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360 Degree

Their two storey home is a virtual museum, with the major’s childhood trophies and his music collection preserved as if he were still around.

Nehru and democracy

After the assassination of Gandhiji in 1948 and the death of Sardar Patel in 1950, there was no one to compete with Nehru in stature.

18 Nov 2018 1:11 AM

Conflicting history in discovery of Nehru

Jawaharlal Nehru’s acts of omission are remembered more often than his acts of commission. A grateful nation is sizing him up on its standards.

18 Nov 2018 12:25 AM

Sri Lanka’s clash of civilisations

Wickremesinghe finds himself not only jobless but once again rootless, especially in terms of the earthiness of Sri Lankan politics.

11 Nov 2018 12:05 AM

Big fight for big money

The economic problems should not however make us gloss over the severe institutional stress between the government and RBI.

04 Nov 2018 12:25 AM

RBI’s journey from rubber stamp to a fairly autonomous body

The RBI was set up as a privately owned and managed entity.

04 Nov 2018 12:00 AM

Will judiciary rescue the caged parrot?

The Supreme Court, in 2013 had come down heavily on the CBI in a case related to the coal block scam, calling it a ‘caged parrot’.

28 Oct 2018 4:22 AM

The meat exporter and CBI’s web of shady deals

ED is understood to be investigating funds totalling about Rs 200 crore stashed abroad by Qureshi.

28 Oct 2018 4:12 AM

India’s strategic moments in US-China Tug-of-War

About half of Chinese imports to the US have an additional 10% duty, while China has, so far, retaliated with tariffs on US goods worth $110 billion.

21 Oct 2018 4:07 AM

India must evolve better relations with democratic states

China has been rapidly expanding its maritime capability beyond its immediate neighbourhood to project power into the Indian Ocean.

21 Oct 2018 3:55 AM