How the new agreement signed by Pranab Mukherjee with the Swiss government will not help bring back the illicit trillions that have fled the country
Journalism is not the only broken institution in India—but restoring its moral values is an urgently necessary step toward ending a national culture of corruption
When the Home Ministry charts out changes in national security apparatus, it is time they include Indian espionage in the review
Once upon a time, the Soviet Union was a source of vicarious fascination for many Indians. Now that it’s not, remembering the time before the West was won takes on another character altogether
The government’s attempt to ram through the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, which limits damage responsibility and compensation, is egregious
Will Barack Obama be able to overturn the old framework of American Exceptionalism from its foreign policy to lay foundations for a more equitable relationship with the world?
How busting the myths of non-alignment and autonomy can shed light on Indian foreign policy
Pakistan’s crisis can’t simply be explained by religion
Amar Singh has resigned from the Samajwadi Party but his political and financial clout is far from finished
Is Twitter changing the Hindi film industry’s long-held moral code?