Published on Feb 26, 2024 10:00 PM IST
As the electoral process confronts myriad challenges, the judiciary must safeguard its integrity and hold accountable those who seek to undermine democracy
India needs a robust and comprehensive financial customer protection regime, which it currently lacks.
Justice must be seen to be done because everyone knows that Shahjahan was operating with the collusion of the local administration and party hierarchy.
The alliance may create hype but its poll pitch of roji-roti will have to cut through the religiously surcharged atmosphere and Modi guarantee
Published on Feb 26, 2024 04:32 PM IST
From Indira Gandhi to Narendra Modi, the art of turning issues into slogans for electoral success continues in Sandeshkhali, Bengal.
The war has imperilled European — rather than American — security but it is American assistance that has kept Ukraine in the game so far.
Faced with low core inflation and high food inflation, RBI will likely tilt towards a longer disinflationary stance, to achieve the 4% CPI rate
The reason is that Gulzar is, at his core, a poet, and by extension, a writer and film-maker. Writing has been his passion since he was a child
In many camps, there are 200 women to one toilet in most camps and often only open spaces for bathrooms
When MSP is higher than the market price, private traders will refuse to buy, thus leaving farmers with unsold surpluses or forcing the government to step-in
Uttarakhand UCC is only the latest of the State’s attempts to control intimate relationships. It should be consigned to the dustbin of illegality
The 19th C. Hindu reformist and religious scholar sought to abolish Sati and rid society of fanatic orthodoxy. British colonialism would enlighten us, he felt
Armed witih the melody-thread of Bollywood songs, Ameen Sayani was more effective than all the Hindi missionaries who sought to popularise the language
The teachings of the Bhagavad Gita, the Quran, the Bible, and the Vedas, bind us all under universal truths
In key socio-economic indicators, the Marathas are just behind the Brahmins. But their anxieties, in the backdrop of agrarian transformation, must be addressed
Glaring inadequacies in military-industrial complexes of developed nations are being exposed amid conflicts
With a nearly 70,000 inmate population, Bihar’s prisons have the largest number of undertrials in any state in India
The belief that the Gandhis are the only glue that holds the Congress together has been shaken by high-profile departures in the last decade
India must develop its own lawfare strategy using domestic and international legal instruments
In Fali Nariman’s death, India has lost its tallest spokesman for honesty in public intent and private conduct
How do we frame the camaraderie between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-ruled India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a West Asian Arab Muslim nation?
Reservations alone can’t alleviate economic deprivation. They must be complemented by the increased availability of jobs and strong inclusive growth.
India does not need to choose between manufacturing and services. India has the capacity and means to succeed in both manufacturing and services.
The Red Sea is the eye of the storm today, with its winds changing West Asian international relations for actors both within and outside the region
Explore the culinary journey of Chef Imtiaz Qureshi, a pioneer in Awadhi cuisine, whose innovative creations left an enduring impact on Indian gastronomy.
The stage is definitely set for a potential Biden-Trump rematch. What might such a rematch entail?
The recent elections demonstrate a trend wherein a few individuals dominate politics. There are similarities in this regard between India and Indonesia.
Facts have become a casualty in the deeply polarised United States and authoritarian China, putting the rules-based order at serious risk
Published on Feb 19, 2024 10:00 PM IST
Kashi has captured the collective Hindu imagination as Shiva’s city. But to narrowly define this city in terms of orthodox Hinduism is a mistake
Published on Feb 19, 2024 09:42 PM IST
A new study reveals soil microbes' crucial role in enhancing tea flavour. Here's how this could transform cultivation practices and sustainability efforts.
Published on Feb 19, 2024 06:42 PM IST