A pre-policy medical examination refers to the tests that one has to undergo before the health cover is provided by the insurance company.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands administration has decided to suspend expeditions to retrieve the body of US national John Allen Chau, who was reportedly killed a few days ago by the Sentinelese tribe. The decision comes after a meeting with top police officers, anthropologists, forest officials on Monday. It is learnt that the Centre has […]
Today, there is a lot of talk about the scarcity of women in fields of science and engineering. They are under-represented in leadership roles. Although the number has risen to some extent in recent years, but is still relatively low. The percentage of women in India’s premier science research agencies is not more than 20 […]
As the right stamps itself, central universities will see politicisation that destroyed state universities.
Delhi blast acquittals raise a question: When will politics go beyond my favourite innocent vs yours?
Reading Hegel is always challenging. But an anthology of his work on India highlights how, even in his most prejudiced criticism, he could shine a light on unusual questions.
The enhancement of state powers without control or transparency is not being done against our wishes
Budget is a sober response to fear and uncertainty. But will it help tackle gathering storm in global capitalism?
India celebrates both democracy and elections. But is the latter dominating the former today?
His greatness was that he appeared above politics. In retrospect, that was also his weakness.
SC’s reading of the Representation of People Act could turn a large chunk of democratic mobilisation illegal.
Cycles of reaction and counter reaction, periods of stability and disruptive mobilisation, are, recurring features of politics.