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‘Moral Superpower’ Sweden Should Not Forget Nehru And Gandhis In Its Eager To Sign Deals
Apr 16, 2018
Hang Rapists: The Easy Way Out For A Society And Politicians That Don’t Want Change
Apr 15, 2018
Would The BJP Nudge The RSS To Appoint A Dalit Or Adivasi As Sarsanghachalak?
If the government actually sides with the Dalits, they are smart enough to know this. Spending two nights in a village will not be needed
Apr 08, 2018
It Is Water Not China That Has Ruined Nepal’s Relations With India
Two thirds of Nepal’s total trade are with India only. Not only that, more than 90 percent of landlocked Nepal’s exports and imports transit through its large southern neighbor.
Apr 07, 2018
A Terribly Flawed Methodology Takes The Sheen off Medical School Rankings In India
None of the top-class government medical colleges of Kerala participated in the survey that trusts data provided by the college
Apr 05, 2018
Delhi Is Planning Congestion Tax On Busy Roads, But Will It Work?
Delhi isn't Singapore or London. Of the hundreds of cities in the world that suffer from traffic congestion only a handful have been able to introduce it
Apr 02, 2018
High GDP Growth, Biggest Economic Reforms Prove Hung Parliament, Not Majority Government, Is Best For India
The weakest period of economic growth in the last 15 years has in fact come in a time when we have had a government with an absolute majority
Apr 02, 2018
Chullikkad And An English Chill
A poet’s lament about the illiteracy of the youth prompts an NRI to reflect on his relationship with his mother tongue Malayalam
Mar 29, 2018
Modi’s Sharda-Yamuna River Link Project A Lucrative, Contractor-Friendly Pipedream
Pancheshwar Dam, the kingpin of the river linking project, will come up on disaster prone Himalayas with little chances of it being economically viable
Mar 29, 2018
Yes, Hindus And Muslims Are Fighting In West Bengal, But Only Political Parties Of The State Are to Blame
In West Bengal, which had pretensions of being one of India’s most “secular” states, disruption of the harmonious coexistence of faiths has been the exception rather than the rule.
Mar 28, 2018
Is India’s Democracy Safe At The Time Of A Global Democratic Recession?
Indian democracy is still vulnerable with a number of soft spots. Country’s regional and ethnic divides and economic underdevelopment continue to pose challenges...
Mar 27, 2018
The Farmers’ March Should Have Its Own Agenda Rather Than Swaminathan Commission’s
The demands of protesting farmers in Maharashtra were limited by the thinking of the Swaminathan Commission and are insufficient to address the agricultural sector’s problems in the long run
S. Mohammed Irshad
Mar 27, 2018
China’s Move To Rate Every Citizen To Reward Or Punish Behavior Promises A Terrifying Future
China is adopting an unprecedented exercise in totalitarian control where the Communist Party will put the lives of every one of its subjects under the microscope as part of the so-called Social Credit system.
Mar 21, 2018
Achche Din Has Expired, So If Ayodhya Verdict Becomes 2019 Election Issue, What’ll The Campaign Message Be?
The lessons learned from 2014, like the reward of large investments in social media and technology, will be seen in the 2019 campaign
Mar 21, 2018
By Rewriting India’s History, Hindutva Forces Meddling With India’s Present And Future
Falsifications of historical evidence and symbols designed to discredit political rivals are universal features of the struggle for power.
Mar 13, 2018
Modi’s Pet River-Linking Project Is A Reason Why Maharashtra Farmers Are Protesting
Farmers are opposing the Par-Tapi-Narmada and Damanganga-Pinjal river-linking projects between Gujarat and Maharashtra
Mar 12, 2018
Karnataka, Where The Congress And BJP Have Come Down From The Moral High Ground
Five years ago, the BJP in Karnataka was a divided house, split into various factions and reeling from a scam-tainted term in office.
Mar 11, 2018
Opposition Moves Impeachment Notice Against CJI
Gujarat High Court Acquits Maya Kodnani
Amending Pocso Act To Ensure Death To Child Rapists: Centre
Wonderful, Precise And Very Cool: How Do Our Money Up-Chucking Machines Work?
"I'm Only Passing Through" 10 Leonard Cohen Songs That You Must Listen To
Blackout For NDTV Stirs The Media
Daily Curator: The Dominion Of Misunderstood Men Over Headlines
Daily Curator: Of Holes Being Poked Into The Bhopal Encounter And The Origins Of Chyawanprash
Watch: Viral Video Has Man Lighting Up A Line Of Crackers Attached To His Mouth
TN BJP leader abuses women journos
Shami To Join Delhi Daredevils
SC Issues Summons To Delhi, Haryana Chief Sec
Global Debt At Record High: IMF
On 5th Day Of Hunger Strike, Swati Maliwal's Anger Strays As She Attacks Modi’s ‘Dress Fetish’
Amitabh Bachchan Reacts To Kathua Rape Case, Says 'Don't Bring Up This Issue'
Angry Protesters Greet Modi With 'No Welcome' Sign On The First Day Of His UK Visit
"Rape Is Rape, Shouldn't Be Politicised": PM Modi Amid Outrage Over Kathua Case
'My Government Will Transform India,' Says PM Modi While Addressing Indians At Stockholm
No Probe Into Judge Loya Death, Petitions 'Scandalous', Says Supreme Court
SC Suggests The Wire To Resolve Differences With Jay Shah, Lawyer Says 'No Question Of Any Settlement'
Tamil Nadu Governor Apologises To Woman Journalist For Patting Her Cheek
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