Opinion: Nitish Kumar's Mission Against Modi Appears Ready To Take OffAshutosh | Wednesday April 26, 2023
This shows that Nitish Kumar's initiative is resulting in a kind of cohesion that was missing until very recently.
Opinion: Why India's Plan To 'Take Power To The People' StumbledAnand Mathew | Wednesday April 26, 2023
Thirty years on, a fundamental shift in the way we think about the potential of local governments is direly needed.
Opinion: In Picking New Deputy, Rishi Sunak Puts A Stamp On GovernmentHarsh V. Pant | Tuesday April 25, 2023
Sunak is increasingly making it clear that he is playing a long game and, despite challenges, is unlikely to give up easily.
Book Excerpt: Why Sachin Thought His First Test Was His Last Match For IndiaSonia Singh | Monday April 24, 2023
Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest cricketers the world has ever seen.
Opinion: In 'Dahi' And Nandini, A Taste Of BJP's Catch-22 In KarnatakaSanjal Shastri | Monday April 24, 2023
For the opposition, keeping it local and focusing on the state government's performance is more likely to bring electoral rewards. One will need to wait until the May 13 to see which of the two campaigns proves to be more successful.
Blog: If And When Your Doctor Makes Way For An i-DoctorDr. Arvinder Singh Soin | Friday April 21, 2023
As I wake up with a start, burning like a furnace, iDAS (my digital assistant) calms me down. "Listen carefully A, I'm sorry to wake you up early, but you have a fever, and you need to do a few tests," he says in a confident voice.
Blog: The "Nepo Kids" Of Karnataka ElectionMaya Sharma | Thursday April 20, 2023
When Karnataka politicians say the party is like their family, they could well mean it.
Opinion: India's "Federalism Dividend" Can Soar Through InnovationDerek O'Brien | Thursday April 20, 2023
April 21 has been designated as World Creativity and Innovation Day by the United Nations. Creativity and innovation touch every aspect of human development. Innovation is not just a buzzword for Big Tech or Fortune 500 companies.
Opinion: Losing Top Lingayat Leaders May Cost BJPAmitabh Tiwari | Thursday April 20, 2023
Can Shettar's exit prove costly for the BJP in this cracker of an election? We will know on May 13.
Blog: Ours Was India's First Gay Marriage. What Is So Wrong About It?Hrishikesh Sathawane | Wednesday April 19, 2023
Gay marriages have been legal in western countries for a long time. Have those societies collapsed? What is the Centre afraid of?
Opinion: Blinkit Strike Shows Indian E-Commerce Needs A HeartPankaj Mishra | Wednesday April 19, 2023
The recent strike at Blinkit, India's 10-minute delivery platform, reflects a deeper malaise within the hyper-competitive e-commerce market in the country.
Opinion: We Are Neglecting These Two Large CountriesRajmohan Gandhi | Wednesday April 19, 2023
India, Brazil, and Nigeria clearly have much in common. Their modern stories suggest that the state of human rights in a diverse country may be strongly connected to the respect and friendship that different communities give to one another.
Opinion: Five Reasons Why An Opposition Alliance Is A No-GoVinay Sahasrabuddhe | Tuesday April 18, 2023
Unlike in the past, this khichdi being cooked for 2023-24 remains a mix of adulterated and impure ingredients. No voter would care for a dish that could harm their health.
Opinion: Simultaneous Polls - Dispelling The Myth Of "Disruption"Bibek Debroy, Aditya Sinha | Monday April 17, 2023
Indian voters are adept at considering national and regional issues concurrently, much like the simultaneous elections under discussion. Ultimately, it is the voter who holds the power to shape the future of the electoral landscape.
Blog: JD(S) Could Well Play Kingmaker AgainMaya Sharma | Saturday April 15, 2023
When former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy of the Janata Dal (Secular) mentions the BJP and the Congress - he often clubs them together and refers to them as "the national parties".