• Abrogating the Indus water treaty is bound to have multilateral implications

    The big question looming in the aftermath of the Uri attack is whether water-induced warfare could inflict bigger damage on our western neighbour than

  • Acquiring indigenous capability to assemble and produce our own fighter aircraft is the goal

    Narendra Modi government’s decision to procure three squadrons totalling 36 Rafale combat aircraft from French Dassault Aviation through a bilateral

  • The rich are showing interest, artie folks don’t seem enthused

    On the face of it, Pichvai, the 400-year-old dying art, has got a new patron in Nita Ambani.

  • Policy stance of MPC, either dovish or hawkish, would mean heaven and earth to investors

    Are they hawkish, dovish or balanced?

  • The global outlook of terror has changed, vindicating India

    Outraged over the Uri attack, pained by the losses, India’s self-respect and self-esteem have been deeply impacted.