Krystle D'souza's Instagram account defies her image of a demure woman and testifies the actors’s love for clothes, bags, shoes and everything pretty.
India’s jump in Ease of Business ranking is welcome. But there is much that it does not capture
Growth can alleviate poverty but its definition needs to expand to make any tangible difference on the ground.
For the seas, solar-powered ships could be what E-vehicles are for land.
How electioneering throws a spanner on solving real problems.
The Jana Sangh has given a set of demands, saying if these were not accepted by the government soon, it would recommend to the Janata Party to consider non-participation in the elections.
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The editorial notes that in the 21st century, a “military war is a rare possibility” as “ we are constantly at war in the information age”.
The ministry of culture’s proposal to allow construction near historical monuments betrays a lack of understanding of their value.
A meaningful reduction in effective corporate tax rates to around 20 per cent is the correct follow-through to the logic, and pain, of demonetisation.
Trump has reinstated the Global Gag Policy, but its on-ground impact will be damaging across the world. Women, as always, will be the victims.
In a desperate bid to revive its fortunes in the poll-bound Uttar Pradesh, the Congress party released a list of 40 star campaigners just for the first phase of the elections.
The issued guidelines raise the question of lopsided priorities where national symbols like the anthem have been pitted against a basic dignity that the authorities cannot afford to some of its lawful citizens.
The Tamil Nadu government’s ordinance allowing Jallikattu may also lead to many other states taking the same route and in the process overriding judicial orders in order to hold banned animal sports in their states.