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Opinion

No end to ATM trauma

When a public holiday and a two-day weekend are contiguous, the number of cashless days go up.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Globalisation isn’t dying. It’s too deep

Globalisation is not likely to die any time soon. We have got too accustomed to her face.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mystic Mantra: These pains you feel are messengers

Pain messages travel along the peripheral nervous system until they reach the spinal cord.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Interview of the Week

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Ila Ganesan

‘I blame Amma for the crisis... She did not create second-rung leaders’

Sasikala was Jayalalithaa’s close confidante but that does not mean she can rule Tamil Nadu, says Ila Ganesan.

Pankaj Patel

‘The impact of any protectionist policies should be minimal’

Private investment depends on whether or not production capacity is full, says Pankaj Patel.

Rita Bahuguna Joshi  filling her nomination papers as a BJP candidate for UP Assembly Election in Lucknow. (Photo: PTI)

‘Leaders of regional parties have amassed wealth for themselves’

I am very clear that derogatory remarks against anyone, particularly a lady, are totally unacceptable, says Rita Bahuguna Joshi.

The Age Debate

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Elections to local bodies like municipal corporations, panchayats are all an inalienable part of the democratic process, playing itself out at the grassroots.

An unworkable solution

Holding simultaneous polls can’t work in India’s parliamentary system.

Triple talaq is a gross injustice to Muslim women and many are raising their voices against this practice from the Muslim community itself.

Men battle over women’s rights

Banning ‘triple talaq’ is a human rights issue, politics should be kept out of it.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi. (Photo: PTI)

Battleground in heartland

The SP-Congress alliance poses a real challenge to the BJP in Uttar Pradesh.

A screengrab of CCTV footage of the Bengaluru molestation case.

Let’s not get worked up

Indians need to get less hyper-sensitive about our national symbols.

Reporter's Diary

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All district police chiefs have been told to ensure that there are no beehives in areas where VIP politicians address election rallies.

Reporter's Diary: Of buffaloes and bees

At least two of the 11 accused in the espionage racket have allegedly been found to be associated with the saffron outfit.

The print media is also shunned when it comes to giving interviews and the various PR agencies working for top leaders have a reason for this too —since there are so many publications and they cannot please everyone, it is easier to avoid everyone!

Reporters' Diary: Netas go for TV channels

Samajwadi patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav incidentally started the trend, when the family feud was at its peak.

It seems that the family drama will continue not only through the elections but also after that.

Mulayam’s game, Akhilesh’s bane

Team Akhilesh is now keeping a close watch on the party patriarch’s movements and journalists are not allowed to meet him in Lucknow.

The alliance is surely tied up in knots.

My party, your symbol

Almost every day, Samajwadis are trooping into the Congress office in Lucknow, demanding a symbol for them.