It was Narendra Modi who had equated the strength of the rupee to the prestige of the prime minister.
The census data underscores the fact that the only community to grow at more than the usual rate was the Muslim community.
Distortions of the reservation policy caused the Patels to demand backward status.
The separatists do not represent the people of Jammu and Kashmir, and have no locus standi other than as citizens of India residing in Kashmir.
A hundred objections are bound to be raised by vested interests, including legal luminaries.
The 70-day FTII imbroglio has almost reached a point of no return (‘Midnight knock’, August 20).
In the passing away of India’s first lady, Suvra Mukherjee, we lost a noble woman.
The rejection of terror in the joint statement issued after talks between Narendra Modi and UAE Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan is a welcome development.
This refers to the editorial, ‘Winter is coming’ (August 14). To dub the monsoon session a wash-out would be a gross understatement.
Meghnad Desai sounds like a Modi spokesperson in his attempt to defend Modi’s continued silence over ‘Lalitgate’ and Vyapam.
No wonder, Justice Ray developed an adulatory attitude towards Indira Gandhi.
By interpreting the word “adhinayak” as “Angrez”, we are doubting the patriotism of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.