On Mother’s Day, spare a thought for the sufferings of millions of women. Namita Bhandare writes.
Investigations into the 2002 Gujarat riots show that conscientious IPS officers have been sidelined. Javed Anand
Motherhood is glorious only when it is freely chosen and enjoyed by the woman. Suparna Banerjee writes.
In the absence of a robust multilingual education system, we are creating problems down the value chain. Debanjan Chakrabarti
The collegium system of judicial appointments lacks transparency. It must be scrapped in the larger interest of the administration of justice, writes Fali S Nariman.
To make society safer, we must understand the tortuous minds of criminals. Prasenjit Chowdhury
Last month’s attack in Bengaluru proves that India desperately needs to strengthen its counter-terrorism apparatus. Kamal Davar
The Boston bombing shows the advantages and risks of crowdsourcing. Karan Lahiri
In their relentless hunt for a perfect feel-good campaign, advertisers might be ignoring the volatility and confusion that seem to now define the mindset of the country’s youth. Anuja Chauhan
Pervez Musharraf's story has gone from networking fantasy to novelistic farce.
A city can be healthy habitat or can be a ruin with no signs of life. We have to make a choice. Yogesh Gokhale
When journalists abuse their position and pretend to be academics, the space available to researchers gets even further constrained, writes Nandini Sundar
If ever one needed an excuse to flip, the heroine of Love is All You Need would appear to have an embarrassment of riches.
Only when our daughters are empowered can they play a greater role in society. Preetha Reddy
All Cyprus banks were closed until Thursday, having been shut since March 15. There is a real risk of collapse for the country’s banking system, which has gambled with both small savings and ‘money of uncertain provenance’. It is a cardinal principle of the economy that the financial system must be protected at all costs.