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It’s not too late

The clashes with the police after the death of Burhan Wani had snowballed into a major crisis in Kashmir. Six weeks have passed since then and still there is no normality in the state.

Stop brain drain

India is a powerhouse of talent and potential, but it is unfortunate that talent developed here is migrating to other nations.

When will this end?

This is with reference to your editorial, Make spending on sports accountable (August 23).

A dog’s death

The news of an elderly woman having been mauled to death by a pack of 50 dogs in a coastal village in Kerala, occurred due lack of sanitation facilities as well as the municipalities’ apathy, leaving

Caste conscious

As India was soaking in the glory of shuttler P.V. Sindhu’s achievement in Rio, some people were more interested in finding out to which caste she actually belonged. Seriously? Is this for real?

Urjit: Rajan 2.0?

The appointment of Urjit Patel as Raghuram Rajan’s successor shows that the NDA is willing to continue with the monetary policy reforms initiated in Dr Rajan’s tenure.

Gold at Tokyo?

Shobhaa De has rightly said that while Indian women deserve a medal for, well, being women and surviving the odds, we need to get real about our sports prospects (Enough of Rio, aim for Tokyo, Aug.

India’s girl power

Kudos to P.V. Sindhu, Sakshi Malik and Dipa Karmakar for salvaging India’s reputation in Rio. It is sad that we have to use their achievement to create awareness about female foeticide.

Bolt, Phelps inspire

In what has been an Olympic of many firsts — Bolt’s “triple, triple” and Michael Phelps’ 26 Olympic medals — it has been proven that today the mark of a great athlete is sustained medal runs through c

Fight the ban

A four-year ban imposed on Narsingh Yadav by the Court of Arbitration for Sport is a sad end to the wrestler’s dream of playing in the Rio Olympics and winning a medal for his country.

Be disaster ready

Natural disasters, especially floods are a recurring phenomenon in large parts of India.

Go Gopichand

Shuttler P.V. Sindhu’s inspiring dream run at the Rio Olympics is a result of her hard work and perseverance. But her coach P. Gopichand, deserves equal credit.

Hockey hits low

India’s quarter-final loss to Belgium in hockey has let the nation down.

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is riding its old hobby horse again.

Harud is a film directed by Aamir Bashir.