Gandhis lose SPG protection: History shows threat to family is real and constant, govt should quietly restore cover
If there is a vulnerable family anywhere in the world, it is the Gandhis.
Ayodhya judgment: Supreme Court has chosen necessity over rationality in its verdict, this is bound to have repercussions
What the long-term repercussions of the Ayodhya judgment are will unfold in time. But there will, of course, be repercussions
WhatsApp hack: Onus lies on govt to come clean considering those compromised are 'anti-establishment operators'
In America, a judge has to authorise a wire tap. In India this is not needed.
In Donald Trump's America, nationalism has become a substitute for patriotism; India should take heed, here's why
The developments in Donald Trump's America is what happens to countries where the mad and rabid narrative of nationalism takes over, as it has in India.
Pakistan stays on FATF grey list: Imposing sanctions on under pressure Islamabad may not curb terror, here's why
The demands made by the FATF are principally about Pakistan's ability to implement an action plan it itself put together
Kurzweil predicts that most if not all disease will be curable easily in the next decade.
IAF demand for 200 more planes rendered redundant by fall in conventional war, rise of cyberspace conflict
The fighter plane is a 100-year-old technology, having been first used in World War I in 1914.
Narendra Modi calls for consensus on terrorism: Differing definitions make it difficult to distinguish radicals from revolutionaries
On Friday, India’s prime minister made a short address before the United Nations General Assembly
Budget rollbacks by Nirmala Sitharaman show decisiveness, but also highlight pitfalls of 'strong leadership'
India’s GDP growth has fallen to below 6 percent in the first quarter and expected to fall further in the second.
India's $5 trillion economy: Lure of white-collar jobs, poor law implementation, lack of entrepreneurial spirit major bottlenecks
The state that is efficient can devise and implement policies that it believes can boost growth.
EU-like arrangement within SAARC could halt economic slowdown, but only if trade stops playing second fiddle to nationalism
The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) contains Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Maldives and India
'Space is dangerous and there will be many failed attempts as we try to use mankind’s ingenuity to take the next evolutionary step'.
GDP falls to 5%: Urgent economic reforms needed, but Centre's attention fixed on Ayodhya, Assam and Kashmir
Unless very high growth is revived, India’s journey towards eliminating poverty and dependence will halt.
'Strong, decisive' leadership seen as desirable, but Sitharaman's reversals to boost economy display its limitations
A few things happened this week that may have surprised those who were under the impression that India was doing very well economically.
Centre's 'masterstroke' on Article 370 in Kashmir puts armed forces on trial; debate necessary on costs of conflict
Personnel of the armed forces are in Kashmir to suppress the sentiment which expresses itself often through violence, because there is no other means of expressing it.
Kashmir move's full meaning will unfold over time but in discrediting PDP, NC, India should watch out who fills in that space
Of course other states also have special status, but Kashmir was viewed in a particular way because of religion.
UAPA (Amendment) Bill 2019 violates the very international laws it quotes, defies principles of natural justice
The UAPA offers an overbroad and ambiguous definition of a 'terrorist act' which includes the death of, or injuries to any person, damage to any property, an attempt to over awe any public functionary by means of criminal force and any act to compel the government or any person to do or abstain from doing any act etc.
There are currently people working on trying to establish a permanent human colony on Mars.
India’s lunar mission Chandrayaan-2, that will launch tomorrow, was approved by Manmohan Singh in 2008.
After Rahul Gandhi, Congress can redefine how political parties are run in India by choosing next leader on merit
In India, tickets to Lok Sabha elections are given out without a voting process like the American primaries or the UK hustings. The same is the case for Assembly and corporation elections. There is no transparency in how tickets to Rajya Sabha are given in any party.