Proposed legislation on penal code signals a much-needed shift — but it is incomplete, raises questions. It must be debated rigorously
Whether or not these players will be able to make up for lost time and pass the World Cup test in flying colours, is a difficult question. The journey could be thrilling, or heartbreaking
A major fire broke out in a three-storeyed office complex in the busy commercial area of Sadar Bazar.
Uncertainty over Bhatnagar awards hurts morale of young scientists, undermines objective of becoming a knowledge economy
No-trust motion was on Manipur but Parliament exchange pushed it off centrestage. Parties need to pick up thread outside it
RBI maintains status quo on rates, as it looks through spurt in food inflation. But need for vigilance remains
As a pantry staple becomes a luxury good, deprived consumers express their chagrin through humour
To even begin to provide a sense of security in Haryana, those occupying the highest political offices in the state must reach out to those who are feeling fearful and vulnerable — and be seen to do so too
At 87, with a stolen kiss, Dharmendra can still steal the show, as compellingly in the twilight of his career as at his peak
Lancet study underlines need to improve nutrition of TB patients. Government must take note
Rahul Gandhi’s comeback speech was a missed opportunity. Invoking Ravana, calling rivals ‘traitors’, isn’t holding the government accountable
William Friedkin’s classic film showed how thin the line that separates ‘genre’ from ‘art’ really is
Functioning of IIMs needs more checks and balances. But government’s micromanagement will do more harm than good
On Delhi services bill, former CJI’s intervention could have been a guiding voice of constitutional wisdom. Instead, he took a partisan cue
SC clearing way for Rahul Gandhi should raise the bar for curbs on legislators, especially in the fractious run-up to 2024
It may or may not affect his electoral prospects. How US system deals with political fallout will be watched
Asking Indian drug manufacturers to be WHO compliant is a first step. Government must make its regulatory mechanism more robust
If his predecessor launched Project Imran, General Munir is burying it. The real news from Pakistan is the rise of General Munir
Gaddar never wavered in his commitment to people’s rights and faith in the power of grassroots movements
Swraj Paul, the London-based industrialist whose investment in some Indian companies has become a matter of controversy, said that he was still awaiting effective government intervention to protect the interests of shareholders.
Such moves risk turning back the clock, undermine the promise of Digital India
Monsoon has turned out better than expected so far. But there is reason for government to be cautious vis a vis food inflation
Once a coveted status symbol on the platform formerly known as Twitter, it is now an object of mockery
World hockey is set to test a new rule that, if formally enforced, could have a profound impact on the game.
Fitch downgrades US as repeated political standoffs erode confidence in fiscal management. It’s a message for America and other countries.