• Nov
    By Jaiveer Shergill

    Even after six months have lapsed since the chief justice of India emotionally pleaded for filling up the vacancies in courts, the government is sitting over the names cleared

  • By Bishwajit Bhattacharyya

    Shall I deposit in bank or burn these notes?” This question is haunting every Indian with the cancellation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8, announced by

  • Nov

    The professional politician could become a rare sight in politics, unless he reinvents himself. That is what Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections seems to say. Trump is the ‘outsider’ not merely because he does not belong to the Washington power establishment.

  • Nov
    By Archana Dalmia

    November 8 will be remembered as the night cash turned to paper. Prime minister Narendra Modi announced in a speech that cash in denominations of Rs 500 and Rs

  • Nov

    The candidate is different from the President. An axiom which we should clearly understand for it is nuanced and very important in understanding and digesting the US Elections result

  • Nov

    When Ramayana meets Mahabharata head on, it explodes in the badlands of Uttar Pradesh, India’s most politically sensitive state with 80 parliamentary seats.
    A peculiar caste arithmetic and religious

  • Nov

    Sometime in mid-December 2008, three Andhra youth accused of maiming two girls in an acid attack, were gunned down by the police just outside Warangal, apparently while trying to escape.

  • Nov

    The dead weight of ambition and the crippling insecurity of a generation of leaders, pulling on well beyond their sell by date, are proving to be the undoing of political

  • Nov

    Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. This was the advice Hippocrates gave as early as 370 BC

  • Nov

    Perumal Murugan spoke in Delhi on August 22 at Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, after his two books, One Part Woman (Maadhorubaagan) and Pyre were published in English, by Penguin.