Today in New Delhi, India
Jul 06, 2020-Monday
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  • A protest in solidarity with the victims of alleged custodial torture in Sathankulam, Thoothukudi, June 28
    Jul 05, 2020 22:18 IST
    There are strong legal frameworks that protect the rights of the accused in police custody. But there are roadblocks to holding erring policemen accountable at every more
  • India should sherpa a cluster of Indo-Pacific nations into a “sagar panchayat” to uphold the rule of law at sea
    Jul 05, 2020 22:17 IST
    To create negotiating space along the land border, India should turn to the more
  • The National Crime Records Bureau informs that there were more than 100 custodial deaths in 2017, with very few convictions
    Jul 05, 2020 22:12 IST
    A culture of impunity rages across India, with excessive use of force. The security apparatus must be more
  • The world has become suspicious of Beijing after the repression of Hong Kong and Xinjiang, the lack of transparency on the Covid-19 outbreak and its predator maritime policy
    Jul 05, 2020 22:09 IST
    Its internal repression, aggressive nationalism, and belligerent foreign policy have alienated many more
  • A woman dries clothes as others swim in a flooded area of Morigaon, Assam, July 1. It is time the central and the state governments prepare a long-term plan that goes beyond piecemeal measures like building embankments and dredging to control floods
    Jul 06, 2020 16:27 IST
    The Assam floods are yet another reminder of the fragility of the more
  • India’s defence reforms should continue. The world is becoming an increasingly unsafe place and that means security must reassume priority over shaking things up
    Jul 05, 2020 22:03 IST
    The assumption of a competitive equilibrium no longer holds more
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi during BJP's 'Seva Hi Sangathan Abhiyan' via video conferencing in New Delhi on Saturday.
    Jul 05, 2020 07:35 IST
    India as a country, cannot go far unless the work culture in all the organs of the government changes for the better. For that to happen, political will is a must, writes former IAS officer VS more