A new resistance in the Indian northeast could lead to the damning of the insensitive national developmental paradigm
World leaders who have recently visited India may have been here on behalf of contract-driven diplomacy, but only India can truly determine how its message is heard on the world stage
As the recent crisis shows, governance in Karnataka does not even pretend to be incorruptible; politicians have declared themselves for sale
Has the burqa become a Che Guevara-like symbol: separated from its religious meaning and co-opted into a popular cultural narrative?
The landmark job scheme should not be a testing ground for UID
What is the Thai government to do when letting democracy take its course could lead to civil war?
Eight months after an uprising of stone-pelters, little has been done to improve conditions in Kashmir—and another violent summer looms
How not to think about inflation
Too often obscured by the media’s penchant for prediction, ground realities in UP reveal the issues that truly determine results
The only ways out of the mire of business and politics are transparency and exemplary white-collar punishment