On a day when political talk revolved around the spectacular rise of Arvind Kejriwal’s party in Delhi and the rout of the Congress party in four states, Pawar managed to occupy space in the national headlines.
The Supreme Court verdict criminalising consensual homosexual acts goes against established constitutional principles of personal liberty, equality before law and non-discrimination on the basis of sex or sexual preferences. Satya Prakash writes.
The SC has ignored its primary role as the protector and last resort of the bewildered and the oppressed.
The recent round of assembly elections has once again demonstrated the vitality of India’s democracy, but it has also raised other significant issues, writes Navin B Chawla.
Yes, shout out slogans, we did. And wave satrangi flags, we did. But to what avail? Sure we're encouraging more people to walk out of the closet. But with Section 377 punishing us by making us wear the black, we're being asked to jump right back in, writes Durga M Sengupta.
The political logjam in Delhi can be overcome if the Congress were to think out of the box by asking its elected legislators to take oath only after the minority BJP government has taken a trust vote. Vinod Sharma writes.
With global power shifting to the Asia-Pacific region, the Sino-Indian relationship assumes great importance. Wei Wei writes.
After what happened in the Delhi assembly elections, the question being asked in Mumbai is: Will something similar happen in our city and state?
BCCI awarding its team sponsorship rights for the next three years both reflects the current shaky economic situation as well as the sports body's penchant to court controversy, writes N Ananthanarayanan.