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.
Civic polls results indicate that the party has pushed Congress aside to emerge as the real challenger to BJD in Odisha
The Oscars has placed the Black story at the heart of the nation’s narrative
The stunning theoretical contributions of Kenneth Arrow, who died last week, both built and undermined all of politics and all of market economics
Language and religion dominate voter preferences in Mumbai’s municipal elections
Foreign secretary level talks indicate that New Delhi and Beijing are on their way to resolving differences over India’s NSG membership
Eliminate the terrorist but talk to all other anti-state actors in Kashmir
Fifteen years after the 2002 riots, pain rankles: Losing my house, my neighbours, my community
The reaction of the public at large on the violent and threatening reaction to a peaceful protest speaks volumes about the culture of protest in India and the even more ironically the ‘acceptability’ of forms of peaceful protest.
Cricketer Virender Sehwag and actor Randeep Hooda took to Twitter to give their opinion on a Delhi University student who had posted a picture on Facebook and Twitter protesting against the ABVP.
MTP Act must be backed up with an appropriate social and regulatory environment
The ABVP aggression at Ramjas College can only be explained as a lesson intended for all universities
There is scarcely any field of economic theory that has not felt the impact of Kenneth Arrow’s seemingly complex models.