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Jul 11, 2017
Sikkim border dispute: Indian Army deploys 2,500 more soldiers to site while China hints at Kashmir unrestThe Sikkim border dispute between India and China is showing no signs of letting up.
Jun 30, 2017
GST explainer Part-III: Will it be win-win for all or will some states, businesses lose out?The transition to a new tax regime will involve some disruption and this will be more keenly felt by small businesses which have only just started recovering from demonetisation
Jul 23, 2016
Donald Trump’s 'terrible, horrible' dog days have made him unstoppableDonald Trump is no ordinary man. He is a master negotiator. The 70-year-old businessman can be ruthless with rivals and plays hardball: these traits were forged during the businessman’s ‘terrible, horrible’ stretch of personal and financial troubles more than two decades ago and have now propelled him to the Republican nomination.
Feb 29, 2016
Budget 2016: Elections cometh to UP, politics maketh Arun JaitleyIf one goes by Arun Jaitley's budget speech utterances, it can safely be assumed that “politics makes the finance minister”.
Feb 20, 2016
By using 'azadi' slogans to target the left, the govt has mistakenly boosted 'azadi' sentiment in KashmirThe government’s inept handling of the situation in JNU has given a fillip to secessionists in Kashmir.
Nov 05, 2013
Seven signs that Congress is on the verge of a nervous breakdownHere are seven tell-tale signs just from last week of a party that appears to be on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Aug 23, 2013
John was hallucinating when he wanted to release Madras Cafe in ChennaiThere is no point in arguing who is right and who is wrong. The Tamil groups and parties are justified in their outrage — the Sri Lankan Tamil issue is a genuine political issue in the state.
Jun 08, 2013
Why India needs to tread cautiously while strengthening ties with USIndia and the United States will have their fourth strategic dialogue in New Delhi on 24 June. John Kerry will be on his maiden India visit since being appointed US Secretary of State to meet his Salman Khurshid.
Mar 06, 2013
Compared to 2G, farm loan waiver isn't even a scamBy 2G and Coalgate standards, the farm loan waiver scheme's blemishes, as outlined by CAG, are not quite a scam. But they raise more intriguing questions.
Jan 22, 2013
Why the state of India’s primary education is shockingEven as the government undertakes to educate all its children under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, private schools are mushrooming in rural India and attract 10 % more students every year, compared to the previous year.