Recent attacks on activists highlight how terror is being used to bring about development, Himanshu Thakkar writes.
By making corporate social responsibility mandatory, the State is passing on its duties towards social development to the private sector, writes Pushpa Sundar
Bilateral relations between India and Singapore are substantive, comprehensive and warm. To enhance mutual understanding between the intelligentsia of the two countries, the India-Singapore Strategic Dialogue was launched in 2007 after a meeting of the two foreign ministers.
The expulsion of a young CPI(M) leader shows that 'malign' has a different etymological root for a Stalinist party.
A predictable economic policy regime is always welcome. But is such predictability only the privilege of foreign investors, asks Ashok Malik.
What’s worrying you? It’s the NDA.
We are not investing enough in the training of public healthcare professionals, Sunil Mehra
For a better future, every Sri Lankan must believe that there will be a fair society in which there is justice for all, writes Meenakshi Ganguly.
By ignoring the summit, the G8 will take a backseat in the sustainability race.
A significant dimension missing in finding ways forward on the Kashmir issue is the urgency to preserve and promote the profound syncretic spirit of Kashmiri Sufism, which is the soul of its way of life
To prevent sexual abuse, we must talk to children about sexuality in a positive way, Radhika Chandiramani
A multi-dimensional index, not just income, can be a better measure of poverty, writes Ajay Chhibber
In an era when hung verdicts and coalitions have become normal, India should opt for an apolitical president, Vivek Gumaste
The new academic programmes launched by Delhi University won't help the students and will impact the institution badly, writes Shobhit Mahajan
Mahavir Jayanti is an important religious day for Jains. On this day in 599 B.C. a boy was born in a royal family in Vaisali district, near Patna. He was named Vardhman. Because of his display of extra-ordinary courage during his childhood, he was known as Mahavir.