The revelation that the Germanwings aircraft crash on March 25 could be a deliberate one is disturbing.
In death at least Farkhunda, the Afghan woman who was mercilessly beaten and then burnt in Afghanistan for “blasphemy”, received a semblance of dignity when fellow women lifted her coffin in symbolic
This is with reference to the editorial, Heartbreak for India in the World Cup (March 27). Team India has again confirmed that it is consistently inconsistent.
Union home minister Rajnath Singh’s statement that there is need for a debate to have an anti-conversion law is a matter of shame for Indian democracy.
The latest row following a tweet didn’t provoke arrest but did raise a storm. Minister of state for external affairs Gen. V.K.
The Supreme Court judgment striking down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, is a major shot in the arm for freedom of speech and expression.
The news of the crash of an Indian Navy plane off the Goa coast is another grim reminder of how the lives of our officers in the armed forces are not safe even during peacetime.
The world cup semi-final between India and Australia was a one-sided affair. While our bowlers lacked line and length, Indian batsmen were a huge let-down.
The Prime Minister’s “Mann ki Baat” has turned out be an effective publicity tool, given the reach of All India Radio, especially in the hinterland of the country.
The passage of the coal and mines bills alone can’t open up the market for mining unless the land bill is expedited in the Rajya Sabha.
Apropos your editorial, The land bill belies PM’s Mann ki Baat (March 24), the question is whether agriculture merits being called a profession?
I agree with Anil Dharker (An RSS-mukt BJP is what Modi needs, March 23), that the Bharatiya Janata Party needs to sever its umbilical cord with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
The recent meeting between finance minister Arun Jaitley and RBI governor Raghuram Rajan won’t bury the truth that by taking away its role of management of national debt, the government has reduced t