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
Xi Jinping intends to be the Leader of the “Second Hundred” just as Mao Zedong is regarded as the Leader of the “First Hundred”. This means the world will be dealing with President Xi Jinping for some time. It is, therefore, important to get a proper measure of the person.
The high courts and the Supreme Court routinely refuse to interfere in matters where the concerned authority has merely issued a show cause notice or granted an opportunity of being heard. This is an inviolable tenet of natural justice.
Olivia de Havilland was one of the last of the greats of Hollywood’s golden age.
If anything, the debate over cancel culture has shown us that it’s imperative to introspect on who we are when we are not performing to an audience.
As private investment and consumption settle at far lower levels than earlier anticipated, the government’s role in the economy over the next two years or so would need to be much larger than it has been in the last three decades.
While we must grapple with Covid-19, the country cannot afford to lose focus on its targets to eliminate neglected tropical diseases.
Conversion of the Hagia Sophia to a mosque has handed right-wingers in non-Muslim nations an excuse and impetus to demonise Islam
Sadhguru writes: Well, people may say the divorce rate here is low due to the social stigma associated with divorce, but definitely how marriages are arranged is also an important factor.
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
While India must pay close attention to the unfolding China debate in the US, it must also note the structural changes in American engagement with China over the last two decades.
A well-educated woman’s chances of making informed decisions and exercising greater agency in the household is monumental in breaking the cycle of poverty, ill health, as well as malnutrition.
Kalam dreamt of a developed India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been leading the people on a journey to achieve Kalam’s dream.
These institutions have not just acquiesced but also participated in the crossing of a Lakshman rekha in a manner which, either willingly or unwillingly, benefits the interests of a single political party, all the while flagrantly flouting long-standing legal precedents.
Lockdown in India decelerated the pandemic, averted lakhs of cases, saved thousands of lives. The time it provided has been utilised effectively to strengthen the health system.
The postponement of the climate COP will not delay attainment of Paris summit goals. New evidence shows it is domestic climate actions that matter
Easing the lockdown before controlling the pandemic is now stalling activity significantly below normal as the post-lockdown euphoria is ebbing
Indian Matchmaking on Netflix is that rare show that bridges the gap between the Balika Vadhu and Four More Shots viewer.
A letter from Governor evokes a sharp response from Naga rebels. Care must be taken to keep conversation going