Updated on Sep 27, 2023 03:16 PM IST
Infrastructure development, collaboration between the Centre and state governments, and investments in sustainable tourism are key for India to lead in tourism
While the earlier ill-thought-out attempts to bring women’s reservation failed, PM Modi has set the tone for women's representation in both letter and spirit
Women’s quota Bill was the highlight of the special Parliament session. But it also revealed that the Opposition has a limited role in setting the House agenda
Defeat will ensure prime ministers are turfed out of Downing Street. Only death – or old age — can remove the Mouser.
The gig economy presents a significant opportunity for women's entrepreneurship, and the government needs to support the private sector in its business models.
Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee was, indeed, a statesman who was also a great human being, far above the coarseness of politics.
India-Canada relations are the big talking point in New York. But India’s G20 presidency and its championing of the Global South are also in play
To combat outbreaks such as Nipah, it will require sustained collaboration of multiple disciplines and sectors across local, national and global levels
Prisons are overcrowded not because they are full of wicked criminals. But because two-thirds of people in jail are undertrial prisoners
How obesity, in the last few decades, has become a major public health issue - the article offers insights on this.
The UN has a crowded agenda. The problems of the climate crisis, development, and the Ukraine war require the international community to come together.
The recent passage of the "Nari Shakti Vandan Bill" generates hope, but its timing raises questions about political motives
New set of metrics that goes beyond security parameters is necessary to evaluate impact of Delhi’s policy in the UT
The DPI, with broader adoption, could be a national talisman, highlighting India’s capability to develop large-scale global solutions
Trudeau may have rolled the dice but India will now have a big role in determining how it falls.
Developed countries are now shifting their responsibility for climate finance to larger developing countries, private sector, and market forces
The groundbreaking agreement signed in 1987 has played a pivotal role in addressing the depletion of the ozone layer caused by ozone-depleting substances
Published on Sep 25, 2023 07:36 PM IST
Sanatana Dharma is a definition of what it is to be human rather than a definition of a religion. When societies change, we need to discover new moral codes
Political representation is a fundamental aspect of women’s empowerment, and the government has taken steps to increase the participation of women in politics
Arts and culture exchanges between India and the UK contribute to economic growth and foster understanding between cultures.
None of the Above (NOTA) was introduced to cleanse the political system in 2013. Its sparse use in 10 years has thrown up questions about its efficacy
Published on Sep 22, 2023 08:08 PM IST
Will this bill make it more acceptable for women to occupy positions of power? Will this acceptability give more confidence to women voters?
Experts say that any revision in quotas may take on a communal colour since both Hindus and Muslims are part of the lists of Other Backward Classes
Mandal politics led to the BJP replacing the Congress. Even today, there’s no reason why the BJP won’t benefit from the demand for OBC reservation
Nari shakti sloganeering across the political spectrum over the women’s quota is hollow posturing, and a cynical attempt to woo the woman voter
Delhi's e-bus transition, despite its financial, infrastructure, and human challenges, serves as a template for other Indian cities battling air pollution.
One year after the death of Mahsa Amini, protests in Iran have died out but the state crackdown continues.
There are multiple scenarios, but the investigation and a potential public inquiry imply a long, bruising journey for all parties
Published on Sep 20, 2023 09:29 PM IST