Opinion

Searching for an elusive peace

India must remain engaged with the multiple processes underway on Afghan reconciliation


Protecting the tiger’s habitat

A large number are living outside reserves, making the species vulnerable


Madras Court strikes down new phone tariffs


Full disclosure

Structural reforms are needed to bring accountability to the credit rating industry


Bittersweet judgment

The U.K. Supreme Court has made the mistake of conflating speech with conduct in the gay marriage cake case


Turn the page

Sri Lankan President Sirisena must find a way to work with Ranil Wickremesinghe


Setting a proper diet plan

To tackle malnutrition, food prices must be regulated and the PDS strengthened in both developed and poor States


A question of writ

The Sabarimala and Asia Bibi cases put the spotlight on how institutions adhere to constitutional principles


The gold standard for a Prime Minister

Jawaharlal Nehru’s greatness is that the nation often misses his empathy, intellect and competence


Car with Indian components


Four corners

Quad members still face the challengeof defining its common agenda


How Germany Feels. Blockade Terms.


Beyond ideology?

Making sense of fast-changing political developments in the run-up tothe general election


Changing trends?

A meeting of OPEC and its allies in December will decide the future course of oil prices


A reality check on cooperative federalism

It is yet to be tested on issues related to the Goods and Services Tax


See Sri Lanka’s national crisis for what it is

The Sirisena-Rajapaksa alliance has to be challenged on principles of democracy and pluralism


‘Pakistan is likely to continue its state of stable instability’

Pakistan knows what it stands against, but what it stands for remains obscure, says historian Farzana Shaikh


Amendment Bill for Assam hill State


The most inconvenient question of them all

Sometimes, reporters struggle to file stories despite having all the details


Dangerous tactics

Recent attacks suggest that Maoists are focussing on greater militarisation