- Clarity and facts on the ground
- None for the road
- Stepping up to a shared potential
- A reckless intervention
- Stirring up the nuclear pot
- A court order, a consensus from below
- The politics and economics of farm loan waivers
- Fuelling concerns
- Troubled waters
Why it’s essential that the Supreme Court speedily hears the Aadhaar petitions
The liquor trade, as the Supreme Court has emphasised, is indeed res extra commercium , something outside the idea of commerce. The SC should examine the consequence ofits order on the liquor trade — and amend it
Three areas of relationship between India and Australia that show great potential.
The American air strikes on Syria raise questions of legality and purpose
Nuclear weapons have ceased to be viable as instruments of war because of the unpredictability of the consequences of a nuclear war. No one can trust even the use of tactical nuclear weapons without collateral damage for the user.
Regulationists and other critics of SC order must answer: Just how much liquor on a highway, or in an area generally, would be too much? Or are they for free flow of alcohol, at all times and everywhere?
Farm loan waivers are a bad idea. They were a bad idea in 2008 when the UPA was in power, and continue to be so in 2017 with the NDA in power
The intent to introduce ‘dynamic fuel pricing’ seems more political than anything else. As a concept it is not new to the world, but should India adopt everything that the West does is the question, given the vast dealer network which petroleum retail has.
By deciding to test up to 50 per cent of India’s shrimp consignments for antibiotic residues such as chloramphenicol and nitrofurans, the EU has ramped up the cost of India’s shrimp exports.