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India has failed in bringing administrative reforms: Mark Tully

"Only this afternoon I had lunch with an ambassador who comes from an industrialised country. I asked him if businessmen find it easier to do businesses in India, to which he said that it is still very complicated"

Noida real estate: How UP strangled its goose that laid golden eggs

The real estate sector of Noida, abutting Delhi, is staring at an acute crisis thanks to the Uttar Pradesh government’s worrying decision to hike circle rate and stamp duty

We do not see the end of child labour in the near future with this law: Kailash Satyarthi

The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Amendment Bill has been passed by the Lok Sabha. Child rights activist and Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi talks about the new bill and what more is needed

Kashmir: Trouble in paradise

The latest round of violence highlights the need to rethink Kashmir strategy

Heavy rains wash away Gurugram’s Millennium City tag

Police asks motorists to avoid Gurugram as vehicles were stuck for hours due to massive traffic snarls

“If I was not forced to present an interim budget I would’ve also made the same speech”

Yashwant Sinha has a critical role in the story of India’s economic reforms. It was he who was at the helm when the economy was in the worst crisis, keeping the vigil before the dawn of the reforms.

Mumbai’s draft development plan inconsistent, say activists

Concerns raised about provisioning for affordable housing after civic authorities sought suggestions to improve Mumbai

1,175 obsolete laws repealed

As many as 1,827 laws have been identified as obsolete

687 athletes banned for doping since 2009

An average of 100 athletes every year have been banned for doping-related offence in India

Naxalism is not India`s biggest internal security threat: Mahasweta Devi

Renowned activist-writer and Jnanpith award winner, Mahasweta Devi passed away at 90. A look back at her interview with us as she spoke about Bengal politics and tribal communities

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