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PSUs: Whose Wealth Is It ...

Apart from the usual concerns about religious polarisation, anti-incumbency, party hopping, a major focus is on a national debate on privatisation and disinvestment whereby state-run enterprises are to be gradually dismantled

Gujarat riots: Supreme Co...

Appearing fro the Gujarat Government, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta opposed Sibal's request for adjournment and said the case should be heard next week.

UK judge orders extraditi...

A UK district court has cleared the extradition of fugitive diamond trader Nirav Modi, saying that he will not be denied justice if he is extradited to India.

After Vodafone, Cairn win...

India’s retroactive tax demands have come back to haunt the government, with the Permanent Court of Arbitration awarding damages of $1.2 billion plus interest and costs to oil and gas explorer Cairn. What options does India have?

The Art of the Photo-Op

The best use of the photo-op is by using it to make a statement showing empathy, masculinity, wisdom, intellectual depth and/or in tune with contemporary trends and technology. Social media with its instant impact and enormous reach has made it an even more effective weapon.

PM CARES Fund: Shrouded i...

Ever since the Fund was created, it has been beset by controversy for being non-transparent. Though this has reached the SC, the centre is in no mood to answer any questions

“Musings from My Desk”: H...

The lopsided management of lakhs of migrant workers wishing to return to their villages in the absence of jobs and any means of livelihood tells us the story of their plight

Another Border Row

Nepal’s amendment of its Constitution to incorporate a new map with three Indian territories in it seems to be at the behest of China, which has increasingly gained a foothold there. By Col R Hariharan

Migrants Need Strong Huma...

Justice is activated when it is affected by human suffering. Justice unaffected by human suffering is not justice at all, but a mere chimera. The refusal of the Supreme Court to consider the desperate plight of migrant labour had caused despair amongst the people that suffering.

Locally Vocal

Each time the Prime Minister is scheduled to deliver a speech on television, I can sense the panic on social media. Ever since he announced demonetisation, every speech evokes a sense of panic and emojis of people with their hair standing on end has become fairly common.

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Kalkaji Mandir: HC appoin...

The Delhi High Court has...
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