- Clamping down on crime
- Be scientific
- Why India is not part of the Belt and Road Initiative summit
- Why a 12th century Bhakti saint is key for BJP in Karnataka
- Weak public institutions behind India’s low state capacity
- An evolving multilateral order
- Ring-fencing RBI in a new NPA regime
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The police’s perception of public safety and their own role is changing, but too slowly
On GM mustard for farms, the Centre must privilege reason over politics in taking the call
The dragon is spitting repeated streaks of fire. How long can the elephant be left behind?
Basavanna is a seminal figure in the Bhakti movement, which challenged the dominance of Brahminical Hinduism, and especially institutions like the caste system, from the 6th century onwards.
As India’s challenges mount, the need for institutional reform is vital if the country is to build and sustain an Indian state for the 21st century
While there is an evolving new China-dominated multilateralism, confidence in existing American-fashioned multilateral institutions has been waning
The RBI will embroil itself in banks’ decision-making and yet act as regulator. This can only be a temporary arrangement