A Palestinian diplomatic source contradicts earlier claims of a survivor that all the 39 workers were killed
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Shrinivasrao S Sohoni Kabul

One of the programmes dear to Prime Minister Narendra Modi is “Make in India”.

In an endeavor to gain acceptance from Tel Aviv, the report tries to maintain some equivalence between Israel and Palestine from the standpoint of display of violence
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Phil Shaw is the chief executive of Lockheed Martin India, a US-based defence and aeronautics company that has had a presence here for more than 20 years. Edited excerpts
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

For an answer to the packaged food crisis, we need look no further than our own cuisine
Ratna Raman Delhi 

Philipp von Sahr, President, BMW group India, spoke with Hardnews about the ‘Make in India’ programme and the company’s future plans in India
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Bihar politicians have dropped their effective policy approach to pander for votes among Backward classes. Will their bid to shake the BJP pay off?
Abishek Jha Patna

Hardnews spoke with Julian Christmas, a Taxation expert from UK, to find out why the country is an attractive investment destination and whether cases like Vodafone can happen there 

For Alok Singh, it is possible to considerably curb crimes on streets with little more than a smart card.

The increasingly hostile environment for journalists, sanctioned by official inaction, means muscle may win out over truth
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

There is understandable trepidation in ruling party circles after fugitive tycoon and former IPL Commissioner, Lalit Modi, began to tweet against the corrupt nexus that rules cricket
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

International relations hang in the balance of recent probes into culpability for the MH 17 travesty
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

As details of the extent of Lalit Modi’s network continue to arise, few seem safe from being found followers or friends
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi 

Greece’s rejection of stringent ECB-IMF conditions puts the EU’s economic future into question
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

The rise in militancy among Sikhs is more than a national issue; recent eruptions are testaments to resentment that has brewed since 1984, and may be strongest among those abroad
Hardnews Bureau Chandigarh 

In an interview with Hardnews, Small explains Beijing's changing relationship with Islamabad
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Mehru Jaffer Lucknow

Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

The government’s proposed legal measures regarding child labour will amount to a civilised society failing its children
Ghazala Jamil Delhi 

A mob targetted Muslims in a Faridabad village, where the poll for the sarpanch post is due. Is it yet another case of communal polarisation for politics?
Jyotsna Singh Ballabgarh 

Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

A journalist who went to Tihar Jail for ‘waging war against the Government of India’ recalls the days of the Emergency
K Vikram Rao Lucknow 

Tarun Pratap Delhi

Pradeep Kapoor Lucknow 

Like in fascist Italy, trains ran on time and government moved faster and better. Besides, there was less corruption
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi 

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Like Indira Gandhi, Putin or Erdogan, if you think that media criticism is part of a larger foreign conspiracy then your perception of democracy is flawed
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

The government’s proposed legal measures regarding child labour will amount to a civilised society failing its children
Ghazala Jamil Delhi 

Shrinivasrao S Sohoni Delhi

Ratna Raman Delhi 

Vaagisha Delhi 

Sandeep Kumar Delhi 

In an email interview, Subramanian Swamy,  Vice-president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, talks of the reasons behind the Emergency and why it can never be imposed again
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

What the imposition of the internal emergency really meant for the people and the press and how the government’s propaganda machinery worked overtime
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

The MoU between the espionage agencies of Afghanistan and Pakistan is a case of the latter showing India the finger, never mind that it flies in the face of history and logic
Vikram Sood Delhi 

Every day, there is some report or the other from troubled West Asia about the inexorable march of the Islamic State of Iraq and Sy