As long as Indian society puts an onus on male dominance, we will constantly be at war with ourselves, writes Parvati Sharma.
If you look at the track record of some of the most successful companies across the world, there has been one common factor that has been at the centre of their growth story: their ability to adapt to change. Admittedly, change is never easy, but it is also a necessity, for growth, writes Anil Chanana.
Increased manufacturing output is always good news, but a fresh round of policy pushes is long overdue.
In its journey from page to screen, The Reluctant Fundamentalist is able to capture the several schisms that define our social and political lives, writes Mira Nair
The very act of being held was enough to make Pakistan’s general elections a historic event. The election brings in a government that could normalise ties with India.
So, don’t believe the union ministry of civil aviation when it says that its latest move to allow airlines to unbundle services and charge for them separately is in the interest of consumers or that it’s going to bring down fares!
On Mother’s Day, spare a thought for the sufferings of millions of women. Namita Bhandare writes.
Investigations into the 2002 Gujarat riots show that conscientious IPS officers have been sidelined. Javed Anand
Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan brings hope that a genuine democracy might take root and bring order back to a country torn by extremism and violence. Barkha Dutt writes.
Businesses run by politicians’ relatives must be transparent and open to public scrutiny.
On Wednesday, the Mumbai Repair and Reconstruction Board (MRRB) asked the state chief minister to give them special authority to forcefully evict residents of 13 dangerous buildings in the city. One of the buildings is Esplanade Mansion, the former Watson Hotel, one of Mumbai’s architecturally unique buildings, writes Manoj R Nair.
Motherhood is glorious only when it is freely chosen and enjoyed by the woman. Suparna Banerjee writes.
In the absence of a robust multilingual education system, we are creating problems down the value chain. Debanjan Chakrabarti
The collegium system of judicial appointments lacks transparency. It must be scrapped in the larger interest of the administration of justice, writes Fali S Nariman.
Sanaullah’s death undermines India’s interests. Now, it is morally and politically bound to bring his killers to justice.