The IL&FS trouble exposes the weakness in financial regulatory architecture

Government has forgotten that children have a first right to nation’s resources

E-learning, smart tutorials make IT education accessible

Hussaini Brahmins, various Hindu figures mark Muharram

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Much in a name

Government orders use of Scheduled Caste, not Dalit. The move lacks sensitivity to history and context

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Just do it

Nike’s new campaign starring Colin Kaepernick is a refreshing inversion of conventional ad wisdom

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Theatre of absurd

Tamil Nadu BJP president has done everything in her power to prove the case of a student who raised slogans against fascism

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Building a community

Delhi needs to match its political commitment to integration of Bay of Bengal with concrete policy action

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The 8.2% message

A recovery seems underway. But private investment is yet to pick up, and all engines of growth are still to fire

Our last respect to Atal Bihari Vajpayee, a giant politician with exceptional oratory skills and a dedicated swayamsevak, who ruled over the hearts of countless Indians.
Pakodas for the general

Vajpayeeji gave incredible freedom to those who worked with him.

Forty Years Ago, September 4, 1978: Delhi floods threat
Forty Years Ago, September 4, 1978: Delhi floods threat

With the heavy rains in the catchment areas of the Yamuna, Paonta in Himachal Pradesh has recorded a level which is estimated to be 4 metres above the 1924 record level of 5.85 metres.

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Kohli and the rest

It’s been a story of personal redemption for India’s captain. Sadly, his team could not keep step with him

In letter to PM Modi, Imran Khan says owe it to people to resolve J-K dispute
Raja Mandala: Imran’s Pompeo test

Pakistan’s new PM has stumbled on foreign policy in a bid to play to the domestic gallery. His challenge will be showcased during US Secretary of State’s visit.

Higher mountains to scale

For India’s champions at the Asian Games, the Tokyo Olympics loom large

Dalits are everyday victims of lynchings, rapes and violence.
A Nation’s Sin

Dalits must be addressed with genuine sensitivity, not hypocritical benevolence

New target in the Valley

There is a concerted effort to pressurise J&K police. Security forces must not fall into trap of a tit-for-tat fight

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View from the neighbourhood: Time to work

“The only question now,” according to Khurram Hussain’s August 30 column in Dawn is when do the “optics” end and “the work begin”? Pakistan is waiting, says Hussain, “for that moment when one sees key members of the cabinet beginning to gel together as a team, when the language of the prime minister and his […]

Forty Years Ago, September 3, 1978: Zia-Desai Meeting
Forty Years Ago, September 3, 1978: Zia-Desai Meeting

Pakistan Chief Martial Law Administrator General Ziaul-Haq has said he had “good, friendly and very fruitful” talk with the Prime Minister Morarji Desai at Nairobi, Radio Pakistan reported. He said his 45-minute talk with Prime Minister

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Open the black box

A closer look at framing of policy on Institutions of Eminence underlines need for greater vigilance, more transparency

Five Sutras For 2018

The holistic philosophy of Vedanta is urgently needed at this critical juncture

Imran Khan all but certain to become Pakistan PM as cracks appear within Opposition ranks
Three men & a possibility

Kuldip Nayar and Vajpayee rejected narrative of Partition for India-Pak. Imran Khan can rewrite the script

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Passing the baton

India will remember Jakarta Asian Games for the change of guard they have signalled

Court to the rescue

The higher judiciary has become the bulwark against hate crime in India.

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Ode to the Code

Etiquette evolves but basic manners stay the same.

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