Bihar Elections: When advise stops working

For the BJP and PM Narendra Modi the Bihar elections is the biggest test post its spectacular win in the Lok Sabha elections in 2014
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Net Neutrality and an Open Internet

In recent years, the campaign to maintain citizens’ right to the Internet -- and protect them from practices that would benefit only a few – has become fierce and noisy 
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

FTII Protest: Message in the Medium

Increasing politicisation of content on the big and small screens is glaring, yet precious little noise is being made about it
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Monetary Policy: Squeezing Demand, Income and Growth for Whom?

Monetary policy exclusively focused on fighting inflation, in the contemporary Indian context, is likely to attain limited success and instead might even further squeeze growth potential
Atul Sood & Santosh Das Delhi

Mad Men (The Indian Version)

Rupa Gulab

It’s now painfully clear: the BJP and AAP firmly believe that pouring tax-payers’ money into advertising and PR is the best way to govern the country, states, Union

‘India can be one of the first countries to benefit from the Iran nuclear deal': Gholamreza Ansari

Exclusive interview with Gholamreza Ansari, Iranian Ambassador to New Delhi, who spoke on ISIS and changing equation between Israelis and Americans following the Iran nuclear deal
Sanjay Kapoor & Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Inflation Targetting is Hurting

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan’s refusal to lower rate of interest when the economy is tanking is very intriguing
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi

Yakub Memon’s hanging still leaves many questions unanswered

There is a growing belief that the criminal justice system is inclined towards the majority community
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Palestine helping India secure release of 39 abducted workers from ISIS

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