Covid-19: Ex-state BJP Prez Suresh Amonkar dies; 8th death in Goa
Supreme Court declines to interfere with Uttarakhand HC order on school fees
Chinese troop withdrawal ‘positive’ but need ‘eternal vigil’: Congress
MahaJobs to play match-maker between Maha employers, jobless
Scribe suffering from Covid jumps off 4th floor of AIIMS, condition critical
Preliminary trial success, Covid vax could be out by Dec: Bangladeshi scientist
More advanced equipment to replace damaged part of Iran n-site
US envoy admires Dalai Lama for seeking freedom for Tibetans
800,000 Indians could be forced to leave Kuwait: Report
UK PM Boris Johnson to join nationwide clapping for NHS
Congress, BJP intensity preparations for Madhya Pradesh bypolls
Rahul Gandhi says future Harvard studies will be held on Modi’s failed policies
Lalu seeks bail ahead of Bihar Assembly elections
‘Moon expects Trump to meet Kim Jong-un before Nov polls’
ECI’s ‘tearing hurry’ to change rules due to Bihar poll: CPI-M
Congress leader files petition against Scindia’s Rajya Sabha Election
Chahatt Khanna now has a cat
Sushant Singh Rajput death: Police record Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s statement
Disha Patani’s latest picture is all about smiles
Charlize Theron finds homeschooling her kids ‘incredibly stressful’
Julia Roberts, Danny Moder mark 18 years as married couple
Airtel deploys Nokia’s open Cloud-based VoLTE network
SEBI norms tweak boost chances of CG Power resolution
Veggies on the rise, prices soar by up to 200%
Post-Covid conquest: Dharavi Inc. raring to buzz with biz
Sagging electoral prospects behind Trump’s H-1B action
No Chinese goods in food ministry now: Ram Vilas Paswan
Domestic gas pricing reform on cards, controls may be lifted
RBI to conduct special ”Open Market Operations” to pump up liquidity
Column: Prime Minister sets the record straight – Spy’s Eye
50 hours and police still searching for Vikas Dubey
India at Afghan crossroads as Taliban cocks its guns
Saroj Khan will live in history of choreography for Indian cinema: Subhash Ghai
Eng vs WI: Anderson & Broad deserve to play 1st Test, says Hussain
We definitely spoke to Rahul Dravid: Ex-CoA chief Rai on India coach job
Azhar can be reason for Younis-Grant knife episode, says Latif
British PM rules out return of club cricket in wake of COVID-19 crisis
TSJC felicitates sports personalities on World Sports Journalists Day
Dalai Lama marks 85th birthday with album of mantras
Oats, rye bran may reduce weight gain, hepatic inflammation
India wants to focus on connectivity to Buddhist sites: PM Modi
Explore history of America in Philadelphia
Rahul questions performance of ventilators funded by PM CARES
Congress raises questions over ventilator prices, quality
Coronavirus: Delhi 556 short of 1 lakh in COVID-19 tally
Vande Bharat: Air India to operate 36 India-US flights from July 11-19
Pak PM launches initiative to protect, promote national parks
Private trains’ fares to be competitive with airlines: Chairman
Flying on instalments: IndiGo allows flexible ticket payment option
Instead of focusing on the economy, the Modi government has pushed its divisive agenda
Under our constitutional framework, the executive is answerable even in times of a national crisis: Kapil Sibal
Government must recognise that fear and enterprise don’t go together. Keep the ED and the CBI at bay and ensure that income tax authorities act within...
There are positives. But India needs to do more on education, tech, exports, informal sector and farming
Ever since his government came to power, our PM has altered, using the enormous power he wields, the nature of the State
Today, institutions speak not for the rule of law, but for those who rule, unconcerned with the law.
The internet is a technology that empowers. It is also a platform that can disempower. It can build bridges or dismantle them. Through dialogue it can...
With 2019 round the corner, a polarised J&K will add fuel to the fire, the centrality of the BJP’s communal agenda.
Pranab Mukherjee’s decision to address RSS meet in Nagpur need not perturb the Congress. He did not go there as a representative of the party.
We need to amend the law and forge political consensus to avert subversion of democracy
Supreme Court must now address itself to protecting the institution from political machinations.
The informal summit at Wuhan between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping must be seen in the context of changing global equations. China with...
The government’s opposition to the elevation of the Chief Justice of the Uttarakhand High Court, Justice K.M. Joseph, to the Supreme Court, as recommended by the...
