Tuesday marked William Shakespeare’s 449th birthday. There is nothing new in the observation of Shakespeare’s birthday, but this year there was a difference, a problem perhaps of Stratford’s own making. William Leahy writes.
It is time to pass the land acquisition bill, which will benefit both the farmer and the economy
With people’s hard-earned money at stake, the authorities cannot ignore chit fund scams.
Join the army and have a beautiful daughter — if this tagline doesn’t bring in recruits for the Indian Army, nothing will.
As the rape of a child in Delhi shows, the trauma is compounded by police apathy. They not only tried to hush up the rape of a minor girl but also thought it fit to bash up women protesters.
The arrest of the former army chief is a watershed moment in the country’s history. Musharraf is now officially the first Pakistani president to have ever been arrested.
Taking to the streets at the drop of a hat has diminished the value of this democratic weapon.
Narendra Modi's speeches are aimed at consolidating his position in the party. Modi magic, Modi mania, Modi's mantras, we just don't seem to be able to get enough of it, at least in the print and electronic media.
Margaret Thatcher was responsible for changing the way in which governments thought about the economy.
Novelist Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and educationist Ahalya Chari touched thousands of lives - one with her writing and the other with her guidance of the school system. Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Southeast Asia is becoming a huge draw for Indian IT firms and that's not good news. Most Indian businessmen have been saying for a while now that they'd rather invest abroad than in India.
We cannot have a piecemeal approach towards India's investment dream. Kanchi Kohli writes.
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala wrote with a passion and relish that will be missed.
The mobile phone has just turned 40. The device, however, is showing no signs of a midlife crisis.
Quick-fix solutions like fast-track courts will not help correct a judicial system that needs to change from within. Vrinda Bhandari writes.