- A prolonged protest
- Pivot to the Indo-Pacific
- No place for scholarship
- More robots, fewer jobs?
- Misreading caste
- The role of states in foreign policy
- How to build eco-friendly roads
- Time to focus on women’s access to sanitation, hygiene
- India-Bangladesh ties have moved beyond Teesta
- Fixing portions of food served in hotels is not the government’s job
The by-elections in Kashmir were marked by a mix of indifference and violent anger
Cooperation with like-minded countries gives India more space to emerge as a key regional interlocutor.
New guidelines cutting the number of MPhil and PhD students a professor can supervise will kill research.
Our burgeoning young population is clearly struggling for jobs, despite being in the world’s fastest growing economy. Bridging this employment gap could become an insurmountable challenge thanks to the growing integration of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI)-based technologies and robotics in all our core industrial sectors.
New backward classes commission perpetuates an older truncation—of exclusion and discrimination as merely deprivation and disadvantage.
While staying firm on core national interests, New Delhi needs to give the states greater freedom to pursue cross-border economic partnerships.
Determining exactly where roads should be built will help us maximise their benefits and minimise impacts.
The 2011 Census reveals that only 25.4% households in rural India have bathrooms compared to the 19.7% who do not have a roof over their heads. The balance 55% has no private bathing space at all, forcing women to bathe in the open.
A water-sharing agreement on Teesta is pending since 2011 due to the objection by the West Bengal government. This has been a major point of contention between the two countries. However, leaders from both countries, especially Hasina, are worthy of appreciation for showing pragmatism and not letting the relationship to be held hostage because of this.
The NDA government is preparing to fix portion sizes of dishes served by star hotels and restaurants, a fortnight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed concern about wastage of food in his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio programme.