The proposal to abolish the death penalty would have been more meaningful without the caveat on terror crimes.
Hardik Patel came, saw, but he has a very long way to go before he can really conquer.
Hate just killed MM Kalburgi as it did Dabholkar and Pansare. India should be worried where it is headed.
To become a manufacturing powerhouse India needs a well-defined land buying policy.
The US presidential elections are still over a year away, but they are already capturing headlines. The reason is that the two main parties, Republicans and Democrats, are experiencing strong and unusual challenges from fringe candidates.
India’s education system — be it primary, secondary or higher levels — is fraught with quality and quantity challenges: There is a shortage of quality teachers, an enabling environment for students and infrastructure, just to point out a few.
Smart Cities will succeed if compliance with laws and technological solutions go together.
The Patel movement has thrown up questions about the larger politics of affirmative action.
The death of several lions at a safari has not stopped the SP government from going ahead with the venture.
Welcome to the bizarre world of North and South Korea, two countries technically at war for 65 years, fighting in ways you'd never expect.
If the Patels have their way, the reservation genie will be well and truly out of the bottle.
While the census data on religion is open to misuse, the drop in growth rates reflects better education levels.
If the new constitution is not owned by the country’s minorities, it would be a self-defeating exercise for the State in transition.
Bihar’s election is arguably the most important political event of the year. There seem to be some breaks from entrenched patterns in the election discourse.
The fast piling rubble after the devaluation of the Chinese yuan has forced a rethink on the emerging world’s promise as the engine of global growth.