- A great wall of paranoia
- The long journey of a forgotten people
- Article 142 and the need for judicial restraint
- Why India seeks friendships with both Palestine, Israel: Strong, but not hyphenated
- On triple talaq, court must say: Religious practice cannot trump modern constitutional morality
- Culture Needs A Plan
- What lies below the district?
- Indian healthcare’s innovation imperative
- Managing India’s electronic waste
- A tricky path to India’s solar-powered future
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As China pushes ahead with B&RI, India must reconcile geopolitical interests with wider developmental goals
Sri Lanka’s hill-country Tamils want to be seen as rightful citizens, not passive beneficiaries
The Supreme Court’s use of its vast powers under the Article has done tremendous good to many deprived sections. However, it is time to institute checks and balances
The brand new state had been carved out of Palestine, and India was a friend of its fellow underdog.
Underlying the “triple talaq” questions are deeper issues about the nature of constitutional law in India.
Institutions for the arts need professional managers for a turnaround
Despite all the talk of decentralisation, nothing does. Nobody owns the planning and development functions in panchayat samitis and gram panchayats.
Technological innovation while keeping socio-economic realities in mind will allow India to better create and deliver healthcare solutions
One of the important aspects of successful e-waste management in India is the ability of regulations to integrate the informal sector into the formal waste processing industry
The falling solar power tariffs should be welcomed—but it remains to be seen whether producers can deliver at those rates on a sustainable basis