In Pakistan, Pathan youth are at the heart of a mass movement questioning state policies. Their methods hold a lesson for Kashmir’s young.
Bengaluru waterbody, Jakkur, restored by a citizen’s initiative, now stands to be deprived of water by a power plant, raising questions about making environmentally sound practices economically viable.
The editorial in Organiser asserts that the alliance is of leaders most of whom believed and practised dynastic politics, and a corollary of this family-centred approach is the appropriation of wealth through corrupt means.
Critics of Aadhaar are raising an alarm based on unfounded concerns.
The Shankaracharya of Jyotirmath, Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati, alleged that Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was involved in planting a nuclear device at Nanda Devi.
Policy paralysis of the UPA years has been replaced with inclusive growth, successful programme implementation, stress on equity.
Message of Cobrapost sting: Media subservience to power, its contempt for the citizen.
New questions have been raised about health of international cricket ecosystem — involving fixers, bookies, players.
Ireland vote on abortion is a ringing note of humanity in a world in thrall to tribal identities and religious fanaticism.
International treaties hold lessons for the Cauvery dispute.
Nitish Kumar’s prohibition policy is visiting pain on those it was supposed to help — the poorest and most disempowered.
PM Modi needs to assure the ASEAN that his participation in the Shangri La dialogue is a harbinger of greater engagement with the region.
A new Sri Lanka constitution being put into final shape by parliamentary committee will guarantee language rights to Sri Lanka’s 2.6 million Tamils, government sources said.
Government faces growing pressure due to rising prices. It must resist band-aid solutions.
Coming together of PM Modi, Hasina, CM Banerjee in Santiniketan underlined for India the unrealised potential in the East.
India and China are both wooing PM Oli, with different strategies.
How to cultivate indigeneity without hyper-nationalism
A single national agriculture market, promised by the BJP in its 2014 manifesto, remains a pipe dream. Can the government reform the broken APMC structure in the last year of its term?
As they respond to a long-ignored maritime imperative, Delhi and Jakarta find an anchor for re-engagement.
Rajya Sabha committee must look beyond the symptoms of dysfunction.
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.