for youth. Party must not turn a deaf ear
Let’s empathise with Indian football captain. But why should fans crowd stadiums to watch tournaments with few thrills?
Front page of The Indian Express on June 5, 1978
It is time the pattern of training, system of evaluation, of civil servants is debated
We urgently need a strategy to reduce demand for petroleum products and push substitutes
China’s maritime strategy calls for a paradigm shift in India’s defence-industrial programmes. But declining budgets, dysfunctional acquisitions could stymie strategic necessities.
Anti-RSSism must not obscure that it is part of an organised smear campaign
At Shangri La dialogue, New Delhi showed that it is backing up its rhetoric on Indo-Pacific with concrete action.
Whatever one’s opinion of the value of the CBSE or ICSE curriculum, a 90+ score is an indication of how hard a student is willing to work for something, which is a trusted predictor of success in life in general.
Kairana result speaks not just about Opposition unity but also about the Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh
Front page of The Indian Express on May 4, 1978.
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.