The Economic Survey has formally inaugurated the debate on universal basic income. It is a step in right direction
Excerpt from the Economic Survey on universal basic income
The budget proposals on political funding are not enough. They will only make it more secretive
Late chief minister J Jayalalithaa’s niece Deepa Jayakumar has staked claim to her legacy, even as Sasikala and Panneerselvam are locked in a battle
Police firing, pre-fabricated consent letters, dalals, destruction of villagers’ fields – a ground report from the coal-rich Barkagaon region in Jharkhand
A report on WHO executive board meeting: India tries to discuss access to medicine, next chief’s selection makes progress and Gates Foundation faces flak
A heartbreaking story of a custodial killing, and a fauji father’s long struggle for justice
Can philanthropic inputs alone heal the ailing public healthcare sector in Kerala, among the best in the country only two decades ago? Or does the government need to do much more?
Interview with Usha Ananthasubramanian, managing director and chief executive officer, Punjab National Bank
Over the years the government has failed to meet its disinvestment targets, but that has not deterred it from the setting its sights even higher
Aadhaar is as voluntary as voluntary retirement schemes – usually leaving you with little choice
The Akshaya Patra Foundation provides mid-day meals to over 1.6 million children every day with the aid of the government and corporates
Doctors have contributed to the declining sex ratio in India. Only social reforms and effective implementation of the PCPNDT Act will decrease sex selective abortions
Is the plan to count PhD students as IIT faculty members a step in right direction?
Scientists have declared 2016 as the hottest year since 1880. Population growth, climate change and accompanying extreme weather events are a problem we can no longer ignore
“If art or culture disappears, it wipes out an entire generation with it.”