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Ignorant Salman

Bollywood actor Salman Khan should have used his sense of reasoning before tweeting about Yakub Memon, set to be executed for his role in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case.

Jilted farmers

If Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh’s remark on suicide by over 1,400 farmers in the last one year bordered on naivety, finance minister Arun Jaitley’s defence was bizarre.

BCCI’s ‘Sree’Bang

The BCCI is being arrogant by sticking to its decision of maintaining the life ban on S.

Ajeeb Jung

The delay in Swati Maliwal’s appointment as chairperson of the Delhi Commission for Women is distasteful and shows lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung stooping very low to assert the supr

A flawed code

The finance ministry’s revised draft of the Indian Financial Code that proposes to assign RBI’s function of monetary policy regulation to meet inflation targets to a Monetary Policy Committee is right

Iran is key

The joint comprehensive plan of action signed between the P5+1 and Iran is a sign of the shift in US foreign policy thrust towards West Asia.

People woes

According to Dr Karan Singh’s article, Population: The forgotten problem, the national population control policy has failed, resulting in an alarming annual increase of 160 million people.

Spare the internet

News that Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence was looking to tap worldwide Internet traffic through underwater cables that would have given its country digital espionage capacity rivalling that of

Futile exchanges

Engulfed by corruption charges, the Bharatiya Janata Party, decided to hit back at the Congress for corruption in states ruled by it.

Need for Spinners

The worrisome aspect of the inclusion of 32-year-old spinner Amit Sharma, who last played in 2011, for Sri Lanka is that India has no experienced spinner left.

Let house work

With reference to your editorial No end in sight to Parliament logjam (July 24), Prime Minister Narendra Modi should give into Congress’ demands.

V for Vendetta

Trouble doesn’t seem to end for social activist Teesta Setalvad as the home ministry is set to move for cancellation of registration of her NGO, Sabrang Trust.

Hopeless Delhi

The murder of a 19-year-old girl in Delhi’s Anand Parbat locality on July 17 by two men who had allegedly molested her in 2013 shows audacity of the male psyche in general that remains undeterred by t

Eleven-year-old Lachimi has no time to play with friends, enjoy leisure, study or even do homework.

While not always tilting at windmills, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal continues his confrontation with the Centre, which he has accused of creating hurdles for his government and ruling the capi