Pakistan is unwilling to act against terror groups, rather many of them work as the State’s proxies.
Women leading Army parades is great optics but first ensure their safety at all times.
Rather than having organised parades, people should be left to celebrate Republic Day in their own ways.
The nuclear breakthrough will play a role in binding India and the US together.
For attitudes towards the girl child and women to change, it is essential to get men involved in the battle.
Barack Obama offers a glimpse into the US’ future that India must be mindful of.
The current board must ensure that its affiliations with the ruling party do not stand in the way of its objectivity. This will prove difficult in a country where sensitivities are always on a razor’s edge.
The Supreme Court order on the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing scandal is an indictment of sidelined cricket board president, N Srinivasan, for his conflict of interest in running the wealthy sports body.
Rajnath Singh’s remarks about astrologers undermine the mission to project India as a progressive country
According to the International Monetary Fund’s latest forecast, India is expected to grow at 6.3% this year and 6.5% in 2016 by when it is likely to cross China’s projected growth rate of 6.5%.
New Delhi appreciates Washington’s messaging on terror but its mandarins tend to believe that this is geared to advance US interests in Afghanistan rather than fully address India’s concerns.
President Pranab Mukherjee’s words of caution to the legislators on the frequent recourse to ordinances as well as disruptions in Parliament point to several requirements at the same time.
American sceptics note New Delhi’s passage of a nuclear liability law, which has made it all but impossible for US-based reactor makers to sell their wares to India.
The striking thing about the upcoming Delhi elections is that while there is no anti-incumbency factor because there is no incumbent as such, all the three dominant parties are wobbly to a greater or lesser extent.
Despite strong opposition, the Madhya Pradesh government now wants to turn the ravines of Chambal — a unique geographical feature — into agriculture fields by demolishing the hillocks.