President, Public Health Foundation of India, Dr K Srinath Reddy talks about pluses and minuses of new health policy
Trump’s reversal is an opportunity to reframe climate change as a social and not a physical problem
The grave implications of the record-breaking low turnout (about seven percent) for one byelection and postponement of another
Even after more than a decade of its existence, the commission continues to struggle with issues of staff crunch and pending cases
Interview with Radha Krishna Mathur, chief information commissioner
A chemical attack, allegedly by the Syrian government, and the US missile attack on Shayrat air base. Countries react to the upturn in the conflict.
Call it agit-grotesque for want of a better expression, but the images from the protest site, as our photographer found, are hard to erase from the mind.
Tamil Nadu is facing its worst drought in over 140 years and desperate farmers are killing themselves
In 2015-16, over 200 farmers committed suicide in Orissa. This year, five have taken their lives in quick succession. Is there no way the government can check farm distress?
Diego Palacios, country representative (India), UNFPA talks about well-being of adolescents
Minister Mansukh Mandviya speaks about his ministries, BJP’s prospects in Gujarat and his mission – cycling.
Dismal appraisal of Magsaysay winner raises questions
Escalating election expenses is antithetical to democracy. A look at how parties raised and spent funds in the seven state elections.
How come a country with an insatiable demand for the yellow metal has little say in the global market?
TRAI’s idea of free data is centred on an aggregator model. But for critics, it is a new form of zero rating.
Despite staff crunch, all seems well for the National Museum in the capital
“What kind of learning or writing can happen if you are not even allowed to discuss the world you live in?”
Art director Thota Tharrani talks about his journey in film industry and more