What surgical strikes mean for India-Pak relations
It will save time and money, remove frequent election-mode governance gaps
India’s water expert and president of the South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies, S Janakarajan explains why the southern states saw a water-war like situation
Rajnath Singh’s elder son, Pankaj Singh, talks about dynasty politics, his political ambitions and the prospects of BJP in the upcoming UP assembly elections
India has an uphill task of securing strong commitments on Mode 4 services from the US, EU
Govt readies ambitious plan to remove bottlenecks in medical education and prepare more doctors to meet the demand
Uber joins the Skill India platform to train youngsters and help them find employment
A number of tribal kids are dying of malnutrition in Palghar district, Maharashtra. Lack of basic facilities like roads, water, healthcare and employment is also not helping
The pro-life bias in the abortion law undermines the rights of women as they cannot terminate even an early pregnancy at will
Many years have passed in lax interpretation of noise pollution rules. It is time authorities took stringent action on citizens’ complaints
If you equate the bad loan crisis with public sector banks, think again. Private sector lenders are also in the soup
RBI Deputy Governor SS Mundra speaks at Governance Now’s India Banking Reforms Conclave 2016
The new tax regime is expected to boost exports with reduced costs of goods and services
An assessment standard can help identify, target, monitor and assess poverty in all its forms
Now that the big bang event is over, where does the consumer stand in the new scenario?
"Actors are just repeating themselves. Same pout, the same expressions they carry in all films. Earlier film stars were icons."