PMEAC Chairman Bibek Debroy’s warning on economic slowdown shows govt’s top advisors aren’t living in denial any longer
The PMEAC chairman’s warnings and prescriptions should be an eye-opener to the government in the present economic scenario
Having assailed Finance Minister Arun Jaitley over the "mess" in the economy, BJP veteran leader Yashwant Sinha attacked the government on the Kashmir imbroglio, insisting "India has lost people of the valley emotionally".
Outgoing vice-president Hamid Ansari has spoken more like a political leader whose views are same as that of the Congress party, which nominated him to the top post
Back in 2004 — following some of her most turbulent years in politics — Jayalalithaa sat down with Karan Thapar for an interview for BBC World’s HARDtalk India. What followed was one of her strongest interviews providing an insight into the mind of the phenomenon called as Amma.
The I&B minister is ready to work for a future without the I&B ministry. But will politicians be as open to giving up a powerful weapon at their disposal?
Pakistan has now raised questions on why Indian Army DGMO did not inform his Pakistani counterpart on the killing of five Indian soldiers during their hotline talk on August 6.
Aung Sang Suu Kyi doesn’t want to be deified and consigned to legends and folklore, but wants to be of use to her country.
If one compares the number of bills passed by the first five Lok Sabha sessions after independence with the number of bills passes by the recent five Lok Sabha sessions, the tally is 1630 versus 939. That is a decline of over 40%.
According to Law Minister Salman Khurshid, the Lokpal Bill will be passed by the UPA government well before the 2014 elections.
Being deaf to criticism prevents Team Anna from understanding what their critics and supporters feel.
Why doesn't Team Anna targets the non-Congress politicians? Why is it silent over scams in BJP ruled states. Kiran Bedi, a member of Team Anna, tries to explain why.
Sanjoy K Roy has said it was his decision to call off the video link to Salman Rushdie, even while the police assured him of maintaining order at the festival.
Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal defended his decision to ask Internet companies to take down offensive content, saying that his government was not trying to curtail freedom of expression.
The Guild took serious note of Katju's advocacy for "draconian powers" especially by a Council led by someone who 'wants to invoke fear in the media'.
Montek Singh Ahluwalia explains why you can't have it all: high food subsidies and cheap kerosene and diesel. He also stands by his poverty line - sort of
Sonia Gandhi's first public appearance marks a slight change in coverage from the issues that have been dominating the media over the last few days
Inflation will remain high till mid-2012, says Kaushik Basu.