RCEP: Make it or break it
RCEP is a proposed free trade agreement between the 10-member states of the Asean and its six FTA partners.
Cong sees chance to expose BJP govt’s poor economics
Beginning Nov. 5, it will start a countrywide stir on unemployment, agrarian distress, downturn and RCEP.
Why this deal won’t be a win-win for govt
The RCEP agreement essentially represents an escalation of these steps towards a larger umbrella agreement in the Asia-Oceania region.
What’s the ‘Satyam’, Infosys?
Infosys, the poster-boy of good corporate governance and all that it represents, is in the news for the wrong reasons.
Lockdown of the mind
The reason for the silence is fear. Fear of being left out of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), and fear of being called ‘anti-national’.
Kashmir: A test for Muslim brethren all over
Notwithstanding, reports from various parts suggest that a majority of common Indian Muslims feel concerned and has sought to reach out.
The reticence of Muslims on Kashmir
People believe new law where an individual could be termed a terrorist has restrained Muslims in Mumbai from speaking on Kashmir.
What do we do with the land alone?
A majority debunked the attempt to portray Kashmir as a ‘Muslim’ issue.
Acid test for ruling party
The Vikravandi seat fell vacant following the death of the incumbent DMK legislator.
DMK walks the extra mile
The total electorate in Vikravandi is now 2,23,456, with men voters slightly outnumbering women.