Why Gauri Lankesh’s murder reminds us of this passage from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s classic ‘Crime and Punishment’
The judiciary, an institution critical to sustain India’s development saga, is badly in need of repair. Here is why
Delhi is increasingly looking towards the continent to meet its growing hydrocarbon demand
Project Mausam hopes to checkmate China, which is pushing for its Silk Route initiative
The ivory white monument of love is turning pale yellow, and mudpacks are being applied to improve it. But is that enough when the cause of the yellowing is rampant pollution?
Birds with broken wings and muscle damage, injured by the manja (glass-coated kite strings), get admitted to the charitable bird hospital called Abhay Daanam in Sunpura, Greater Noida
Chennai plans to expand its metropolitan area about seven times. Compacting development, ensuring sustainability and low-density sprawl are key concerns
Stories of four of the bravehearts who took instant triple talaq to court and had it banned
The SP government’s handsome deal to farmers who gave up land for the Agra-Lucknow expressway had raised hopes. But farmers giving up land for the Jewar airport don’t expect the BJP government to be as liberal
A 38-year-old government order denies Baigas the choice of undergoing sterilisation
A roof over every head is a worthy aim, not only for welfare but also for the economy
Classical urbanism transforms food as an instrument of control by making us distant from its origins and source. True urban sovereignty requires us to reconfigure our relationship to food in a fundamental manner
Will the new email network of the government ensure foolproof security?
“The censor board, which polices artistic expression, strongly wants every film to sound politically correct”