Indo-Nepal ties are in danger of being downgraded to that of satrap and supplicant. New Delhi must not ignore this, writes Kanak Mani Dixit.
Going green is not enough. We need a new approach to development, Antonio Patriota
Implement the recommendations of the Naresh Chandra Committee on national security without delay.
The focus of family planning is almost solely on women. But they rarely determine the number of children they should have, writes Lalita Panicker.
The Norwegian Child Welfare Service's handling of the Bhattacharya case is a clear example of abuse of power.
While mindsets should change for the better, gender discrimination must be tackled legally, HT
Last week, Trinamool leader Mamata Banerjee walked up to CPI secretary D Raja in the Rajya Sabha and presented him with a set of doodles she had drawn.
Who was that man violently coughing and wearing Shahnaz Husain's clothes last night on television?
Posters of ‘Incredible India’ are no longer restricted to the brightly painted walls of Indian restaurants across Europe.
The Ayodhya verdict is an affirmation of Hindu majoritarianism. For this reason, it concerns believers and non-believers alike, and must be contested in the apex court, writes Shohini Ghosh.
It would be better if the centre gives discretionary powers to the courts to invoke the breakdown theory in all divorce cases pending for 10 years or more, writes Satya Prakash.
In the words of the founding father of Zionism, Theodore Herzl, “If you will it, it is no dream”. This year we celebrate Herzl’s 150th birthday, together with 62 years of Israel’s independence, and 18 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and India. Mark Sofer writes.
There’s no data on how much waste is generated in India and and how it is disposed. The Cobalt-60 incident was waiting to happen, writes Ravi Agarwal.
Not too many seem to have understood the connection between clean drinking water and productivity, mortality and, eventually economic growth. But there is no getting away from this, writes K. Anji Reddy.
The recent fires in Delhi’s Mundka plastic scrapyard and the radioactive leak at the Mayapuri scrap market are a wake-up call for Indian cities to find innovative ways of safe scrap trading, writes Bharati Chaturvedi.