There is no procedure under the law except through an impeachment motion to remove an errant judge. When all processes are politicised and the media is...
There are two essential elements of a constitutional republic. First, the law and not men are supreme. Second, the sovereignty of each individual expressed through elected...
Politician-business-banker nexus makes bank lendings prone to corruption.
The clarion call for freedom triumphed on August 15, 1947. What followed in its wake, along the road to transfer of power, were heart-wrenching stories of...
Every 18 minutes, a Dalit is attacked in India. However, the conviction rate is only 28 per cent. UP, Rajasthan, Bihar and MP have witnessed a...
The Chief Justice of India is the Master of the Roster. He must also be accountable
The triple talaq Bill smacks of political opportunism
The nature of the political discourse has changed radically; those who seek an inclusive India are termed Pakistanis and anti-national.
The CAG earned laurels for the sensational Rs 1.76 lakh crore alleged presumptive loss to the treasury following the 2G spectrum allocations based on the administered...
The BJP may have won Gujarat, the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but deep down, it also knows that it has lost the battle....
The arithmetic of politics has succeeded. The BJP has won, though with a lower tally in Gujarat. Himachal Pradesh has been wrested from the Congress. When...
People love to hate. But when they think that god is on their side, hatred becomes a matter of faith. That breeds violence. The Thirty Years’...
Any loss of confidence in the bipartisan nature of court procedures will sully its reputation
With the dismantling of trade barriers and the exponential increase of cross-border economic activity, the nature of the global economy has changed. This reality has necessitated...
Justice, in all its manifestations, is essential if the culture of democracy is to flourish. Unbiased investigations are essential to delivering justice to the victims of...
India has a long way to go. It would be in the fitness of things for the government to lay out a roadmap for businesses at...
Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised us a New India: sans corruption, business friendly, with a resurgent rupee, a great power that is recognised globally. His motto,...
The curtailment of an individual writer or author’s freedom of speech and expression should never be lightly viewed. Any person who feels that his good name...
NPA crisis was accentuated by court judgments cancelling telecom licences and coal block allocations. An overzealous CAG, bloodthirsty media, myopic Opposition hurt India’s progress Presumptive loss...
While a political party may draw inspiration from the past, it must live in the present
NDA government promised to transform India in 60 months. Forty months down the road, the future looks bleak and bluffing through the jugglery of numbers continues....
New Delhi 9th Oct 2017, : If transfers by the Collegium are made in a non-transparent fashion, even unanimously, people will speculate Under our constitutional scheme,...
October 9, New Delhi, 2017: To navigate choppy waters requires courage. The navigator must be astute enough to recognise the strength of the undercurrent. In Jammu &...
The PM in attempting to usher in the era of a cashless society, has rendered poor people cashless.
Recent experience shows that Governors in the country have been errant in upholding constitutional values.
The State insists on sharing our Aadhaar with various government departments, to be stored and used as and when necessary. Though it helps streamline our activities,...
The steady rise of the ugly Indian since 2014 has gained traction. The organs of the body politic have begun to atrophy. State-craft based on media...
To prevent more Gorakhpurs, shake off the apathy and fix India’s broken public healthcare
New Delhi, Sep 1, 2017: The process of societal reform embedded in age-old practices is slow and painful. Martin Luther tried to reform the Catholic Church...
With mobile phones in the hands of 900 million, the power of fake news has the potential to deliver outcomes based on fiction, not facts.
It is under a regime that thrives on instilling fear, suppressing dissent
Privacy must be recognised as a constitutional right for it to be enforced, but its exercise is subject to legitimate and compelling State interest
What India needs is an objective media, independent judiciary, investigation agencies that inspire confidence, honest bureaucrats, and, a robust economy backed by sound banking practises.
BJP projects itself as pro-Dalit by making Ram Nath Kovind its presidential candidate. It won’t work
Unless a trade is prohibited by law or taken over by the state, restrictions of the kind imposed by the rules regarding sale of cattle are...
Politics must be muscular, majoritarian with a no-holds-barred campaign to invade the minds of citizens, embedding in them the mirage of change for the better.
Three years of drought, that is the state of the nation. The monsoon of hope is a long way away. Yet the dream has not soured;...
The central issue, therefore, is not the finality and the manner in which women are divorced, but the inability of both law and society to protect...
Respect for the flag and standing up for the anthem should be driven by emotion, not law.
With the power of judicial review, the expanse of our Supreme Court’s jurisdiction is unmatched compared to other judicial forums around the world. The greater the...
This government is high on rhetoric, short on facts.