Potter provides an escape into a world that is full of wizards, and yet so human
People with a history of dengue infection may not necessarily be at a greater risk of Zika infection
There is ‘blood at the root’ of the Hindutva movement whenever it refuses to see Muslims and other minorities as fully Indian
The India-based Neutrino Observatory would greatly advance scientific research
P.N. Bhagwati was India’s most influential judge — it’s time his legacy is revisited
K. Srikanth, Sai Praneeth and H.S. Prannoy have transformed men’s badminton in India
The international community must push for a resolution of the Qatar crisis
Finance Ministry and Reserve Bank publications no longer explain in detail, the official view on the economy
Even as businesses, big and small, burn the midnight oil getting ready for the GST, consumers also need to get used to the bevy of terms t
When Dr Sarada Menon’s name cropped up in a recent conversation, thoughts naturally turned to the Institute of Mental Health, Kilpauk, w
PMC’s success with muni bonds may not be easy to replicate, but it can serve as a role model for local bodies.
Regarding the editorial ‘Trouble in the hills’ (June 24), the indefinite agitation launched by the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) for a
Using just wholesale price index as deflator could distort real GDP. Price indices for all inputs and outputs would work better
It is celebrated on the first day of the month of Shawal with a sentiment to express a deep sense of gratitude to Allah and at the same tim
She wishes a happy Eid to everyone but at the same time she whispers a silent prayer: Oh Allah! Let there be no Eid, ever!
More than mobocracy, kangaroo courts, lynchings, and panaceas, we need a return to the rule of law and the process of internal political di
A combination of coercive and non-coercive means is being used to silence criticism
The failure to make a visible impact on how cricket is governed in India is extremely worrying
Editorial judgment tells whether a story is worth publishing while due diligence is used to scan it for journalistic rigour
A report about medical counselling in Tamil Nadu (June 25, 2017, some editions) erroneously said in the headline that the counselling was
A short guide to the history of cricket in Pakistan
Daniel Day-Lewis will be remembered for his relentless pursuit of characters
A cognitive bias that causes people to assign greater value to goods that they have created on their own either partially or from scratch.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have an opportunity to shape President Trump’s basic views on Pakistan
Legislatures must not invoke power to punish for breach of privilege
Any attempt to improve our cities depends on how data are compiled and shared
The agrarian crisis has reached its zenith largely due to climatic change and economic factors. The wave of crop loan waivers are not a pe
It is appalling to know that children in the border villages on the Indian side go to schools in Bangladesh and study books prescribed by
The lynching of Mohammed Ayub Pandith highlights the dangers that the police in Kashmir face today, whether from gun-wielding militants or
A useful account that provides lesser known details on her lasting contributions to green policies
The large oilseeds and pulses harvest of kharif 2016 is unlikely to be repeated
The last MPC meet saw diverse views being aired. Whether this melange helps those looking for forward guidance is a key issue
Satan lifted a remote in his hand and pointed it towards the wall; The ‘wall’ turned out to be a huge TV screen.
It was an idyllic childhood in as much as we needed no coins to buy the roasted sweet corn, dried peas, soybean, and what we called Kahanch
As we are approaching the conclusion of this blessed month, I pray that this Ramadan turns out fruitful, and you all find yourself rid of a
Normally we see humans getting killed, today the humanity stands slaughtered before us.
From unarmed civilians, fighting militants to local men in uniform, the casualties in Kashmir are becoming shattering and shocking.