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Columns

Lawmakers and their law-breaking progeny

The powerful need to have their egos massaged, and the supplicants must outdo each other in the most abject display of sycophancy.

21 Oct 2018 12:24 AM

Murmurs in a boiling political pot

With elections around the corner, it is open season for political rivals to circulate stories and rumours about each other.

21 Oct 2018 12:18 AM

Will Taghir herald a new Afghanistan?

No representative of the Ghani government has participated in talks so far when as many as 11 members of the Taliban were present in the last round.

20 Oct 2018 1:14 AM

There’s a crisis of survival and human agency

More and more people around the world are waking up to the reality of the epoch that has become known as the anthropocene.

20 Oct 2018 1:10 AM

Insiders and outsiders: Why migrants are vital

Young India is hungry for jobs that pay, and there are not enough — a harsh reality that even official documents are forced to acknowledge.

18 Oct 2018 4:32 AM

An American tragedy, with potent acts of defiance

The international record holder, John Carlos, came third as fellow team member Tommie Smith set a new world record.

18 Oct 2018 2:20 AM

Can #MeToo succeed where child marriages are so rampant?

Can MeToo succeed in a culture where children are married off for social or economic exigencies?

17 Oct 2018 12:33 AM

At Modi-Abe summit, China will loom large

China must be closely reading the domestic developments in each rival nation carefully.

17 Oct 2018 12:30 AM

Doubling farm incomes: Why change is still slow

Nor has the Narendra Modi government been deaf to the needs of the farming community.

16 Oct 2018 12:41 AM

Where is the new Cold War headed?

Chinese efforts to build a so-called “win-win’”relationship through trade concessions and cooperation on Korea and Afghanistan have clearly failed.

15 Oct 2018 12:07 AM