Articles by Mark Tully
Will Lula have the same energy necessary to maintain the momentum of the G20 established by Modi?
The government is reluctant to conduct a census, including counting castes, which could provide valuable data for resource allocation and policy-making
The government's new bills to replace colonial-era legislation in India have raised concerns about language and content, highlighting the need for more debate
The government launches campaigns for inclusive development, but amendments to Forest Conservation Act may harm the poorest citizens.
In view of the latest figures in latest figures in the Periodic Labour Force Survey, a few questions to ensure unemployment for the youth
What is needed to prevent the emergence of an L-shaped curve is a focus on the services sector, manufacturing, and a renewed drive against corruption.
Respect the King who showed that he has moved with the times, evident by the congregation of people who attended his coronation.
There are learned lawyers. So why don’t they arrest the deterioration of the courts? There are committed MPs. Why don’t they restore the dignity of Parliament?
A tale of two sacred cities, Bateshwar and Mathura.
Green hydrogen can overcome difficulties that other renewable electricity-generating technologies create. India has joined the race to develop a green hydrogen economy
A recent lecture by renowned art historian, Fakir Aijazuddin, was a commentary on an official book called Pakistan Culture, and a criticism of India-Pakistan relations
As a journalist, I have tried to avoid taking sides. I know there are occasions when something is so dreadful that one has to fight, but I think those occasions are much rarer than most journalists think.
If we are to have that balance, India, Britain and America must improve their police forces. They need to remember the damage their coverage can cause, but that is not an excuse for claiming a right to secrecy.
It is hard to get the BBC to apologise, but in the current case, India needs to realise that the BBC does not spew out colonialist propaganda. It’s a journalists’ organisation, and millions of Indians choose to listen to and watch it
Minds have to be kept open because there will always be something more to learn about these questions. That’s why Indians should be proud to be an argumentative country. That is why there should not be any full stops in India
If we had continued to fight for Gandhi’s India, if we had not forgotten those inspired by his vision, we would now be a very different nation, writes P Sainath in his new book
From creating despair among development economists, investors and donors, as it used to, the country now gives them hope. But has the bubble burst?
I would like to draw your attention to an article written by Ram Madhav on the G20 Religion Forum, or R20, which ensures that religion functions as a genuine and dynamic source of solutions rather than problems in the world
In the 19070s and 1980s, the radio was king. Fortunately for the BBC and me as their correspondent, the government’s control didn’t allow All India Radio to exploit its potential. So, Indians would turn to the BBC to get independent news. Rajiv Gandhi turned to the BBC to confirm his mother had died
Lifting the ban on genetically modified seeds should allow tests for the new mustard seed developed by a scientist at Delhi University. But will the step be a game-changer?
The new prime minister will inherit a country wracked by an economic crisis, labour unrest and a ruling party divided against itself
Putin has said he is prepared to defend territories he annexed using all available means. Does he hope to arouse such fear that America and NATO agree to cut back or even stop their supply of arms to Ukraine, or is it possible that Putin is prepared to go nuclear?
Queen Elizabeth succeeded because she was aware that she had to do her duty, and more often than not that meant keeping quiet.
Queen Elizabeth II’s death marks the end of an era not just for the people of Great Britain but also for the people of the Commonwealth and indeed the whole world bearing in mind the standards she stood for and the values she upheld. She broke the record for the longest reigning monarch and the oldest queen. She made 247 Commonwealth visits.
The very recent celebrations of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee demonstrated her popularity and the popularity of the monarchy.
The reason is Birmingham’s wish to shed the title of Britain’s Second City.
In my view, Sunak is the man who knows India because of his years as Johnson’s finance minister. He needs support, too, because he is receiving such offensive attacks from the tax reducers
In his forthcoming book, Towards Decentralized Democratic Global Governance, economist Ramgopal Agarwala argues that the leadership India can provide would lead to the end of hegemony
If religious groups are to lead the fight against what Amitav Ghosh calls “the securitisation and corporatisation of climate change” they will have to have a theology which goes with it.