- Passage without scrutiny
- Powering India-Nepal ties
- Ending nuclear lawlessness
- India’s epic dilemma
- Holidays, yours and mine
- The insecurity of inequality
- Markets cannot deliver healthcare, education
- Re-engineering democracy for today
- Moralistic bans can really hurt the economy
- Water wars
- China’s One Belt, One Road
We must move to a system where every Bill goes through the committee stage in each House of Parliament
Nepal is short of power and will need to import power for some years to accelerate its economic growth. India has surplus capacity at present. This is an opportune moment to push for electricity trade with a long-term perspective.
The attempt at the UN to ban atomic weapons is based on the premise that all countries deserve equal security
Some days ago, during a discussion on the many ways to interpret episodes in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, the issue came up of whether these are ethical texts or merely ideological ones.
Judges can avail of leave without doing it collectively
In our globalized world, inequality cannot be left to markets and local communities to solve any more than climate change can
Good healthcare needs other social institutions and structures such as public trust, enforceable professional ethical codes, public delivery systems and tight regulations
By launching a distinct e-governance initiative centred on online polls and powerful analytics, India can shine a light
Tobacco, alcohol, meat, romance — the morality meter’s ticking to cut these industries down to size
The ongoing water crisis in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu needs to be managed jointly
It has both economic and strategic aspects.