With Saudi Arabia in the firm grip of a political crisis, India and the world must prepare for a steep rise in oil prices.
Names and addresses of Aadhaar beneficiaries were publicly displayed on 210 Central and state government websites on November 19 for an unknown span of time, an RTI application has revealed.
Once at the helm of opposing China, the Manch finds itself using China as an example to keep the WTO at bay, will the government listen?
The smog that has engulfed large swathes of Northern India has effectively brought the Northern Indian Railways to a standstill
Unions are unequal in nature, Catalonia’s Independence leads to questions about how regions give more than they get
The Indian government is faced with a challenging task, that of job creation. Hardnews spoke to eminent economist Santosh Mehrotra on how the country can use existing policies to create millions of jobs.
A year after a 39-year-old perfumer was found murdered in her flat in Goa, there are several questions about the official version of the crime that have been left unanswered. What has further raised the possibility of the version being a cover-up is the fierce secrecy pervading Ghurde’s social circles. Will justice prevail?
Mumbai masterminds its floods with its uncontrolled craving for development—by converting floodplains, bottlenecking rivers and reclaiming several hectares of coastal areas
Dhwani Shah Mumbai
As migration of people from conflict-ridden areas continues in several parts of the world and is met with racism and xenophobia in the West, the world must attempt to address global inequality and poverty without generating more violence
Jyotika Teckchandani Delhi