Opinion

A new anti-HIV strategy


Mushroom ingredient may ‘reset’ brains of the depressed


New genetic signature for autism


Healing by machine


For the queen of Malwa, with love

All that Baz Bahadur did to ensure that Rupmati could worship the Narmada


A plan to stamp out animal TB

Zoonotic TB continues to remain largely hidden, posing many health risks


Consultancy wisdom

Only a giant statue of a holy cow can save India


Capital would have dreamt up another Hefner

Why someone would have created something exactly likePlayboyeven if Hugh Hefner did not exist


Facts matter even more in the post-truth age

Cynicism about facts is symptomatic not only of a cognitive crisis but of a wider moral malaise


We need to talk about AMR

Without policies to stop the worrying spread of antimicrobial resistance, the mortality rate could be disturbing


Keen contest ahead

With smaller parties fading away, Himachal Pradesh will see a polarised campaign


Benefit of doubt

As Aarushi’s parents are set free, there are troubling questions about the probe and trial


The legal message

Removing the current marital exception to rape will also have an important signalling effect


Six steps to job creation

It is crucial to align policy across sectors and upgrade the country’s social infrastructure


Crimea and punishment

An alien fruit took root in India two decades ago, sparking an export-driven boom that brought overnight prosperity to thousands of farmers. But today gherkin cultivation is in crisis, and the fingers of blame are all pointing in the direction of Crimea, reports Mohit M. Rao


Letters: Oct 12


Averting disaster

Invest in efforts to adapt to climate change even while reducing disaster risk


Regulatory upgrade

Addressing the deficiencies in the Insecticides Act, 1968


Talk it over

There is still an opportunity for Madrid and Barcelona to pull back from a confrontation


Saving child brides

Not the reasoning but the implications of the ruling on child marriage are a cause for worry