Gradual pick-up and signs of plateauing of economic activity underscore difficulty of fiscal management. It’s a long haul ahead
Assault on Hong Kong’s autonomy is of a piece with Xi’s assertiveness at home and expansionism abroad
The Assam agitationists and the government at midnight simultaneously implemented the terms of the July 25 accord with minor modifications and decided to hold a preliminary negotiation on the “foreigners’ issue” at Imphal on August 11.
Leadership crisis of the Congress is now manifest in a farcical battle of the generations
SC needs to ask tougher questions, of those who wield power — before it dismisses an 83-year-old citizen’s plea for freedom
A unified database of COVID-19 patients would streamline immediate responses and warn of future effects
The Centre had paved the way for the end of the 10-month-long agitation in Assam and resumption of negotiations on the substantive question of the foreign nationals issue.
An inventory of her personal possessions reveals some of Jayalalithaa’s secrets, shelters some stories
National Education Policy’s stress on reforms is welcome. It will be tested on campus and in classroom where deep faultlines lie
NC leader acknowledges constraints August 5 decision casts on mainstream politics in Kashmir — and challenge ahead
Survey shows a third of India’s tiger reserves are nearing peak capacity. Creative solutions can reduce human-animal conflict
After the proposals are given concrete shape they will be placed before the Prime Minister for her approval.
COVID-19 claims an ageing victim — the railway dak carrier who bore sensitive letters from the burra sahibs
According to official sources, Dorendra Singh who had been negotiating with the agitation leaders as an “emissary” of the Prime Minister had an hour-long meeting with Rao Saheb when he reported on the “accord” and his talks with the agitation leaders.
Amid the pandemic, a long lost romance could be recreated, a new chapter could begin
Rajasthan Governor’s role in current crisis reinforces impression that office takes cue from Centre, not Constitution
GST Council must decide on how to protect states’ GST revenues, reduce uncertainty
The Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, Wang Bing Nan, said that the British representative at the Simla conference, McMahon, had merely suggested a boundary line.
John Saxon, gambling judoka and notable star of the kung fu era, has left for the great dojo in the sky
Healthcare workers, on the frontlines of the battle against the virus, need greater care and support
RBI’s financial stability report underlines weakness that must be addressed, or it could slow down economic recovery
A letter from Governor evokes a sharp response from Naga rebels. Care must be taken to keep conversation going
The court’s 13 questions could prise open spaces in a political party — and also risk judicial over-reach
Even as India-China tensions on LAC continue, Delhi must also calibrate response to new edge of US-China dynamic
Women’s needs, like those of all vulnerable groups, must be placed at heart of emergency response to Covid crisis