Homeless in the Capital

Delhi is home to some 2 lakh homeless. Here’s how they live – and die – on the streets

Something is rotten at the heart of BHU

Opening Comment

The university has become a rehabilitation centre for incompetent and lumpenised legatees of dons

“Satyagraha is not out-of-date


Interview with Bhikhu Parekh, political scientist and gandhi scholar

Encounter raj


In Yogi regime, police flaunt encounter-killing toll with pride

Lessons of Dokalam standoff


It has been a coming-of-age ritual for us: now it’s time to profit from the crisis

The challenge of judicial reforms


Judicial reforms are essential to the country’s sustained growth and balanced development

The tall leader


The Statue of Unity, dedicated to the memory of Sardar Patel, is making progress

Rail security: sloppy planning


The railways is adamant on ignoring a series of red flags and continues to repeat the faulty track alignment in hilly regions. The result is a grave security risk

Will Rail Board wake up from slumber?


A series of derailments underlines the urgent need to overhaul the top decision-making body which is yet to devise a comprehensive strategy to ensure passenger safety

Parting ways


Can de-linking education and profession in architecture courses help in its better regulation?

No home to go to

Letter from Europe

Andrej Mahecic of UNHCR on the unfolding Rohingya refugee crisis and India’s role

Brick by brick


From a job-seeker migrant to a world contestant: Rohim Momin can be a poster-boy for Skill India Mission

How to quench Chennai’s thirst


Interview with V Arun Roy, MD, Chennai metropolitan water supply and sewerage board

Learning to build the smart cities


The ambitious mission requires large-scale capacity building of civic officials

"Free music is questionable"

On a personal note

In conversation with musician Sudha Ragunathan