The Delhi result goes to show that the people of India voted for development, not communal politics, during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
The Left must recognise the changing social and economic realities.
Did we ever dream that we would evolve into a society that has no place for thinkers?
Amartya Sen immortalised the idea of “the argumentative Indian”.
Already, the state’s development has suffered hugely because of the absence of an elected and stable government.
This refers to ‘Fadnavis government to protect old cows’ (IE, January 28). Protecting old cows is not an issue of any socioeconomic significance. It does not warrant state attention. The cow has cultural and religious significance for Hindus. If any individual or organisation wants to protect old cows, they are free to do so. But […]
“Ghar wapsi”-like campaigns portray India in bad light. Such campaigns are abhorrent to the concept of a secular state.
Making a reader smile is a tough task but Laxman was able to lighten our days with consummate ease.
A strong bond This refers to ‘Chemistry over history: nuclear logjam clears, big push in defence’ (IE, January 26). This seems to be the best phase in India-US relations. Ties between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are so warm that Modi calls Obama by his first name. This is in stark […]
The Union govt’s U-turn on need to revisit Sec 66A of the Information Technology Act is disappointing.
Narendra Modi government seems to have a penchant for ordinances, particularly because of the logjam in the Upper House.
Whenever there is a terrorist attack, liberal and moderate Muslims are quick to denounce them.